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  • Cowork Binghamton set to open Oct. 2

    by Nicole Collins


    BINGHAMTON — Cowork Binghamton, a new office-sharing space for creative professionals located in the newly renovated Lackawanna Train Station in downtown Binghamton, will hold its soft opening on Wednesday, Oct. 2. 

     

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  • Poll: NY voters support casino-gaming amendment, based on ballot language

    by Eric Reinhardt


    More than half of New York voters surveyed said they would vote to approve an amendment to the state constitution that would allow construction of non-Indian, Las Vegas–style casinos in New York, based on the ballot language.

    A new Siena College Poll of New York voters released today found 55 percent said they would approve it, compared to 42 percent who said they would not.

    Respondents replied to a question that provided the specific wording of the amendment on the ballot in November.

     

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  • NBT Bancorp names Hyle chief risk officer

    by Journal Staff


    NORWICH — NBT Bancorp (NASDAQ: NBTB) recently promoted Shauna Hyle to senior vice president and chief risk officer. In this position, she will oversee the banking company’s audit, compliance, and loan-review areas. 

     

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  • NY AG announces nearly $5 million employee-payment settlement with National Grid

    by Eric Reinhardt

     

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a nearly $5 million settlement with National Grid, which “failed to properly pay” its New York workers as required under state and federal law in the months after Hurricane Sandy.

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  • Victoria’s Secret opens Pink store at Destiny USA

    by Eric Reinhardt

     

    Destiny USA today announced that Victoria’s Secret, the largest American retailer of lingerie, has opened a stand-alone Pink store on the facility’s first level.

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  • Mohawk Valley EDGE names two new board members

    by Journal Staff

     

    The board of directors of the Mohawk Valley EDGE recently elected Dr. Robert Geer, who is acting president of SUNYIT, and Chris Papayankos, who is SVP and commercial executive for Berkshire Bank, to fill vacant seats on the EDGE board.

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  • Laci’s Tapas Bar owners help other female entreprenuers expand their businesses

    by Angie N. Toribio

    SYRACUSE — Cindy Seymour and Laura Serway, known for their popular eatery and night spot Laci’s Tapas Bar, have another venture aimed at helping other female entrepreneurs in the Syracuse area to experience success.

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  • Bonadio Group to merge with Buffalo CPA firm

    by Adam Rombel

    The Bonadio Group, upstate New York’s largest independent CPA firm, has agreed to merge with Gaines Kriner Elliott LLP (GKE), Buffalo’s 11th-largest accounting firm.

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  • POMCO Group expands service offerings into western states

    by Eric Reinhardt

    Also boosts local hiring for NY State of Health marketplace 

    SYRACUSE — POMCO Group, a third-party administrator of self-funded health-care and risk-management plans, recently announced it will be expanding its geographic reach in the West while also boosting hiring locally.

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  • NY state awards research funding to 10 SUNY campuses

    by Eric Reinhardt

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo today announced the state is awarding research funding to seven projects that involve 10 campuses of the State University of New York (SUNY).

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