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January

  • Cuomo Calls Federal Tax Law Economic Civil War but Fails to Show Facts

    In his recent State of the State address, Gov. Cuomo called the recently passed federal tax reform bill “economic civil war” that will raise New Yorkers’ property taxes and income taxes. Unfortunately Read More

  • Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC

    ALONZO BERTRON and JACK HARMATUK, of Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC, have been named senior associates. Bertron has been promoted to senior associate in the Tax Department. He started with the Read More

  • The Hayner Hoyt Corporation

    The Hayner Hoyt Corporation has promoted GUS HERNANDEZ to chief operating officer. He started with the company as an intern in 2005 and steadily worked his way up from a project engineer to a project Read More

  • CHRISTINA FEARON, RN

    CHRISTINA FEARON, RN has joined the Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) Vascular Surgery Group. She previously worked as a registered nurse in the Special Care and Intensive Care Units at the St. Eliza Read More

  • MIKE KERR “MCCABE”

    Cayuga Radio Group announced it has named MIKE KERR “MCCABE” as its new brand manager for Z95.5 in Ithaca. He is replacing Gabe Carrillo, who was promoted to the company’s Energy 106.9 station in Milw Read More

  • JAMES J. DRISCOLL

    Cushman Wakefield/Pyramid Brokerage Company has hired JAMES J. DRISCOLL as an associate real-estate broker in its Syracuse office. He has been in the real-estate business as a licensed broker for more Read More

  • CoveyCS

    CoveyCS has promoted RANDY HOCH to senior software developer. He has been with the company since 2015. NICK LETOSKY has been promoted to principal software developer. He has been with CoveyCS for more Read More

  • PAM MUSTEE

    Quadsimia has hired PAM MUSTEE as the firm’s new relationship manager. She brings more than 13 years of experience in the field of public relations, as well as a vast knowledge of social-media marketi Read More

  • Cooperatives Rising: The Spark and Push

    Democratically owned and operated businesses are still a relatively little understood segment of the economy in Central New York. But with initiatives underway statewide, the potential for employee-ow Read More