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  • Additional hearings scheduled for NYRI project

    by Traci Gregory

    The New York State Public Service Commission has scheduled a series of public hearings on New York Regional Interconnect Inc.'s (NYRI) application to build a 190-mile power transmission line across much of upstate New York.

    The

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  • Lockheed tactical vehicles reach testing milestone

    by CNYBJ Staff

    OWEGO - Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) said today its first two Joint Light Tactical Vehicle prototypes have successfully completed 25,000 combined miles of testing.

    More than half of those miles have been conducted in off-road si

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  • SEC charges Penn Traffic with fraud

    by CNYBJ Staff

    SYRACUSE - The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged The Penn Traffic Co. with accounting fraud involving millions of dollars.

    The complaint, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, al

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  • Two plead guilty in scheme to defraud SUNY Upstate

    by CNYBJ Staff

    SYRACUSE - Two men have pleaded guilty to larceny for their roles in an alleged conspiracy to steal more than $118,000 from the State University of New York Upstate Medical University.

    Dennis Clavelli and Scott Rivenburgh both

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  • Army orders more radar systems from Lockheed

    by CNYBJ Staff

    SALINA - Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) announced today the U.S. Army has exercised contract options for 12 new radar systems worth $152 million.

    The system, the Enhanced AN/TPQ-36 Counterfire Target Acquisition radar, is a major

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  • InBev shareholders OK acquisition of Anheuser-Busch

    by CNYBJ Staff

    InBev (Euronext: INB) shareholders today approved the acquisition of St. Louis, Mo.-based Anheuser-Busch Cos., Inc. (NYSE: BUD) for $70 per share.

    Anheuser-Busch operates a plant that employs 940 people at 2885 Belgium Road in

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  • NFIB disappointed with veto of health insurance bill

    by CNYBJ Staff

    The state director of the National Federation of Independent Business is unhappy with Gov. David Paterson's veto on Friday of a bill that would have expanded the Healthy NY insurance program.

    The legislation would have helped

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  • NFIB disappointed with veto of health insurance bill

    by CNYBJ Staff

    The state director of the National Federation of Independent Business is unhappy with Gov. David Paterson's veto on Friday of a bill that would have expanded the Healthy NY insurance program.

    The legislation would have helped

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  • Endicott Interconnect in hiring mode

    by CNYBJ Staff

    ENDICOTT - Seeking to keep up with its rapid growth, Endicott Interconnect Technologies, Inc., (EI) plans to boost its work force by at least 150 people by the end of the year.

    On top of hiring new employees, EI is making the b

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  • Keystone Associates eyes Delaware County expansion

    by CNYBJ Staff

    A member of the Keystone surveying team at work. Keystone Associates, LLC of Binghamton recently acquired the records from David J. Beers Land Surveying in Hancock. Keystone will use the records to boost its efforts to expand its business into Delaware and Sullivan counties.<br /><br /><br /><br />BINGHAMTON - With land-surveying records from a now defunct Delaware County firm in hand, architectural, engineering, and surveying firm Keystone Associates, LLC, hopes to expand its business in Delaware and Sullivan counties.

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