Taylor won't be a stranger. He expects to continue doing research for Taylor Devices and to retain his community board seats.
The biotechnology startup has a big year ahead, as it considers embarking on a major funding round and seeks to close on significant customers.
The fast-growing startup company will move out of the 43North incubator in the Thomas R. Beecher Jr. Innovation Center, but stay in the building with a large open office on the third floor.
Sandhill Investment Management executives "eat their own cooking," investing in the same two portfolios as their clients.
The National Science Foundation project will explore how climate change is affecting cold and warm weather climates, with case studies in Buffalo and Tempe, Arizona.
The West Side college and Leadership Buffalo are hosting a bootcamp aimed at a generation expected to become workplace leaders and entrepreneurs.
"The only thing that can ever stop a commissioning is lightning," said Maurice Naylon, who organized the local effort to bring the USS Little Rock ceremony to Buffalo.
Astronics has completed its seventh acquisition in the past decade with a $104 million deal to buy Illinois-based Telefonix. East Aurora-based Astronics, which develops and builds lighting and electric systems for aircraft, has said the deal will bring new products and an "impressive set of customers" to the company. Telefonix is expected to contribute between $70 and $75 million in revenue to Astronics in 2018. Past acquisitions have included Illinois-based Armstrong Aerospace in 2014 ($51 million),…
Buffalo-based VSP Graphic Group intends to begin manufacturing its four initial BAR-GO Portable Container Party PODs next week.
The University at Buffalo will officially open its new medical school building for business Dec. 12. in a ceremony that's likely to include state and local dignitaries. The 628,000-square-foot, $375 million facility represents a return to the medical corridor after 64 years on South Campus. The finishing touches are being put on the interior and students will begin taking classes there in January. Buffalo Business First reporters and photographers toured the facility this week. Take a look at the…