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- Investors get court to delay brew deal - Samantha Maziarz Christmann/Buffalo News
Plans to transfer assets from Buffalo’s Flying Bison Brewing Co. to Utica’s Matt Brewing Co. are on hold as disgruntled investors challenge the deal in court.
- Five Star parent not hurrying repayment - Jonathan D. Epstein/The Buffalo News
Financial Institutions, the parent of Five Star Bank, is in no hurry to repay its government investment, as officials want to maintain a strong capital arsenal and don’t want to be forced to raise new capital that would dilute existing shareholders, its top executive said.
- Larkin developer preparing to finish second project - Jonathan D. Epstein/The Buffalo News
Larkin at Exchange Building developer Howard Zemsky is preparing to complete his second project in the so-called Larkin District, with a fast-growing architectural firm ready to occupy two floors.
Young + Wright Architectural, one of the first tenants in Larkin at Exchange, will move in August to the first two floors of 740 Seneca St., the newly renamed Schaefer Building. With the move, it will sharply increase its space in the district near downtown, from 3,000 square feet to 5,000.
-- George Pyle/The Buffalo News