Albany Business Review At first blush, the stats say manufacturing doesn’t run the economy in New York’s Capital Region. State government is an anchor. Health care
Syracuse.com WASHINGTON – Lockheed Martin Corp.’s plant in Salina is a strong performer that is well-positioned to stay in business for the foreseeable future, U.S.
Empire State Development (ESD) announced today that, through Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) initiative, the first five regions across New York State were awarded funding to launch Innovation Hot Spot programs. A new facet of the REDC initiative in 2013, the Innovation Hot Spots Competition is designed to make New York State a leader in growing new technology based companies by attracting venture capital and industry-sponsored research spending. The Hot Spots will foster innovation by offering start-ups valuable business support services to help commercialize academic research and promote further collaboration between business and academia.
Times Union Beech-Nut said Monday morning it has completed the sale of its former manufacturing plant in downtown Canajoharie. The purchaser was described only as
Corning Inc. has received a $30 million federal tax credit package from the U.S. Departments of Energy and Treasury to build U.S. capabilities in clean
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Production in Innovation Economy (PIE) commission isn’t satisfied with how the United States is commercializing innovation and supporting manufacturing. Although America still has deep reserves of innovation capacity, decades of decline in our manufacturing base have made it difficult for companies to bring new products and technologies to market.
At September conference, the PIE commission summarized its findings, offered recommendations, and asked tough questions that require answers from more than just manufacturers. After collecting data and conducting hundreds of interviews with industry leaders, MIT faculty members explained how the U.S. can turn its strengths in science and research into businesses, products, and jobs.