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Buffalo Business Report - Monday Nov. 4, 2013



The Erie County Industrial Development Agency holds its monthly meeting today and is likely to consider a measure to terminate benefits when companies dont meet their job commitments.
API Heat Transfer on Walden Ave. in Cheektowaga is  asking for tax breaks on a new office building and factory expansion. Delaware North Company is seeking aid for it's role in Uniland Development Corp.'s new headquarters tower proposed for Delaware Ave. & Chippewa St

Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria has received a First-Tier Ranking for 10 different legal practice areas in U.S. News/Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” 2014.  

The price of gasoline in greater Buffalo is still ahead of the nation.. but is still headed down'
The Triple A says the average price of a gallon of regular this morning  is $3.59 down slightly over the weekend.  The national average is $3.25

(AP) - Lackawanna City Schools are  part of a New program the state will launch today as the first statewide effort in the nation using an innovative school-to-career program.
More than 6,000 New York students are expected to join the program in 2014. It teaches high school students additional workplace skills with the help of mentors. The program continues through community colleges and graduates will be "first in line" for jobs at certain companies.
The participating schools are in Ballston Spa, Binghamton, Troy, Hudson Falls, Syracuse, Peru, Byron Bergen in Genesee County, Rochester, Lackawanna,  North Rockland, Kingston, Newburgh, Gloversville, Peru, Yonkers and Uniondale.
The Pathways in Technology Early College High School in Brooklyn is already operating as a national model.
An organizing meeting Monday will include state Education Commissioner John King and an IBM Corp. executive.


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