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  • Business Briefs from The CNYBJ

    by Eric Reinhardt

    National Grid plans to eliminate 1,200 management and administrative positions, and OSHA proposes fines against a DeWitt manufacturer. Hear details in this recording of "Business Briefs from The Central New York Business Journal," as aired on FM NewsRadio 106.9 and 570 WSYR in Syracuse. 

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  • Construction firm’s archery business on target so far

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    Archery participants aim at the targets at Insight Archery, Inc. in Binghamton. The business employs two full-time bow technicians who are also certified instructors, and two part-time employees.BINGHAMTON — When spaced opened up in his building, Franklin Jones, Jr. opted to turn a long-time hobby of his into a business instead of leasing the space to someone else.

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  • ENSCO to get boost from $1.5 million Naval contract

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    ENSCO employees work on a project together. The company won a $1.5 million contract to integrate ENSCO’s Tactical Synthetic Vision System (TSVS) as a three-dimensional acoustic display for the Multistatic Active Coherent Program with the Naval Air Systems Command.ENDICOTT — A new, two-year naval contract will create two new jobs and sustain four engineering positions in the Endicott office of ENSCO, Inc., a Virginia–based engineering firm.

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  • Norwich financial planner to open Rome office

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    NORWICH — After buying a house near Delta Lake, Joseph Gunther knew nearby Rome would be the perfect spot to open a third location for his Norwich–based financial-planning business, Joseph A. Gunther, Certified Financial Planner.

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  • Westover power plant to close temporarily

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    AEE2, LLC’s Westover plant, located in Union. The plant will close for six months starting in March.UNION — AEE2, LLC will close down its Westover plant, which employs 37 people, on March 18 for six months, according to a letter from the energy provider to the New York Public Service Commission (PSC).

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  • New York, CNY manufacturers report business improvement

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    New York manufacturers say they are seeing improving business conditions, with rising new orders and sales, leading to plans to boost capital spending and hiring.

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  • Works In Progress

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    Welcome to the 2011 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 2010 accomplishments and outlook for 2011. Businesses and organizations also submitted photographs to spotlight their achievements and plans under way.
    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 2011 and what they accomplished last year.            

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  • People on the Move - GB - 01/31/2011

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    BANKING & FINANCE

    NBT Bancorp, Inc. has appointed F. Sheldon Prentice an executive officer of the company.

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  • DeWitt manufacturer faces OSHA fines

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Oberdorfer, LLC in DeWitt for 28 alleged violations of workplace health and safety standards.

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  • Profit slips in fourth quarter at Wilber Bank

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Profit at Wilber Corp. (NYSE Amex: GIW) fell 47 percent in the fourth quarter to $1.06 million, or 10 cents a share.

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