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  • Centolella, colleagues launch new business-law firm

    SYRACUSE — Five attorneys, who were formally part of the Bousquet Holstein PLLC law firm in Syracuse, have formed their own firm. Centolella Lynn D’Elia & Temes LLC is now operating in a 4,000- Read More

  • CPA addresses issues entrepreneurs face as startup business owners

    SYRACUSE — A partner at Dannible & McKee, LLP on Jan. 31 spoke at the Syracuse Tech Garden, addressing entrepreneurs on issues they are facing in the startup phase of their businesses. Michael Re Read More

  • What is a taxpayer to do?

    Mark Twain said, “What is the difference between a taxidermist and a tax collector? The taxidermist takes only your skin“ and Barry Goldwater reflected, “The income tax created more criminals than any Read More

  • Raising Capital Via Crowdfunding: A Step Closer to Reality

    The JOBS Act (short for Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act) became law in April 2012. One of the more controversial provisions in the JOBS Act was the creation of a new “crowdfunding” exemption from Read More

  • Michael Rotella: A Shining Example of the Entrepreneurial Spirit in Upstate N.Y.

    As entrepreneurship flourishes in upstate New York, more examples of success are popping up on the landscape. Achievement comes in many forms and is made up of many different ingredients. However, perseverance is a common theme among successful entrepreneurs. They never give up and they find a way to succeed no matter the obstacles. Michael Rotella, an upstate New York entrepreneur, is a great example of the start-up scene and epitomizes the word “perseverance.” We thought Rotella’s story was so intriguing, we asked him to tell it in the first person. Here is his story of entrepreneurial determination and success. Read More

  • Outlining the Priorities for a Final State Budget

    As  New York legislative leaders representing both the Assembly and Senate discuss and debate their goals for the upcoming state spending plan, with an April 1 deadline looming, a number of ideas have Read More

  • Another Day, Another Calamity

    Growing old can have its advantages. One is that you can shrug off the latest calamities — because you have seen so many other calamities over the years — and you know they fizzled. This makes you lo Read More

  • CXtec

    CXtec announces the hiring of Joey Cassalia, Susan Hughes, and Kelly Parker. Cassalia joins CXtec as a sales associate. Prior to joining CXtec, she was employed by Sutherland Global Services. Hughes j Read More

  • Autumn Nowey

    Plan & Print Systems has named Autumn Noweyas director of social media. She will complement her existing responsibilities in the color graphics department with development and implementation of Read More