Deborah Lynn Blumberg
By Deborah Lynn Blumberg
New labor bill threatens America’s entrepreneurial spirit
My great-great-grandfather Benjamin Gertz left Russia in the late 1800s to escape antisemitism. In New York, he grew a stationary shop into a dry-goods store and then a major department store, Gertz, headquartered in Jamaica, Queens. As a business owner myself, I like to think I inherited my entrepreneurial spirit from my great-great-grandpa. But while…
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