New York state has released another batch of companies that qualify for Start-Up NY, which offers substantial breaks in state and local taxes/fees for 10 years following acceptance into the program.
The program is run through local colleges and universities, which sponsor applications and typically host company offices following acceptance.
New Start-Up NY companies include:
University at Buffalo
• iActEx, an early-stage technology company which offers a software suite that helps companies…
The vacant Imperial Lanes bowling alley on Summer Avenue will be torn down and replaced by Planet Fitness.
Built in 1958, Imperial Lanes closed its doors in 2009, since that time the owners have unsuccessfully tried to redevelop the parcel, until now.
According to the Shelby County Register of Deeds website, Summer Avenue Partnership sold the 46,600-square-foot building to Sandd II LLC for $560,000 on Oct.
No company in business aviation has been pushing harder on new product development than Textron Aviation, something the Wichita-based company says will be highlighted as part of a large display of aircraft it has planned for the industry’s biggest event of the year.
The company says in a press release that its plans for the National Business Aviation Association annual convention next week in Orlando will include flying in and displaying its Cessna Citation Longitude business jet.
Cullen/Frost Bankers Inc.'s board this week approved a new stock buyback program of up to $100 million, after the company's stock price hit its 52-week-peak and third quarter earnings rebounded.
The San Antonio-based financial services holding company plans to buyback shares over two years either through private transactions or on the open market.
Sun Bancorp Chairman Sidney R. Brown has decided to step down as chairman of the board at Mount Laurel, New Jersey-based Sun Bancorp. Brown, 58, will continue to serve on the board.
He had been chairman since May 2013 and served as interim CEO for eight months before the bank hired Thomas M.
The Tampa Bay Business Journal held a panel discussion recently regarding overtime regulations.
Panelists included Edmund J. McKenna, Shareholder, Ogletree Deakins; Robyn Rusignuolo, Chief Legal Officer, Modern Business Associates; and Darin Haller, Director of HR Compliance, Modern Business Associates. The moderator was TBBJ Editor Alexis Muellner.
Read the first part of this Table of Experts discussion.
MCKENNA: The Obama Administration’s stated goal for the overtime regulation is to increase…