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No. 295: Schein spins out, Marcum surveys CEOs, FalconStor soars west, and how San Diego can save Long Island

Welcome to Wednesday: Over the hump we go, dear readers, and a special hello to new subscribers Heather, Lincoyan, Alan, Nick, Chris, Kimberly, James and Aamir. We couldn’t do it without you. Well, we could, but nobody would know. Now that you’re part of the family, drop us a line at editor@innovateli.com and tell us what you think. Story tips and calendar suggestions thrill us beyond words. Spring break: It’s April 4 out there and…


No. 292: CEBIP cleans up, Biscotti makes a move and Albany’s new Life Sciences panel comes up short on Long Island

You made it: The week and the winter did their best, dear readers, but you’ve prevailed – welcome to March 23, and a clearly shoveled path to a well-earned weekend. This week’s spring blizzard was frustrating and all, but still nothing like the Great Blizzard of 1888, another March madness that blew in on 80 mph winds, dumped nearly five feet of snow on Saratoga Springs, crippled the Boston-NYC corridor for three days and buried…


At Marcum, food-biz buddy Biscotti eyes a new kitchen

By GREGORY ZELLER // With a name like Biscotti, he has to be good for the food industry. And Louis Biscotti has been just that, particularly during his five-year run at Woodbury-based accounting giant Mazars USA, where the partner headed up global and national Food and Beverage operations. In that role, Biscotti baked up several business-development programs that enhanced early-stage food and/or beverage enterprises via specialized tax knowhow and other industry-specific professional services. Now, the…