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  • Business Briefs from The CNYBJ

    by Eric Reinhardt

    Wireless Grids announces a partnerships with a local biomass-energy company, and Mohawk Valley Community College wins a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. Hear details in this recording of "Business Briefs from The Central New York Business Journal," as aired on NewsRadio 570 WSYR in Syracuse.

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  • Kionix CEO wins Ernst & Young award

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Gregory Galvin, founder, president, and CEO of Ithaca-based Kionix, Inc., is one of the 2010 winners of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year awards for Upstate New York, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
    Galvin and five other winners were revealed at an event June 18 in Pittsburgh. They were chosen from a pool of 18 finalists.

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  • MVCC receives $2.8 million grant for worker training

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Mohawk Valley Community College received a $2.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to help prepare workers for careers in cyber security.

    Part of the fifth and final round of Community-Based Job Training Grant awards, the money is part of $125 million awarded to 41 community colleges and organizations.

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  • Oneida County Tourism launches new website

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    The visitors and tourists that spend $951 million a year in Oneida County now have a new way to plan their next trip.

    Trainor Associates of New Hartford designed a new website to help visitors plan trips to the region. It targets regional, national, and international visitors and tourists with an interest in Oneida County.

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  • Wireless Grids, Summerhill Biomass partnering on pilot project

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Wireless Grids Corp. and Summerhill Biomass Systems announced a partnership today involving smart-grid technology.

    Wireless Grids will deploy its software product for automated control of Summerhill's biomass energy systems at several locations in New York. The product will allow Summerhill's systems to be managed and share information through mobile devices.

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  • Upstate Medical University eyes acquisition of Community General

    by Kevin Tampone

    SYRACUSE - The State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees announced Tuesday that Upstate Medical University is considering acquiring Community General Hospital. And the SUNY Board says it supports the move if current analysis shows it would benefit the institution.

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  • Business Briefs from The CNYBJ

    by Eric Reinhardt

    SUNY Upstate Medical University is in talks to possibly acquire Community General Hospital, and a Cortland County firm acquires a neighboring Internet-service provider. Hear details in this recording of "Business Briefs from The Central New York Business Journal," as aired on NewsRadio 570 WSYR in Syracuse.

     

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  • Consulting firm acquires Cortland web hosting company

    by Adam Rombel

     

    Plan First Technologies of Homer, a computer and network consulting firm, has acquired Odyssey Networks of Cortland.

    Odyssey has been providing Internet service and web hosting in the Cortland area since 1995. Plan First launched in 2006 and provides computer and network services for business clients throughout Central New York.

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  • Binghamton University develops online forensic health program

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Binghamton University's Decker School of Nursing and the school's Office of Continuing Education and Outreach have created an online forensic health certificate program, the school announced Monday.

    The program is aimed at providing training for health-care professionals on how to serve as liaisons between law and medical science, the school said in a news release.

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  • Women business owners in survey feeling more confident

    by Kevin Tampone

     

    Women business owners in a new survey released today were increasingly optimistic about the overall economy's prospects.

    The Key4Women Confidence Index launched in April 2009 and since then has shown a steady increase in optimism, with about 60 percent of women business owners surveyed now saying they believe business conditions will improve in the next six months. That compares to 48 percent who expected improvement a year earlier.

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