Corning Local Business
9 hrs ago | via The Citizens' Voice
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / TIMES-SHAMROCK Anthony Campbell, left, assists plant manager Ron Segers with adjustments on a rugelach machine inside My Mother's Delicacies. It happened one evening in April 1988, as members of her extended family sat around the table after dinner enjoying rugelach, an ethnic Eastern European filled dessert pastry made for the occasion using a recipe Herlands' grandmother brought with her when she immigrated from Galicia, Poland, in 1921. Comment?
Yesterday | via The Miami Herald
In undated this photo provided by the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y., a set of multicolored Pyrex mixing bowls that were introduced in the 1940s are shown. In undated this photo provided by the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y., a two quart Pyrex casserole dish in the stardust pattern from 1960 is shown. Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via PR-inside.com
CORNING, N.Y., May 6, 2015 - Corning Incorporated announced today that on May 5, 2015 it priced $375 million aggregate principal amount of senior unsecured notes that mature on May 8, 2018 at a coupon of 1.500% and $375 million aggregate principal amount of senior unsecured notes that mature on May 15, 2022 at a coupon of 2.900%. Subject to customary closing conditions, the sales are expected to close on May 8, 2015. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via Steuben Courier
The community got a chance Monday to hear from three newcomers - Kevin Ashton, Stephen Knowles and Alex Slater - who are vying for seats on the Corning-Painted Post school board along with incumbents Dale Wexell and Neil Bulkley. The five candidates are running for the three seats currently held by Wexell, Bulkley and Virginia Schultz, who is not seeking re-election. Comment?
Friday May 1 | via SNL Financial
"All of these projects are designed to move production for Seneca and other third parties out of the basin to higher-priced markets," Tanski said. "As more and more pipeline capacity comes online, we expect Seneca's pricing realizations to improve." Comment?
Feb 11, 2015 | via CSRwire.com
Corning Inc., the specialty glass, ceramics, and optical physics company, seems to be dismissing or rejecting the SEC . At its 2015 Annual Shareholder Meeting, April 30, in the city of Corning, NY, the company's CEO, Mr. Wendell P. Weeks, repeated the claim that Corning, Inc. had no need to sign the Holy Land Principles because Corning's own employment principles were equal to, if not better than, the Holy Land Principles. Comment?
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