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  • Another Football Game, Another Win for Syracuse

    by Adam Rombel

     

    This is almost getting routine. I could get used to this. The Syracuse Orange football team plays a game every Saturday and notches another win, more often than not.

    Today, Syracuse went into Cincinnati and dispatched the two-time defending Big East champion Bearcats 31-7 in yet another dominating, aggressive defensive performance to improve SU’s record to 6-2 overall and 3-1 in the conference.

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  • Business Briefs from The CNYBJ

    by Eric Reinhardt

    The quarterly profit at Anaren, Inc. rises 41 percent. Hear details in this recording of "Business Briefs from The Central New York Business Journal," as aired on NewsRadio 570 WSYR in Syracuse.

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  • MACNY PAC endorses candidates

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    BIPAC, the Business Industry Political Action Committee, announced endorsements this week in a number of state-level races in the Mohawk Valley and Southern Tier.

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  • Work begins on new eye-surgery center

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Three area ophthalmologists broke ground on a new eye-surgery center off Dart Circle in the Griffiss Business and Technology Park.

    Brothers John J. Costello, Jr. and Patrick A. Costello, along with Joseph F. Femia, will own the 12,000-square-foot building and operate the eye center as a collaborative project with Rome Memorial Hospital, which has a minority ownership interest in the center, according to a release provided by the hospital.

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  • Anaren profit jumps 41 percent in Q1

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Anaren, Inc. (NASDAQ: ANEN) earned $4.1 million in its fiscal first quarter, up 41 percent from a year earlier.

    The company, which announced its latest results Thursday, earned 28 cents a share in the period, which ended Sept. 30, up from 19 cents a share in the first quarter last year. Based in DeWitt, Anaren develops and manufactures components and subsystems for the defense and wireless-communications markets.

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  • Outsourcing firm PrimePay opens CNY office in Salina

    by Adam Rombel

     

    SALINA — PrimePay, Inc., an outsourcing arm for payroll and related business services for small- to medium-sized companies, has opened its first office in Central New York.

    The local office, which opened in April, is located in a “small space” in the Thruway Office Building at 290 Elwood Davis Rd. in Salina, says Jeff Quarfot, president of sales at West Chester, Pa.–based PrimePay, who has worked for the company since 1999.

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  • Bucket List: Evaluating Nonprofit Organizations

    by Adam Rombel

     

    Let’s assume for the purpose of this column that your organization is “terminally ill” in the face of significant uncertainty in future levels of governmental funding. What needs to be done? This assumption and the related question encourages and develops an interesting dynamic within the management team, and if you so choose, your board.

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  • New York egg production drops 1 percent in September

    by Adam Rombel

     

    Egg production on New York farms totaled 94 million eggs in September 2010, down 1
    percent from last year, according to King Whetstone, director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service, New York Field Office.

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  • Sclerotic government: Look for the (public-sector) union label

    by Adam Rombel

     

    "Look for the union label."

    Thirty years ago, this line introduced a TV-ditty underwritten by America's labor unions to encourage the public to buy domestic products fabricated by union members. Today, the words — focused on public-sector unions — serve as the theme song for sclerotic government.

     

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  • Bucket List: Evaluating Nonprofit Organizations

    by Adam Rombel

    "I have a bucket list. Do you have a bucket list?" she asked. An unexpected interchange at a wake of a mutual friend who passed too soon.

    You may recall "The Bucket List," a movie that paired Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman as terminally-ill hospital patients. They left their respective hospital beds early to complete their respective "bucket lists." That is to say, the list of things you must do before you "kick the bucket."

    Let's assume for the purpose of this column that your organization is "terminally ill" in the face of significant uncertainty in future levels of governmental funding. What needs to be done? This assumption and the related question encourages and develops an interesting dynamic within the management team, and if you so choose, your board.

     

     

    GERALD J. ARCHIBALD

    NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT

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