|Latham International picks new president and CEOBizjournals.com / 1 h. 59 min. ago more|
The company employs 1,200 people who make Viking, Pacific, Trilogy and other top industry brands of fiberglass and vinyl liner pools, steps and pool covers at factories across the United States and Canada.
|Viewpoint: How Amazon took Seattle’s soulBizjournals.com / 4 h. 31 min. ago more|
If you’re lucky enough to land HQ2 — congrats! But be careful, all you urban suitors longing for a hip, creative class. You think you can shape Amazon? Not a chance. It will shape you.
|A vacation minus a smartphone: It can be doneBizjournals.com / 4 h. 42 min. ago more|
Lately the big internet companies have come under a barrage of criticism, but I learned from my experience that, for better or worse, they have so changed the world that life without them is all but impossible outside a monastery.
|Virtual shooting game coming to Lucky Strike at Crossgates MallBizjournals.com / 5 h. 6 min. ago more|
Each shooting lounge has a 12-foot-by-6-foot screen, hit-detection camera, projector and four replica firearms – two pistols and two rifles.
|Pioneer Bank buys $5 million property in GuilderlandBizjournals.com / 5 h. 13 min. ago more|
Pioneer Bank CEO Tom Amell says the purchase is part of a new bank strategy.
|Regulator blasts Wells Fargo for deceptive auto insurance programBizjournals.com / 6 h. 21 min. ago more|
The report, prepared by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, represents the latest blow to the reputation of Wells Fargo, the United States’ third-largest bank and one that was once regarded as being among the best run in the country.
|Troy will seek proposals to solve downtown parking problemsBizjournals.com / 7 h. 3 min. ago more|
The city will issue a request for proposals to outsource its parking management in an effort to collect data on and modernize the city's lots, garages and street parking spaces.
|See inside Albany's newest brewery, renovated distilleryBizjournals.com / 11 h. 25 min. ago more|
Fort Orange Brewing is opening next week at 450 N. Pearl St. in downtown Albany, New York. The brewery comes from co-owners Craig Johnson, John Westcott and Jim Eaton. They are all from Castleton and have been brewing small batches of beer in their garages for more than 10 years. Eaton said they are investing north of $200,000 in the project. That includes leasing the space, outfitting the former industrial warehouse with a tasting room and purchasing brewing equipment. Not too far away, The…
|Former Rensselaer Tech Park director, Michael Wacholder's 3 tips for hiring great employeesBizjournals.com / 11 h. 32 min. ago more|
Michael Wacholder says the key to hiring great employees is ignoring human resources' advice. Wacholder was hired in 1978 by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute President George Low to conduct a feasibility study for what would become the Rensselaer Technology Park. Wacholder led the office park in North Greenbush as director for more than 30 years, and founded Rensselaer's incubator program. The 1,250-acre park has been the home of hundreds of companies in the region, including the former software…
|There's a new place to grab a beer in Albany's warehouse district, and more in this week's food and drink newsBizjournals.com / 11 h. 39 min. ago more|
Albany, New York's warehouse district is turning into a great place to grab a drink after work. Fort Orange Brewing Co. is opening next week at 450 N. Pearl St. in Albany. The brewery comes from co-owners Craig Johnson, John Westcott and Jim Eaton. They invested north of $200,000 in the project, and will debut the tasting room with new beers, including a Nipper IPA and Whistle Stopper Red. Walk 15 minutes, and you'll see Albany Distilling Co.'s new tasting room at 75 Livingston Ave., which opened…