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April 2014

  • Paragon Environmental Construction Inc.

    Paragon Environmental Construction Inc. (PEC) announced the newest addition to its corporate portfolio, Paragon Masonry LLC, a new concrete and masonry business based in Brewerton, and has named John Read More

  • Jonathan Grutka

    Upstate Venture Connect (UVC) has appointed Jonathan Grutka as its director of growth initiatives across the upstate New York region. UVC says it is an entrepreneur-led not-for-profit helping to gro Read More

  • Lisa Iannello

    Lisa Iannello has been named interim executive director at the Norwich campus of Morrisville State College. She will also continue in her role as grant coordinator for Morrisville State. In her new Read More

  • Linda Cimino

    Binghamton University has named Linda Cimino as its new women’s basketball head coach. Cimino comes from Caldwell College (N.J.), where she was the school’s all-time leader with 128 victories as head Read More

  • Michael Motell

    GHS Federal Credit Union has promoted Michael Motell to assistant branch manager of its Court Street branch, located in downtown Binghamton. He came to GHS as a teller in 2008 and quickly was promot Read More

  • Ron Klein

    First Niagara has promoted Ron Klein to divisional sales manager. He previously was regional sales manager for First Niagara’s Central New York region. In this new role, Klein will manage the mortgage Read More

  • Digital Edition of the 4/25/14 Business Journal

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  • NSF awards Cornell $100 million in funding to continue operating CHESS lab, Schumer says

    ITHACA — The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Cornell University $100 million in funding over the next five years for its high-energy synchrotron light source (CHESS) lab. U.S. Senator Read More

  • ConMed profit, sales fall in first quarter

    UTICA — ConMed Corp. (NASDAQ: CNMD), a Utica–based surgical-device maker, today reported that its first-quarter net income fell to $8.6 million, or 31 cents per share, from $10.4 million, or 37 cents, Read More