News releases from Buffalo Business First
Buckmaster is from New Jersey but decided to keep his engineering startup in Buffalo. The 24-year-old has done plenty of learning along the way.
Utilant CEO Patrick Davis is one of the most successful tech entrepreneurs in Buffalo over the past decade.
More restaurant news in the City of Buffalo, including new sites at redeveloped buildings, new operators in closed sites and reopenings at sites that closed temporarily during the pandemic.
Travel restrictions extended at U.S.-Canadian border
May 20, 2021
Essential trade and travel will continue. Officials say they are working closely with Canada and Mexico to safely ease restrictions as conditions improve.
Upstate Venture Connect's UNY50 network has been around for a few years. The pandemic has created new opportunities for it to flex its collective muscle.
Buffalo-based HELIXintel is planning on a stretch of significant growth – and now has the funding to back that ambition.
Dr. Michael Cain leaves his post in August after 15 years at the helm of the University at Buffalo's Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
The state has committed to fund the competition after a one-year hiatus, though details are still being clarified.
First pitched at 195,000 square feet, the project has settled to about 160,000 square feet. The price tag remains at $100 million.
Louie's to char-broil its last footlong hot dog
May 18, 2021
The decision was announced in a Facebook post by siblings Angelo and Debbie Turco, who put in 50 years apiece at the restaurant.
A gateway to Buffalo Inno and the city’s ecosystem
May 17, 2021
Buffalo Inno is a digital media, events and data company covering, connecting and catalyzing local innovation. We're part of American Inno, a network in 16 (and counting) entrepreneurial markets across...
When medical billers have a job to do and patients can't pay their bills, a deeper solution is needed, Archie said.
Panel of experts discusses multiple opportunities for future business growth stemming from cannabis.
If all goes well, the amphitheater could open by the 2023 outdoor concert and special events season.
Roswell Park moves ahead with $23M expansion
May 12, 2021
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center has solidified its plans to move its suburban chemotherapy infusion clinic to a new site.
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...