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  • Answering service expands with Florida acquisition

    by Kevin Tampone

    AUBURN - Finger Lakes Business Services, Inc. wrapped up its third acquisition outside New York earlier this month and with that deal, it entered the Florida market.

    The company, an answering service firm with more than 1,300 c

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  • Peerless Press seeks buyer for business and property

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Mark Corcoran, president of Peerless Press, Inc. outside the company's office, located at 1112 E. Fayette St. in Syracuse. The company has put itself and its building and land up for sale as the business struggles to compete in a rapidly changing industry.<br /><br />SYRACUSE - Peerless Press, Inc. - an 81-year-old, family-owned printing company - has put itself and its building and land up for sale as the business struggles to compete in a rapidly changing industry.

    Peerless Press put the

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  • New Falcone director aims for more community involvement

    by CNYBJ Staff

    SYRACUSE - Entrepreneurs are an optimistic bunch, says Thomas Kruczek, new executive director of the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship at Syracuse University's Martin J. Whitman School of Management.

    Even now - in what Krucze

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  • KeyBank mortgage group aims to double volume

    by CNYBJ Staff

    John Petrus, left, producing sales manager for KeyBank's mortgage business in Central New York, meets with a couple to discuss mortgage options. During 2008, the bank added 50 new employees to its mortgage division in the Northeast. In Central New York, the mortgage division currently has seven employees and is looking to add at least two more.SYRACUSE - KeyBank is making a major push to grow its residential mortgage business throughout the country, including in the Northeast and Central New York.

    Since the start of 2008, the bank expanded its mortgage division from

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  • Hardinge continues to adjust to 'new reality'

    by CNYBJ Staff

    ELMIRA - With orders down by more than half in the fourth quarter, Hardinge, Inc. (NASDAQ: HDNG) will continue taking necessary steps in order to survive the recession, company officials say.

    Orders plummeted 51 percent in the

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  • FAA grants to go to airport improvement

    by CNYBJ Staff

    SYRACUSE - The city's Hancock International Airport won three new grants from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for improvement projects.

    The airport will spend $85,000 to conduct a wildlife management study. The study

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  • Morrow Graphics evolves as technology changes

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Daniel Morrow, left, and James Morrow, right, discuss a printed piece as it comes off one of their company's printers. Morrow Graphics provides print-on-demand service for its clients. The firm, which operates in a 12,500-square-foot building at 901 James St. in Syracuse, is a business-to-business operation and does not market to the general public. SYRACUSE - When Daniel (Dan) Morrow, president of Morrow Graphics, launched his business in 1973, he was aiming to serve architectural and engineering firms with specification drawings.

    By using offset printing (the type that

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  • Vince's Gourmet Imports gets personal, grows revenue

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Vincent Lombardi, co-owner of Vince's Gourmet Imports, replaces one of the meats in the company's deli after cutting an order for a customer. The business, co-owned by Lombardi's son-in-law Salvatore (Sam) Mondello, is an Italian-import grocery store located at 440 S. Main St. in North Syracuse.NORTH SYRACUSE - From the backroom, Vincent Lombardi heard one of his loyal customers call out to him, using his first name and seeking service at the deli.

    "We're on a first-name basis with most customers," says Lombardi. Read More

  • reVamp owner perseveres on Clinton Street

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Syracuse Mayor Matthew Driscoll, second from left, reVamp salon owner Melissa Kelly, center, David Taylor, second from right, with two salon stylists (far left, far right) celebrate the salon's ribbon cutting. reVamp is located at 325 S. Clinton St. in Armory Square.<br /><br />SYRACUSE - A new Armory Square business is another example of the old phrase - if at first you don't succeed, try, try, and try again.

    Owner Melissa Kelly opened reVamp salon at 325 S. Clinton St. on Oct. 15, 2008, after two p

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  • SBA Syracuse sees growth in Patriot Express loans

    by CNYBJ Staff

    SYRACUSE - The Syracuse district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has issued 46 Patriot Express loans totaling $4.6 million to military-service members, veterans, and their spouses since the program began in June 2007.
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