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The recipe to compete with the big guys Education is a major focus at Yankee Distillers, the latest distillery opening in the Albany area as the revival of the craft spirits industry continues. I need to educate people and get them to appreciate why this whiskey is worth more, says Matt Jager,
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10 Minutes with Melli Rose, the coordinator behind Albany's Alive at Five Melli Rose has an insiders view of Alive at Five, the free summertime concert series thats one of the regions signature outdoor events, drawing thousands of people weekly to the Albany riverfront. Rose, who plans and oversees Alive at Five for the city, c
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Ride with these rogue radio rustlers Anyone who isnt sure how much business and marketing power the University of Texas Longhorns sports brand carries just needs to ask Steve Laukhuff. Given an opportunity to secure advertising deals as part of a just-signed radio contract between the school
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Thriving Austin creative industry faces job candidate shortage When it comes to recruiting and retaining top marketing and advertising talent for your creative team, its a job seekers market. Twenty-one percent of advertising and marketing executives polled in a recent survey by The Creative Group plan to expand thei
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Amherst firm uses drones to deliver videoconferences The next business opportunity for electronics wholesaler Stampede is an industry the company created, and it includes videoconferencing using drones. The Amherst business wholesales commercial and consumer audio/ video electronics to resellers. Stampede r
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In town for a meeting? Hotel workers will recommend things to do Mick Jagger didnt just happen upon Lombardos. That the Rolling Stones lead singer was directed to the Hertel Avenue restaurant was a testament to the Hyatt Regency Buffalo staff and how well-versed they are in regard to area restaurants and attractions. I
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North Texas airports adding plane seats faster than rest of U.S. As airline executives and consumers debate whether major U.S. carriers have throttled capacity to boost profits, new industry data shows that North Texas is a big winner in the number of passenger seats available on flights. The number of seats offered we
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Houston-area safari operator on the hunt for growth If you need access to the African bush, Japanese sword fighting lessons or World War II relics in Europe, call David Marek. The CEO and president of Katy-based safari operator Ker & Downey has been in the luxury travel business for more than 40 years. Whe
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High-speed rail moves forward with appointment of new CEO The Texas Central Partners hammered another stake in the tracks on its way to completing a more than 200-mile bullet train from Dallas to Houston. The company named Tim Keith as its first CEO on July 22. Keith, a Dallas resident, will lead the systems fin
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Next up at Mitchell: safety, operations upgrades The next projects at General Mitchell International Airport will be less visible and disruptive to passengers, who navigated through rerouted traffic during a $45 million full-scale baggage claim renovation. Now we move to the airfield kind of things, sai
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