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  • Cuomo has Bigger Problems than How ‘Substantive’ Chicken Wings Are

    Government overreach has been a hallmark of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s time in office, but his recent dictates surrounding forced-food purchases at bars have crossed a new line. Surely, the governor has more Read More

  • A Rising China is Here to Stay

    This is an election year, so we can expect a fresh round of China-bashing. American politicians love to use China as a punching bag; it never stops, really, but the trend accelerates when candidates a Read More

  • JESSICCA J. BACHER

    Herkimer County Community College has appointed JESSICCA J. BACHER as an advisement center specialist. She will be relocating to New Hartford for the position. Bacher graduated from Montclair State Un Read More

  • PAUL A. SPERANZA

    Shumaker Consulting Engineering and Land Surveying, D.P.C. has hired PAUL A. SPERANZA as the division manager for its Environmental Services group. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of t Read More

  • MAYA MATHEW, M.D.

    Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and Oneida Health have hired MAYA MATHEW, M.D. as medical director of the Dorothy G. Griffin Radiation Oncology Center in Oneida, part of the Roswell Park Care Read More

  • ICS

    Five new hires have joined local IT services company ICS in the Binghamton and Syracuse regions. CHRIS VANDERWERKER, a Binghamton University graduate, joined the company as central tech ops technician Read More

  • HILLARY COTE

    MMRI has hired HILLARY COTE as development associate data analyst, a new position. She will be working closely with the development team to create an improved analytics system to identify new fundrais Read More

  • CNY Tweets — August 3, 2020

    Here are some recent tweets that came across the @cnybj Twitter feed, offering small business, COVID-19, HR, and leadership tips. SBA @SBAgovThe #COVID19 pandemic has impacted millions of small busin Read More

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