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  • AAA highlights coach buses in Syracuse stop

    by Rick Seltzer



    AAA Western and Central New York visited the Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park this morning to highlight two motor coaches it acquired last year.

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  • Bonuses decline on Wall Street

    by Kevin Tampone



    This year’s bonus season on Wall Street will yield less money for securities industry employees, according to a new estimate from Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

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  • Consumer confidence increases Upstate in February

    by Kevin Tampone



    Consumer confidence rose in upstate New York in February, contrasting with the state as a whole, where confidence levels did not change from last month.

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  • Work on new hotel to start this week in Armory Square

    by Kevin Tampone


    Construction will start Thursday on a new seven-story hotel in downtown Syracuse’s Armory Square.

    The $30 million, 180-room building will house a combined Marriot Courtyard and Residence Inn. The hotel’s developer, The Inns at Armory Square, LLC, closed financing for the project with M&T Bank on Friday.

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  • Excellus CEO retiring at end of 2012

    by Rick Seltzer



    The CEO of Excellus BlueCross BlueShield and its parent company plans to retire at the end of the year. David Klein has been CEO of the companies since 2003.

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  • Gear Motions grows with acquisition, joint venture

    by Kevin Tampone



    A Solvay–based gear manufacturer and designer has expanded its reach by acquiring a Buffalo company and entering a joint venture with a local engineering-consulting firm.

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  • HSBC profit climbs in 2011

    by Kevin Tampone


    Pre-tax profit rose 15 percent to nearly $22 billion at HSBC Holdings plc in 2011, the banking company announced today. Earnings per share totaled 92 cents, up 26 percent.

    HSBC’s U.S. arm has a major presence in the Syracuse, Utica, and Binghamton markets, but those branches are due to be sold to Buffalo–based First Niagara Financial Group in May.

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  • SBA in Syracuse launches 2012 e200 program

    by Kevin Tampone



    The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) kicked off its second consecutive Syracuse Emerging Leaders initiative (e200) this morning.

    The SBA is now recruiting small business owners to take part in the 2012 program in Syracuse, which aims to help established small businesses grow. The program runs from April through November and exposes participants to about 100 hours of training.

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  • Hardinge Q4 sales, profit surge and firm expects strong 2012

    by Traci DeLore


    ELMIRA — Hardinge, Inc. (NASDAQ: HDNG) reported that sales rose 11 percent and net income jumped 69 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011 from the year-ago period as the machine-tool market recovered and it boosted sales to North America.


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  • Binghamton lost 900 construction jobs since 1990, according to AGC

    by Journal Staff


    Construction employment in the Binghamton area has declined 20 percent since peaking in 1990, according to information released Feb. 14 by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) at a news conference in Syracuse.


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