Embezzlement is an all too common problem for companies, big or small. But what can those smaller companies, with less resources, do to protect themselves? Several WNYers say they have come up with a solution.
A local venture capital firm hopes to help young start-ups thrive in the Queen City.
Fidget spinners are the latest craze for kids and a local engineer is teaching kids how to make the toys themselves.
For 75 years, Curbell, Inc. has uniquely innovated their manufacturing to meet the market need.
A Western New Yorker is using his disability to help others just like him. Nick Heilig is a blogger, who rates businesses based on their wheelchair accessibility.
There is a new game you can add to your outdoor activities this season, created by a couple Western New Yorkers. It's called "First-N-Ten".
It is possible you have played a game before that involves hitting a nail into a tree stump. You might know it as "stump". There is now an updated version of it, created and patented by WNY players called MöbileSchlägen.
Ubooks takes a story, puts the words on illustrated slides, plays them out in a continuous video and adds music for effect.
"Classavo" is a new program on the market that takes the content of educational textbooks and brings them to life.
The Buffalo Science Museum and a local radiology center teamed together to move the study of our ice age ancestors forward.
There's a mobile app out right now that offers a modern solution to your typical fundraising.