From Business Today:
Rich Products, the Buffalo-based frozen food giant, bought a $2.5 million vacant food processing plant in an Atlanta suburb, on speculation. The company says it does not have a plan for the site, but it does like the idea of expanding its presence in the fast-growing Southeast.
Amherst-based Birdair is working with people in Minnesota to get the roof on the Metrodome fixed. The cloth roof of the stadium collapsed last month under the weight of a massive snow storm. The Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, which runs the facility, expects to reopen the stadium n April. Birdair built and installed the roof, which was designed by Geiger. At least nine of the 106 roof panels must be replaced.
The suddden shutdown of Allcare Dental and Dentures, a Clarence-based national chain of dental offices, is causing a lot of pain and confusion among its former patients. Attorneys General in several states are looking into the closing and how it was handled. Company executives have not spoken publicly since the business closed. It posts information at the wbsite www.allcareinfo.com.
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