News releases from Buffalo Business First
Kaleida announces three executive leadership changes
May 11, 2021
The appointments are the next in a series of C-level shifts since CEO Bob Nesselbush took over in late 2020.
The treatments and cures of tomorrow are continuing to be developed through partnerships between college labs and private companies.
Telehealth won't go away, even if Covid-19 does
May 10, 2021
The use of telehealth, which encompasses phone, video and email interactions between providers and patients, had been scant until February 2020. That is when the Centers for Disease Control and...
In 2003, she started Raíces Theatre Company, an inclusive theater ensemble focused on works that tell Latino stories.
Get ready for Buffalo Inno, a digital media, events, data platform focused on innovation
April 29, 2021
Buffalo Inno will provide news-you-can-get-only-here by Buffalo Business First award-winning reporter Dan Miner. Learn all there is to know about Western New York's ecosystem.
Omniseq expects international growth through new cancer test
April 28, 2021
The new test uses immune profiling and molecular profiling, giving cancer doctors more data to find the right therapies and clinical trial opportunities.
In all, Forbes Capretto Homes could add 62 houses in its Birdsong Lakes hamlet within Orchard Park’s Birdsong neighborhood.
New York state raising office capacity limit next month
April 26, 2021
This nutrition professor serves on the board at FeedMore, but also spends hours stocking shelves, delivering meals and helping to triage calls from vulnerable community members.
CUBRC awarded $9.3M for new federal defense contract
April 22, 2021
The award follows a $16 million allocation last year to build a facility dedicated to hypersonics testing.
Panel of Experts: How to use Big Data analytics
April 16, 2021
Business First's panel discusses insights to help businesses and industries who want to use deep analysis of their numbers to improve overtime and impact various sectors of the economy.
Chick-fil-A may get its first site in the City of Buffalo
April 15, 2021
Laundromutt expands with second location
April 14, 2021
Roswell Park deal with BridgeBio Pharma advances early research and tech transfer opportunities
April 13, 2021
The collaboration brings funding opportunities for early research, as well as support on the commercialization side.
Voelker's owners plan to close and raze bowling alley
April 12, 2021
A pandemic-related decline in business prompted the Voelker family's decision to close the 32-lane bowling alley.
Squire Technologies' insane growth raises question: Where does Buffalo fit in its plans?
April 09, 2021
Third Gabe's location opening this summer by Boulevard Mall
April 02, 2021
Gabe's will open three Erie County locations, the national retail chain's first New York State-based stores, this summer.
The four-year-old business says beer deliveries during the pandemic have helped steer the direction of its expansion.
Planned Parenthood to move Buffalo clinic to Horizon Health site, expand abortion services
April 01, 2021
The deal will see the agency move to a smaller site, but allow an expansion of surgical abortion services in Buffalo.
Naming rights deal puts Highmark moniker front and center
March 30, 2021
It's the latest in a string of high-profile health care organizations sponsorships deals in the region.
Highmark buys naming rights for Bills Stadium
March 29, 2021
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