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  • Business Briefs from The CNYBJ

    by Eric Reinhardt

    Developers improve two buildings in downtown Syracuse and Utica College is cutting jobs. Hear more about these stories in this recording of "Business Briefs from The Central New York Business Journal"

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  • Renovation projects retain, attract jobs to downtown Syracuse

    by Kevin Tampone

    Renovation projects on buildings at 351 and 499 S. Warren St. are now complete, retaining 46 jobs at one company and attracting a business and eight new jobs to downtown Syracuse.

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  • Beacon Federal turns a profit in Q3

    by Kevin Tampone

    Beacon Federal Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: BFED) earned $1.4 million in the third quarter, turning around a loss of more than $8.4 million a year earlier.

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  • Utica College cuts 14 positions

    by Kevin Tampone

    In a move to trim at least $1.3 million from its 2009-2010 budget, Utica College cut 14 jobs at the school, according to a Nov. 24 letter mailed to alumni.

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  • People on the Move - MV 11/30/09

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    Oneida Financial Corp., the parent company of the Oneida Savings Bank, has added Nancy E. Ryan to its board of directors, effective Nov. 1. Ryan is the co-owner of Nunn's Hospital Supplies, Inc. and a graduate of Ladycliff College in Highland Falls. She attended SUNY Utica/Rome for post-graduate studies. Ryan will also serve on the board of Oneida Savings Bank as director and has been appointed as a trustee of Oneida Financial MHC, the mutual holding company of Oneida Financial Corp. The Oneida Financial Corp. board of directors was increased to 11 members with the addition Ryan.

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  • Burrows opens bigger plant

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    LITTLE FALLS - Burrrows Paper Corp. has opened a new manufacturing plant in Reno, Nev., replacing an older facility.

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  • Albany firm might build wind farm in Litchfield

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    LITCHFIELD - Could the town of Litchfield - population of about 1,500 - be home to a community-scale wind farm?

    That's what about 120 people came to find out at an informational meeting held Nov. 23 by Albany-based NorthWind and Power LLC.

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  • Faxton-St. Luke's to sell Centrex to N.C. firm by year-end

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    NEW HARTFORD - By the end of the year, Centrex Clinical Laboratories, Inc. will become part of a North Carolina company that operates labs across the country.

    Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare (FSLH), which owns Centrex, announced Nov. 25 that it plans to sell the lab to Laboratory Corp. of America Holdings (NYSE: LH). Headquartered in Burlington, N.C., LabCorp employs more than 28,000 people in its laboratory network with clients that include physician offices, hospitals, managed-care organizations, biotechnology companies, and pharmaceutical companies.

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  • National Structures builds business with Mohawk Valley work

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    ROME - National Structures, Inc., a 13-year-old general contractor based in the Syracuse area, has generated much of its growth over the past two years in the Mohawk Valley.

    National Structures has produced revenue of between $5 million and $10 million, on average, over the last five years, according to Dominick Madia, the company's president and founder.

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  • Utica's 257 reopens after seizure, but symbolizes disturbing state trend

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    UTICA - With bright orange signs declaring the business has been seized by the state Department of Taxation and Finance for unpaid state sales taxes, Utica's 257 Steakhouse & Saloon is a local example of a growing trend across the state - businesses closing for unpaid taxes.

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