Pull into a Tops Markets parking lot and you'll see plenty of cars.
Walk inside, and the shelves are full. Shoppers are lined up waiting to check out.
It's not the picture you'd expect at a company that analysts say is stretched to its financial limit and Bloomberg News reports could be on the verge of filing for a bankruptcy reorganization.
How can a seemingly so…
Karen Silver has been promoted to vice president, business banking treasury sales officer from vice president, business banking relationship manager. She has been with KeyBank since June 2009.
The new federal tax law led to a fourth-quarter loss at Computer Task Group, but the Buffalo-based information technology company said it expects stronger sales and profits this year.
CTG lost $419,000, or 3 cents per share, during the fourth quarter, all because the new tax law wiped out $1.7 million in tax benefits it no longer can claim. That was less than the profit…
Diane Dychtiar, RN, has been appointed coordinator of bariatric services at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. In her new position, Dychtiar will work with Dr. Venkat Kolli and Dr. Vikram Vattipally to coordinate pre-surgical care and post-operative care and support services for bariatric patients.
KeyBank has promoted Al Moeller to Director of Consumer Service and Enterprise Client Relations from Enterprise Client Relations Manager. He has been with KeyBank since July 2017.
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP announced that the Honorable Barbara Howe, former New York State Surrogate Judge for Erie County, will become a senior counsel to the firm. Judge Howe served as New York State Surrogate Judge for Erie County from 2004 through 2017.
Fichte, Endl & Elmer Eyecare, announced the addition of optometrist Brunilde Matuszak. She has resided in Western New York since graduation and brings with her over 13 years of local experience.
Dr. Christopher Needham has accepted a position with Fichte, Endl & Elmer Eyecare as a full time optometrist. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and will be doing routine eye exams and seeing emergencies as well caring for surgical patients.
Fichte, Endl & Elmer Eyecare has hired Dr. Grace Young for the position of full time optometrist. In the past she has served on many medial mission trips to China, Peru and Mexico.
Catherine Roberts was elected to Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Buffalo board. She is the Senior Vice President for the Community Action Organization of Western New York, where she oversees the day-to-day program operations for one of the largest not-for-profit human service agencies in the area.
Tony Gutowski was elected to Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Buffalo board. He is a career financial professional currently working as the Vice President for Commercial Banking at Evans Bank.
Karla Gadley was elected to Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Buffalo board. Gadley currently serves as senior vice president, community development officer for Five Star Bank where she is responsible for overseeing, coordinating and providing strategic direction for the bank’s Community Reinvestment Act.
Marylou Borowiak was elected to Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Buffalo board. She is a long-time community leader with 25 years’ experience in the banking industry.
Noelle Carter was named president of Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Buffalo. She is only the third person ever to be named president in the Agency’s 53 year history. She is currently the chief operating officer.
Judy Jack Lewis, associate broker with Hunt Real Estate ERA, was awarded the Leading Agent of the Year in the Company for Buffalo/ Niagara Region in 2017. She also received awards for Top Referring Agent, The Leaders Circle award and an award from Network Title.
Questions have been swirling around Tops Markets since Bloomberg News reported Saturday that the Amherst-based grocery chain may be getting ready to file for protection from creditors under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code
Here are some questions the report has raised among shoppers and employees, and how analysts and local business attorneys say the possibility of a b…