Posted on November 28th, 2011 No comments
Niagara Metals , a scrap metal recycling company headquartered in Niagara Falls, N.Y., has added two new locations in the Buffalo, N.Y., area, through its acquisition of Ben Singer & Sons. The acquisition brings to four the number of facilities that Niagara operates. The company also operates a feeder yard in Royalton, N.Y., which it opened in 2010
Posted on August 30th, 2011 No comments
Global Scrap Management (GSM), Milford, Ohio, has announced plans to open an aluminum ingot production facility in Batavia, Ohio. The company says that its new division, known as Altimet, will install new melt technology that will allow the company to provide higher yields and reduce the cost of transforming scrap into aluminum ingots. GSM, founded in 2003, specializes in processing industrial aluminum machining scrap, including turnings.
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Global Scrap Management Opening Aluminum Ingot Plant
Posted on April 7th, 2010 No comments
Company receives Small Business of the Year award.
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Keystone Mobile Shredding Receives Award
Earlier this month, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed SB20, written by State Sen.
LifeLock Inc. and Experian Information Solutions Inc. have settled their lawsuit, and the agreement permanently blocks the original process LifeLock used to protect its clients.
U.S. Rep. John Adler is optimistic that a potentially burdensome regulation on small business will not advance further
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Federal proposal would help small businesses
Posted on September 23rd, 2009 No comments
Data security experts, financial services executives and small business owners all said they generally support the state’s newly revised data-security regulations at a crowded hearing yesterday.
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State’s proposed data-security rules OK with biz owners
Posted on July 15th, 2009 No comments
Small business owners may be too ignorant to ever be PCI compliant. PCI Columnist David Taylor recently participated in a webinar, a live seminar and a survey all aimed at small business, and all part of separate efforts aimed at building awareness about the importance of PCI compliance to small to medium size enterprises (SMEs). In each case, the presenters were struggling, trying to figure out just how “basic” to be when explaining PCI compliance.Pretty darn basic, actually.
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“What’s an Acquirer?” And Other Noteworthy SME Questions
Posted on July 14th, 2009 No comments
Following word of a “if breached, we’ll cover some of your costs” program from Heartland, fellow payment processor Mercury Payment Systems has launched its own program, one featuring $40,000 of reimbursement from any of its retail customers that are breached. Mercury officials stress that it’s far from a reaction to Heartland, as Mercury started its program in late June and Heartland is only promising it for later this year.The Mercury program is limited to retailers who “have successfully completed their SAQ and quarterly scans and remedied any highlighted issues,” said Kim Mackay, Mercury’s VP of marketing. “This is as much as 15K towards a 3rd party forensic audit and as much as 25K toward fees and fines.
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Mercury Offers $40K Compensation For Its Breached Retailers