New products are once again rolling out the door at Niagara Lubricant. Three years after the 91-year-old company's original factory in Black Rock was destroyed by fire, it has officially reopened in the former American Axel plant on East Delevan Avenue.
A contest that bills itself as the world’s largest business plan competition announced the conclusion of its application process Monday. 43North attracted 6,932 applicants from across the world to take part in the competition in Buffalo, which includes applicants from all 50 states and 96 countries.
BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York announced Wednesday that 40 new jobs are coming to Buffalo. The company is moving the jobs from other company operations in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania to its Buffalo headquarters.
A new study was released Monday to steer developers to historic buildings ready for re-purposing in downtown Buffalo. The ‘Preservation Ready Survey’ is expected to make it easier for developers to see which buildings are eligible for historic preservation tax credits and incentives.
Aspiring entrepreneurs at the University at Buffalo will participate in a rapid-fire competition expected prepare them for pitching business ideas to potential financial backers. Seventy-five student teams will have 90 seconds to deliver their idea to a panel of six judges.
Should Coca-Cola Field -- home to the Buffalo Bisons -- undergo a modernization? That's the question recently explored by Buffalo News reporter Brian Meyer in an extensive news article. WBFO'S Eileen Buckley discusses the future of the ballpark with Meyer in this morning's Press Pass conversation.
The 43 North business plan competition is attracting people from around the world to Buffalo. Entrepreneurs, start-ups and teams from 56 countries and 48 states have applied to participate in the world’s largest business idea race.
Manufacturing remains a key part of the local economy, with 50,000 jobs, 2,000 companies, and $5 billion in gross regional product. That's why Governor Cuomo is putting $45 million into the Buffalo Niagara Institute for Advanced Manufacturing Competitiveness.
As the frigid temperatures and blowing snow move through western New York Tuesday many local businesses are still working hard. The restaurant Just Pizza says they’re delivering food to areas without driving bans.
In this digital age, we often use the expression 'There's an app for that." As WBFO's Eileen Buckley, reports Liberty Yellow Cab in Buffalo has a smartphone app to inform customers their ride is on its way.