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  • Excellus requests rate increases

    by Kevin Tampone


    Excellus BlueCross BlueShield has asked New York state for permission to increase premiums on many of its community-rated health-insurance products because of rising costs.

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  • Gearcor opens retail store

    by Traci Delore

    The interior of Gearcor, Inc.’s latest showroom, in its newest Johnson City location.JOHNSON CITY — Unlike many retailers, that started out with a brick-and-mortar store before adding an online venue, Gearcor, Inc. began online in 2003 as a place to buy footwear and other gear for heavy work and expanded upon its online success by opening a retail store in Johnson City this June.


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  • Hardinge joins key index, highlighting its rebound

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    ELMIRA — Hardinge, Inc.’s recent inclusion in the Russell 2000 Index of U.S. stocks is not only a nice feather in the manufacturer’s cap, but also further evidence that the company is rebounding strongly from the recession, according to one investor.


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  • Summary of upstate reactions to Supreme Court ruling on health-care reform law

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    Health care, political, and interest group leaders in the upstate New York market responded quickly after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld nearly all of the 2010 federal health-care reform law on Thursday, June 28, including the individual mandate.


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  • The CommuniKey wins BLDC-EAP Business Plan Competition

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    BINGHAMTON — The CommuniKey is this year’s winner of the BLDC-EAP Business Plan Competition.


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  • Couple starts video-production, tech-support business

    by Traci DeLore

    Joshua Williams, co-owner of Tx3, filming at a marina. The startup business does more than just teach people how to use their digital recorders. Along with that educational component, Tx3 also provides installation and video-production services. BINGHAMTON — Do you need help hooking up your cable box or your stereo, or just want someone to show you how to use your TiVo?


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  • Moneyball Lessons: Can They Be Applied to your Business?

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    There is a line in the book, “Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game,” that raises a red flag for anyone working in HR or — for that matter — anyone who has ever had to hire an employee. Author Michael Lewis asks: “… if gross miscalculations of a person’s value could occur on a baseball field, before a live audience of 30,000, and a television audience of millions more, what does that say about the measurement of performance in other lines of work? If professional baseball players could be over- or under-valued, who couldn’t?”


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  • People On the Move - GB - 7/2/2012

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    ARCHITECTURE

    Keystone Associates Architects, Engineers and Surveyors, LLC, announced that that Aaron Perelstein has joined the firm as a designer. His duties include CADD drafting and design, BIM, 3D modeling, animation, and photography.

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  • Region receives funding for sustainability planning

    by Kevin Tampone



    A coalition of Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego, and Schoharie counties, towns, and organizations received a $1 million grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to create a comprehensive growth plan for regional sustainability.

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  • WIB receives grant to train former female inmates

    by Kevin Tampone



    The Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer, Madison & Oneida Counties in Utica received a $1.5 million U.S. Department of Labor grant to provide employment and support services for previously incarcerated females as they transition back into their communities.

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