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  • NYPA funds efficiency project at Upstate Medical University

    by Kevin Tampone



    Renovations at The State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University’s Weiskotten Hall were among a dozen energy-efficiency projects the New York Power Authority (NYPA) highlighted Friday.

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  • Army to spend $391M on more Lockheed radars

    by Kevin Tampone



    The U.S. Army will buy another 33 radar systems from defense contractor Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) for $391 million. Remaining contract options could bring the deal's total value to more than $800 million.

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  • Interest income pushes profit higher at Pathfinder

    by Kevin Tampone


    Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: PBHC) earned $529,000, or 16 cents a share, in the first quarter, up from $426,000, or 12 cents a share, a year earlier. A rise of $174,000 in net interest income drove the improved profit, according to the Oswego–based banking company.

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  • Midair USA to expand Rome operations at Griffiss

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    A worker at Midair USA in Rome paints an aircraft. The company, which overhauls planes that are then leased or sold to airlines, plans to double its hangar space in Griffiss Business and Technology Park and add 125 new jobs.ROME — Over the past six years, Midair USA, Inc. has quietly and steadily grown at Griffiss Business and Technology Park in Rome.


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  • ConMed dims outlook for 2012

    by Traci DeLore

    UTICA — After a relatively strong first quarter of profit and revenue gains, ConMed Corp. (NASDAQ: CNMD) has slightly lowered its earnings and sales forecasts for the remainder of the year on worries over lagging capital-equipment sales.


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  • Orion Bus plant to stop making buses in a year

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    Exactly how many of the 400 to 500 employees will lose their jobs is still unclear

    ORISKANY — Daimler Buses North America’s announcement April 25 that it would stop manufacturing transit buses in North America means an end to manufacturing at its Orion Bus plant in the Oneida County Industrial Park in about a year. After that, it will become a parts and service facility. 

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  • PAR Technology profit jumps in 1st quarter

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    NEW HARTFORD — PAR Technology Corp (NYSE: PAR) reported that its net earnings from continuing operations rose to $1 million, or 7 cents a share, in the first quarter from $741,000, or 5 cents per share, in the year-ago quarter. 


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  • Local company develops mobile app for golf courses

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    UTICA — The warm weather of late winter and early spring brought golfers out of hibernation, and one Utica–based company believes it has the next big thing to help golfers enjoy their game even more.


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  • Hobby Lobby boosts full-time minimum wage to $13 per hour

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    Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., which operates a store in New Hartford in the Hannaford Plaza on Commercial Drive, recently increased its minimum wage to $13 an hour for full-time employees and $9 per hour for part-time workers.


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  • Berkshire Hills’ Q1 profit rises, boosted by Rome acquisition

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    PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Nearly a year after Berkshire Hills Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: BHLB) closed on the acquisition of Rome Bancorp, the deal continues to boost earnings for the Massachusetts–based banking company.


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