Welcome to Business Journal News Network

April 24, 2017
My Account | Login |

        

  • Upstate loses fewer construction jobs than other regions

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Although upstate New York regions lost construction, mining, and logging jobs between July 2008 and July 2009, the declines were smaller than in some other areas of the country, according to new data.

    The numbers from the Burea

    Read More

  • Sensis collision prevention system running at Newark airport

    by CNYBJ Staff

    DeWITT - Another airport is now using a Sensis Corp. system to help prevent potential runway collisions.

    The DeWitt-based company announced today that Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey is using its Airport Surf

    Read More

  • State comptroller says local sales tax revenues down in 2009

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Compared to the same period in 2008, local sales tax revenues across New York were down 8.9 percent, or $640 million, for the first seven months of 2009.

    New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released an analysis of sales

    Read More

  • Binghamton University yields $750M economic impact

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Binghamton University students and their families <br /><br />unload their belongings from their vehicles on move-in day.BINGHAMTON - The economic impact of Binghamton University goes beyond the $463 million spent in Broome and Tioga counties by the university, students, and visitors in 2008, according to the school.

    From spending money at a pizz

    Read More

  • More Empire Zone changes on the way

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Beginning Sept. 1, qualified Empire Zone businesses will no longer receive an upfront exemption on the state sales tax.

    Instead, qualified businesses will have to pay the sales tax just like any other business and then apply fo

    Read More

  • Empower to merge with Southern Tier credit union

    by CNYBJ Staff

    The merger with Telco will bring Empower's membership to more than 85,000.SYRACUSE - Empower Federal Credit Union plans to merge with Telco Federal Credit Union of Elmira as of Nov. 1.

    The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), the federal government agency that insures credit union member depo

    Read More

  • Action Cos. sets aggressive business goal

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Jacob Grant Wright, president and co-founder of Action Development, Inc., looks over a set of plans with Heidi Hackett, regional sales and marketing director. SYRACUSE - Declining occupancy and room rates in recent years haven't prevented the leader of a local developer from planning to open dozens of new hotels in the coming years.

    Jacob Grant Wright, president and co-founder of Act

    Read More

  • Broome County to add more hybrid electric buses

    by CNYBJ Staff

    Passengers get on a city bus in downtown Binghamton.  Broome County is planning to purchase up to seven hybrid electric buses.BINGHAMTON - More than $4 million in federal stimulus funding will allow Broome County to upgrade its bus fleet and make it a little greener.

    "We are planning on purchasing up to seven hybrid electric buses," says George Bagnet

    Read More

  • Survey: Independent agents satisfied with carriers

    by CNYBJ Staff

    DeWITT - Independent agents say they're generally satisfied with the performance of their property-casualty insurance carriers.

    That's according to the latest industry index on carrier performance from the Independent Insuranc

    Read More

  • Insurance industry prepares for new disclosure rules

    by CNYBJ Staff

    The New York State Insurance Department plans to adopt new rules governing pay disclosure for insurance professionals by the end of the year.

    The new rules have their roots in a joint investigation between the department and th

    Read More

BUSINESS JOURNAL NEWS NETWORK

 

subscribe  |  log in



Back To Top^