Earnings were up significantly year-over- year, Corning Inc. said in releasing its first-quarter 2013 report Wednesday.
Ending months of hopeful speculation, Corning Inc. has decided to locate its new heavy-duty diesel facility in the Town of Erwin, an investment of more than $200 million that could bring 250 jobs to the greater Corning area.
The Arc of Steuben has named Amy Lewis-Nolton as the Associate of the Month for April.
The Belden plant in Horseheads will be closing by the end of the year, with at least 123 employees losing their jobs.
The Salvation Army thrift store on Pulteney Street in Corning has closed its doors, but the business hopes to re-open soon in a new location.
Arc of Steuben officials announced Monday that Terry Bedard, a direct care associate at the Hamilton Street residence, has been named the Associate of the Month for March.
Stork Insurance Agency, a member of 3S Agencies, Inc., has been named to the Kemper Inner Circle of Independent Agents, an exclusive group of 262 independent insurance agencies countrywide.
After meeting several social responsibility and business requirements, John W. Taggart and Son Insurance, is now authorized to offer the popular insurance program in Bath, NY.
The Arc of Steuben has chosen Kristin Kashmer as associate of the month for February.
Kashmer, who works in supportive employment, was nominated because she helped fill in when another person in her department needed to take time off due to health issues.
The Arc of Steuben announced that Mark Failing and Corey Krisher have been named Instructors of the Month for February.
Gorilla Glass is the fastest-growing business in Corning Inc.’s history and its sales could more than double over the next several years, company Chairman, President and CEO Wendell Weeks said February 8.
Corning Inc.’s latest version of Gorilla Glass likely won’t hit the market until the second half of the year, the company said Tuesday, January 8.
Soon, demolition will become construction.
Sometime after the holidays, probably in mid-January, the $64 million expansion wing at the Corning Museum of Glass - which broke ground this spring - will hit that turning point.
If Corning Inc. decides to build locally, the company’s new diesel facility would represent an investment of $219 million and would create 250 to 300 new jobs with an average annual wage of $66,000.
The Arc of Steuben announced the Associate of the Month, Jeanne Leonard. In her position in the Arc’s CARE Services clinic, she was recognized for her efficiency, organization, dependability, caring and thoughtfulness.
Local Business news from The Courier's September 2, 2012 issue.
Five Star Bank, an affiliate of Warsaw-based Financial Institutions, Inc. (NASDAQ – FISI), completed its purchase of four HSBC Bank USA, National Association retail branch locations recently in Orleans and Chemung counties in Upstate New York.
Local Business Briefs from The Courier's August 26, 2012 issue.
A perfect record for Alstom with the MBTA is good news for Maple City workers.
Weighing Bombardier’s bid of $1.54 billion against Alstom’s $1.72 billion offer, the Bay Area Rapid Transit board of directors opted against Alstom’s higher American content Thursday, May 17, and voted the rail car contract to Bombardier.