- Attorneys expect to resolve
Flour City dispute amicably
Flour City Pasta LLC and Flour City Bread Co. are in talks that should amicably resolve their dispute over rights to use the Flour City name, attorneys for both parties said Tuesday.
- George Eastman House adopts new name
The George Eastman House has officially changed its name to the George Eastman Museum, officials announced Tuesday, saying the name change reflects the institution’s scope of collections, exhibitions and scholarship.
- Tops Markets appoints Persons president and COO
Tops Markets LLC has named John Persons as president and chief operating officer, officials announced Tuesday, referencing the company’s long-term strategy.
- ConServe unveils new Henrietta satellite office
Continental Service Group Inc. held a grand opening ceremony for its new Henrietta location, which adds 20,000 square feet to its communications center capabilities in Rochester.
- Verizon celebrates interactive store in Greece
Verizon Wireless Inc. celebrated a new Smart store—a venue with interactive lifestyle zones that allow customers to test products—with a ribbon cutting at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The new store is at 1908 W. Ridge Road in Greece.
- Xerox CFO Mikells to leave company
Xerox Corp. is searching for a new chief financial officer following news Monday that Kathryn Mikells, who currently holds the position, will leave the company after Oct. 31 to pursue another professional opportunity.
- Fringe Festival sees 20 percent jump in ticket sales
Numbers released by organizers Monday show the 2015 First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival topped last year’s event in attendance and ticket sales.
- Upstate's largest wine and spirts trade show comes to Rochester
The largest wine and spirits trade show in Upstate New York opened Monday at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center, bringing 1,000 attendees downtown for the one-day event.
- Report: Rochester among worst cities for workers with disabilities
Rochester is the 10th worst city for workers with disabilities, a new report from WalletHub shows.
Snap Poll: Most give business passing ethics grade|
Recent corporate scandals involving Volkswagen, General Motors Co. and other companies have put renewed focus on business ethics. Respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll gave mostly passing grades in the area of ethics.
One of the most important areas of growth has been health care and education, which has been a core strength here in recent years.
For shops, 'just browsing' can spell disaster|
The retail business has been transformed. Customer loyalty to local retailers has been forgotten.
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