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  • Business Briefs from The CNYBJ

    by Eric Reinhardt

    Beacon Federal Bancorp, Inc. of DeWitt reports a higher first-quarter profit, and the CEO of a Cicero company resigns. Hear details in this recording of "Business Briefs from The Central New York Business Journal," as heard on FM NewsRadio 106.9 and 570 WSYR in Syracuse.

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  • Syracuse companies cash in at Albany business plan competition

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    A Syracuse company developing ultraviolet technology to sterilize medical equipment won $50,000 in a business plan competition in Albany on Thursday.

     Helios, launched by Syracuse University students, won the $40,000 grand prize in the New York State Business Plan Competition at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University at Albany. The company also received $10,000 for winning the contest's health-care track.

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  • ConMed reports better than expected profit, revenue

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    A ConMed Corp. employee works on material at the company’s Utica location. The medical-device manufacturer produced better than expected net income and sales results in the first quarter of 2011.UTICA — ConMed Corp. (NASDAQ: CNMD) produced better than expected net income and sales results in the first quarter as the medical-device manufacturer benefitted from stronger sales of disposable products and capital-equipment products.

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  • Orthotics, prosthetics firm expands into New York State

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    Chris German, clinical director at COPC, smoothes the edges on a prosthetic socket.North Carolina–based Center for Orthotic & Prosthetic Care (COPC) has opened new locations in Binghamton and Cooperstown in an effort to expand the company’s reach into the growing New York market for health-care products and services.

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  • Letter-writing campaign results in sale of Old Forge Metals

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    VERNON — Last fall, the owner of Old Forge Metals, Inc., Hawley Scott, sent letters to other metal-crafting companies in a last-ditch effort to be able to retire from his business instead of simply shutting the doors for good.

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  • PAR taps new CEO, reports profit and revenue decline

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    NEW HARTFORD — PAR Technology Corp. has hired Paul B. Domorski as the new president and CEO to replace retiring company founder John W. Sammon, who had founded PAR Technology nearly 43 years ago.

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  • NBT Q1 profit rises slightly to $14.3M

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    NORWICH — NBT Bancorp (NASDAQ: NBTB), which ranks sixth in deposit market share in the Utica–Rome area, reported that net income rose 2.4 percent in the first quarter to $14.3 million, or 41 cents a share, as its provision for loan losses and net charge-offs declined.

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  • Oneida Financial first-quarter profit doubles

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    ONEIDA — Earnings doubled to record levels at Oneida Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: ONFC) in the first quarter as net-interest income and noninterest income rose while net-investment losses fell.

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  • People on the Move - MV - 5/2/2011

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    COMMUNICATIONS

    Cathedral Corporation has named print-industry veteran Tom Wetjen its senior vice president of business sales.

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  • Hotel Skyler readies for opening near the SU campus

    by Adam Rombel

    The exterior of Hotel Skyler at 601 S. Crouse Ave. in Syracuse. The hotel is preparing to welcome guests.SYRACUSE — After seven months of construction work, Hotel Skyler is preparing to welcome guests.

     

     

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