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Business First of Buffalo back issues
HSBC Bank president appearing on TV ad. (To the Point).(Brief Article)
December 17, 2001... Youssef Nasr, president and CEO of Buffalo-based HSBC Bank USA, appears in a special television commercial where business executives proclaim their commitment to New York in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The business ad is part of a new "I Love New York" marketing...
Fifth Coast: Sara's song.(Brief Article)
December 17, 2001... Sorry to throw people a curve, but my tone this week is quite serious. This is a humor column and I'm supposed to string together a few zany lines to get people to chuckle. Not this week I figure if people want a laugh they can go to a Bills game. Why so serious? I have two...
Cellino & Barnes choose a city site for new office.(Brief Article)
December 17, 2001... One of the region's most visible law firms will build its headquarters in downtown Buffalo. Gellino & Barnes, the personal injury specialists, will construct a 20,000-square-foot building on a vacant parcel just behind the Adam's Mark Hotel. With the Thruway as its western neighbor,...
Bio-center's long-term potential could propel economy.(Brief Article)
December 17, 2001... Buffalo's proposed $200 million Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics has significant potential to boost Buffalo's economy, but it's going to take some years and more money before the region appreciates the benefits, experts say. Gov. George Pataki announced during a stop in Buffalo on...
Tougher sell: Nonprofit fund-raising takes a double hit. (Million Dollar Nonprofits).(Brief Article)
December 17, 2001... Asking people for money is never easy. During telephone appeals, nonprofit fund-raising executives and volunteers must develop a thick skin to move past the hang ups and brusque "not interested" responses. Post Sept. 11, the job of fundraising for nonprofits became all the more...