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  • Survey: 34 percent of Syracuse business leaders expect better conditions in 2012

    by Rick Seltzer



    Most Syracuse–area business leaders believe business conditions in 2012 will either improve or stay the same as last year, according to a new survey.

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  • Brand-Yourself named a finalist for SXSW event

    by Kevin Tampone


    Syracuse–based startup Brand-Yourself is one of 56 finalists in the fourth annual SXSW Accelerator program.

    Accelerator is part of the SXSW Interactive Festival, the technology focused piece of the sprawling annual SXSW event, which also covers film and music. The events will all take place in March in Austin, Texas.

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  • Venture event seeks applicants

    by Kevin Tampone



    The 2012 Venture Forum, a partnership between the Center for Economic Growth (CEG) SmartStart UNYTECH program and Western New York’s Bright Forum, is looking for companies to present to potential investors at an event in May.

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  • St. Joseph’s ready to open emergency services building

    by Kevin Tampone



    St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center prepared to open a new emergency services building by holding a ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony this morning.

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  • New disaster-recovery service takes on flooding, other cleanups

    by Traci DeLore

    BINGHAMTON — Southern Tier residents and businesses still looking to clean up from last fall’s flooding now have a new option in Flood Pros of New York, a disaster-recovery business that opened in Binghamton in November.


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  • N.Y. manufacturers’ business conditions improve again in January

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    New York manufacturers reported improving business conditions in January, including increasing orders and higher selling prices, according to a survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.


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  • NBT profit slips in 4th quarter, but annual net income rises

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    NORWICH — NBT Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: NBTB) closed out 2011 with the second-highest annual earnings in the company’s history, but saw its earnings slip in the fourth quarter.


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  • Coughlin & Gerhart opens consolidated Bainbridge office

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    BAINBRIDGE — Coughlin & Gerhart, L.L.P. has combined its Afton and Unadilla branches into one new location at 29 N. Main St. in Bainbridge in the former offices of attorney David DeClue.


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  • Business-to-business predictions

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    Welcome to the 2012 edition of The Greater Binghamton Business Journal’s Works In Progress feature. 

    Every year, we yield the floor to the businesses and nonprofit organizations we cover in order to obtain a snapshot of the local business scene.

    The information listed here was compiled and edited from forms that companies and nonprofits completed to showcase their 2011 accomplishments and outlook for 2012. Businesses and organizations also submitted photographs to spotlight their achievements and plans under way. 

    In summary, the data provided by the 39 respondents indicates that of the 32 for-profit companies, eight, or 25 percent, said they are planning to hire in 2012.Limited space did not allow us to publish even close to all of the initiatives companies and nonprofits are pursuing, nor include more than a fraction of the photos. Again, this feature is but a snapshot of the many activities that firms are undertaking. Take a look around to see where your clients and competitors expect to be in 2012 and what they accomplished last year.  


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  • People on the Move - GB - 1/30/2012

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    CONSTRUCTION

    Keystone Associates Architects, Engineers and Surveyors, LLC has announced that Garri R. Webb has joined the firm as senior construction manager.

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