Manufacturers elect co-leaders

Leaders of a new Western New York trade group representing small manufacturers were installed at the organization’s inaugural meeting Jan. 26.
Matt Gehman, president and owner […]

Complete Landscaping nears closing on Baldridge Electric building

Complete Landscaping Systems Inc. expects to close soon on its nearly $500,000 purchase of the adjacent Second Street building that is occupied by Baldridge Electric […]

Luke AFB: Flying into the future

Editor's note: This story is part of a special section included with the Jan. 22 print edition of the Phoenix Business Journal. For more on […]

Consumers score a win on credit card rules

Consumers scored a few unexpected victories in a set of Federal Reserve rules issued earlier this week.
The Fed issued 1,155 pages of rules Tuesday […]

Swiss Post Solutions opens D.C. office

Swiss Post Solutions Inc. has opened a D.C. office at 1875 Eye St. NW to support its client roster in the mid-Atlantic region.
New York City-based […]

Job growth returns — then fades

Employers once again slashed a substantial number jobs off their payrolls in December, according to a disappointing report from the government Friday. But there […]

Greek Debt Problem Isn’t Much Worse Than Italy’s, Nomura Says

Greece’s debt situation isn’t much worse than Italy’s even after downgrades to its credit ratings in the past month, Nomura Holdings Inc. economist Peter […]

What could go wrong in 2010

At the start of 2009, who could have imagined that we’d actually have reasons to look back at the year fondly?
It began […]

Merkel Says She’ll Pursue Market Rules, Credit Supply in 2010

Chancellor Angela Merkel said her priorities for 2010 include winning support for further regulation of global financial markets and avoiding a credit squeeze for […]