Marie J. French, SFBJ

Marie J. French


Albany, NY, United States

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Past articles by Adam:

Constitution pipeline company sues over New York blocking pipeline

The company seeking to build an $875 million natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to New York has started the legal process to challenge the state's rejection of a permit. → Read More

Unions criticize Cuomo's rejection of Constitution pipeline

The governor's blocking of a big construction project drew the ire of union groups this week. → Read More

Why hospitals are spending millions of dollars on urgent care centers - Albany Business Review

The urgent care boom is heading toward a goal of reducing health care spending annually by $4.4 billion, according to a new report on the shift away from traditional emergency rooms. → Read More

Saratoga Springs doctor responds to national article on end-of-life care - Albany Business Review

Upstate New York ophthalmologist rebuts colleague's recent stance, printed in The Atlantic, that he hopes to die at 75. → Read More

Albany missionary says Ebola quarantine won't stop missionaries, health workers - Albany Business Review

Roxanne Jones Booth, a missionary and University at Albany adjunct, tells stories of volunteers in Africa relying on plastic wrapping from packaged bread as makeshift gloves while dealing with injured or ill people. → Read More

Rick Whitney, who headed tech contruction firm M+W, leaves for Minnesota company - Albany Business Review

Whitney headed the construction firm responsible for building a good portion of the GlobalFoundries chip fab in Malta, New York. → Read More

Monolith Solar office, manufacturing moving to Albany, New York, tech park - Albany Business Review

Monolith Solar will open an office and manufacturing building in Vista Tech Park, the first technology tenant in the park. The company also plans to add jobs. → Read More

Debate over Albany, New York area nurse wages, benefits and staffing levels behind union picketing - Albany Business Review

Some nurses contended Ellis, the third-largest hospital system in the region, is pursuing new contracts with insufficient benefits, wages and staffing levels for nurses. → Read More

Natural gas companies to disclose 'financial risks' of fracking - Albany Business Review

Two natural gas companies will disclose new details about hydraulic fracturing under an agreement seeking to inform investors about its financial risks. → Read More

S&P: Excellus Health Inc. won't see profits for at least 15 months - Albany Business Review

​Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services revises outlook to negative for Excellus Health Inc., saying uncertainty tied to the federal Affordable Care Act is primarily responsible for the decision. → Read More

Women Who Mean Business discuss climbing corporate ladder (Video) - Albany Business Review

This video from the Albany Business Review's seventh annual Women Who Mean Business awards features two winners talking about the turning point in their careers. VIDEO → Read More

NYOH cancer center in Amsterdam, New York, set to reopen - Albany Business Review

New York Oncology Hematology's Amsterdam Cancer Center set to reopen after a $3 million renovation. → Read More

Jo-Ann Costantino, CEO of The Eddy, to retire - Albany Business Review

Jo-Ann Costantino plans to retire in February after 18 years as CEO of The Eddy, an elder care operation affiliated with Albany-based St. Peter’s Health Partners. → Read More

Queensbury, New York-based Delcath Systems shifts headquarters in New York City - Albany Business Review

Queensbury-based Delcath is downsizing its corporate headquarters in New York City. → Read More

Regeneron, AngioDynamics among drug and medical device makers paying doctors and teaching hospitals - Albany Business Review

Among the companies making payments are Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. and AngioDynamics Inc. – with more than 1,800 employees total at their respective operations in the Albany, New York, region → Read More

St. Peter's donation comes from Swiss physicist who settled in Troy, New York (Video) - Albany Business Review

Attracted to the area by General Electric and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Heinrich Medicus decided to settle in the Capital Region - and gave a big donation to St. Peter's Health Partners for its hospital renovation plan. VIDEO → Read More

Construction underway on $99 million hospital overhauls in Troy, New York - Albany Business Review

St. Peter's Health Partners is ramping up its renovation schedule for its Troy hospitals. → Read More

In upstate New York, tensions still high between hospital and nurses union - Albany Business Review

Despite signs of progress, tensions remain high in the nearly yearlong contract battle between Nathan Littauer Hospital and the New York State Nurses Association. → Read More

Jim Fischer, challenging Rep. Paul Tonko for Congress, talks climate change - Albany Business Review

​Jim Fischer, the Republican running for the 20th Congressional District seat in New York state, is a political newcomer who grew up in Schenectady. → Read More

Q&A with Rep. Paul Tonko: Climate change and energy in an upstate New York congressional race - Albany Business Review

As the Democrat Paul Tonko seeks a fourth-term in the House, we took a moment to talk climate change, energy and business — and what he wants to tell voters ahead of the November election. → Read More