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  • Comfort Systems USA division launches upstate offices

    by CNYBJ Staff

    DeWITT - Comfort Systems USA Energy Services opened three upstate New York offices in January, including one in the Syracuse area.

    Comfort Systems USA is a major national heating, ventilation, and cooling company headquartered

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  • Move adds opportunities for The Image Press

    by CNYBJ Staff

    The Image Press owners Lonnie Dahl, left, and Christopher Arnone, right, surrounded by the large-scale printers in their new location at 6663 Daedalus Drive in Cicero.CICERO - The Image Press is now under one roof after relocating its expanded operation to a 33,600-square-foot facility at 6663 Daedalus Road in Cicero two months ago. Company leaders say the move is enabling the business to pursue several avenues to

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  • Upstate bank shares hold up well in tough 2008 climate

    by CNYBJ Staff

    SYRACUSE - Despite a year that sent shares of many of the nation's largest banks plunging, some upstate New York banks were able to post positive returns for their shareholders in 2008.

    Shares of Citigroup, Inc. (NYSE: C) began

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  • Corning Inc. to cut 3,500 jobs globally as profit falls

    by CNYBJ Staff

    CORNING - Corning Inc. (NYSE: GLW) announced Jan. 27 plans to cut 3,500 employees, or 13 percent of its global work force, by the end of the year, as demand for glass used in flat-screen televisions continues declining.

    The re

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  • McQuay asks some of Auburn workers to take voluntary leave

    by CNYBJ Staff

    AUBURN - McQuay International is asking about 60 of the 480 employees at its Auburn plant to go on a voluntary, 90-day leave, beginning in mid-February due to a lack of orders, the company announced Jan. 23.

    When asked whether

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  • UPS surveys: Small businesses optimistic amid tough times

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Most of the nation's small-business owners are still optimistic about their company's financial future despite the weakening economy, according to the results of two surveys UPS (NYSE: UPS) released Jan. 21.

    TNS Media Intellig

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  • Har-Rob Fire Apparatus settles into new home

    by CNYBJ Staff

    A Har-Rob Fire Apparatus Service & Sales, Inc. employee works on a fire truck in one of the work bays at the company's new location at 5089 Whirlybird Lane in DeWitt. DeWITT - After more than 25 years of operation at 519 Liberty St. in Syracuse, Har-Rob Fire Apparatus Service & Sales, Inc. needed a larger space.

    The Liberty Street location was no longer meeting the company's needs, says Mic

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  • T. Gschwender plans expansion

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Bharpur (Bo) Singh, president and owner of consulting firm T. Gschwender & Associates, Inc. The firm is looking to expand its footprint beyond New York and also plans to add new services in the future.DeWITT - Consulting firm T. Gschwender & Associates, Inc. is looking to expand its footprint beyond New York and plans to add new services in the future as well.

    The company provides evaluation of loan portfolios and risk analy

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  • Earnings rise for M&T, but miss estimates

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Despite a three-month period that battered banks across the country, profit at M&T Bank Corp. (NYSE: MTB) actually rose during the final quarter of 2008.

    The holding company for M&T Bank earned $102 million in the fourth quarte

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  • Survey: Buyer's market will continue in business M&A

    by CNYBJ Staff

    A recent national survey of those on the frontline of business sales and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) finds respondents expecting the continuation of difficult economic times and a buyer's market for business deals in 2009.

    T

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