Celebrity Business mogul Donald Trump energized an Onondaga County Republican crowd during a visit Tuesday night. Trump covered a wide range of issues...but said little about the topic everyone wanted to hear.
Veterans and active members of the military will gather for workshops and networking next week in hopes of getting tools they need to start their own business. The Small Business Administration’s 7th Annual "Operation: Start Up and Grow" conference will be held March 20th at Onondaga Community College.
Cathy Pokines is Deputy District Director at the SBA.
Pokines says that foundation is designed to help veterans who already seem to be a natural fit for starting a business.
The leader of one of the nation's most prestigious universities will depart next year to head the world's largest museum and research complex. David Skorton will be relocating to Washington D.C. in July 2015 to lead the Smithsonian Institution. His appointment was approved by a vote of the Smithsonian Board of Regents on March 9. In a news release, Chair of Cornell's Board of Trustees Robert Harrison has nothing but praise for Skorton:
When New Yorkers agree to buy a car or something on the internet…or pay up front to have some service or repair done, they expect to get what they pay for. But people made more than 19,000 complaints to state consumer protection about consumer frauds. And topping the Top 10 Consumer Fraud list statewide were problems buying over the internet and shady dealings buying, leasing or fixing a vehicle. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman reports our
The newly minted G-O-P hopeful for governor made clear distinctions between himself and Governor Cuomo in a visit to Syracuse today. Rob Astorino entered the race Wednesday. He believes most people would come to the conclusion that New York is ‘losing.’