The Golub Corp. headquarters is shown in March 2015. (Peter R. Barber/Gazette Photographer)

Golub nears decision on IT outsourcing

The Golub Corp. said on Aug. 13 that it is nearing a decision on the future of its information technology staff. The Schenectady-based supermarket chain employs dozens of IT workers. But it is looking to partner with a firm specializing…

Sage Kos, 11, and her brother Cedar Kos, 13, help a customer at Niskayuna Town Hall Thursday, August 9, 2018. (Peter R. Barber/Gazette Photographer)

Middle school siblings put summer on ice

To run a successful business, executives must have ice-cold nerves. Cedar and Sage Kos — executives in training — have ice-cold products. And a cool approach to a summer enterprise. The Niskayuna brother and sister team have been selling homemade…

PETER R. BARBER/GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER Louis Lecce stands in front of the Albany Medical Center Urgent Care building at 1769 Union Street in Niskayuna Thursday, February 2, 2017.

Former City Squire may be razed, rebuilt as pub

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter SCHENECTADY – If everything goes according to plan, Upper Union Street will have a new watering hole before the year is out. The Lecce Group, in a joint venture with John and Katrina Isopo, hope…

A boater passes the Rivers Casino Hotel on the Mohawk River in Schenectady

Flurry of new hotels a welcome addition

BY JOHN CROPLEY SCHENECTADY COUNTY — Sleek new hotels being built in and around Schenectady are beginning to relieve a long-standing shortage in the area, the effects of which have been felt by — and partly created by — major…

PETER R. BARBER/GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER President of Automated Dynamics Robert Langone speaks at the Grand Opening in Niskayuna Wednesday, July 13, 2016.

New home provides Automated Dynamics room to grow

By INDIANA NASH Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — Automated Dynamics joined ranks with Niskayuna’s engineering business community at the company’s grand opening on Wednesday, bringing new employment opportunities to the town. According to Adam Bush, a marketing assistant at Automated Dynamics,…

The GE plant is seen in Schenectady. (Marc Schultz/Gazette Photographer)

GE to cut 500 US production jobs

GE will move approximately 500 jobs from Texas, South Carolina, Maine and New York to France, Hungary and China, the company announced today. Citing the failure of Congress to reauthorize the Export Import Bank, which expired July 1, GE says…