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Up until recently, much of the focus about one?s individual wellness has been on the body and mind. We work out, take walks, do yoga and meditation as a way to keep our bodies and minds healthy and i...

 

The deals are for a building on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus and one in Amherst

 

Robert Nesselbush has worked under some challenging situations during his 20 years as a hospital administrator. But leading Kaleida Health out of a $100 million Covid-19 induced deficit was surely som...

 

Do you think you have a good idea of who the most popular Buffalo Bills are?

 

Fluctuations in the region's employment numbers since March 2020 have corresponded with a similar decrease in business at Connors & Ferris LLP. ?We?re down proportionately to the employment numbe...

 

Power House aims to bring people to overlooked, industrial street.

 

The region?s 25 hospitals paid out more than $100,000 in total compensation to 116 executive or administrative leaders during 2019, the most recent year for which data is available. That group include...

 

The original plan called for a virtual event when the city was restricted to orange zone limitations from the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

University at Buffalo leadership has started the process to get all students and faculty fully back on campus as the Covid-19 pandemic nears the one-year mark.

 

A $32 million loss in 2019 seems quaint compared to pandemic-year losses expected for 2020. But that hasn?t stopped the $1.2 billion Buffalo-based health system from investing in key programs.

 
 
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