- Perez's total compensation in 2013 increased to $7.45 million
Former Eastman Kodak Co. CEO Antonio Perez received total compensation of $7.45 million in 2013, a filing Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission shows.
- COMIDA to end Medley Centre deal unless payments made
The County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency voted Tuesday to terminate a tax agreement with Medley Centre owner Scott Congel if late payments are not received by May 1.
- Max at the Gallery restaurant service to end at MAG
The Memorial Art Gallery will end operations of Max at the Gallery Inc. after April 27, converting the restaurant into a daytime rental space.
- Survey: Business conditions index dips for N.Y. manufacturers
Conditions for New York manufacturers dipped slightly in April, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey shows.
- Broadstone has acquired 19 properties in 2014
Broadstone Net Lease has acquired 19 properties for $52.6 million so far this year, increasing its market capitalization to more than $800 million, company officials announced Tuesday.
- M&T Bank reports net income down 17 percent in first quarter
M&T Bank Corp. on Monday reported a 17 percent drop in first-quarter net income, with earnings per share in line with analyst expectations.
- Lifetime Healthcare names Hildebrandt as chairman
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield parent Lifetime Healthcare Cos. Inc. has named Excellus chairman Thomas Hildebrandt as its chairman.
- Entrepreneurs see WNY business climate improving
The business climate in Western New York is improving, a new survey from the Western New York chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization shows.
- Coldwater Creek to close its stores
Coldwater Creek Inc. is going out of business. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday after it failed to find a buyer. Local retail stores of the company are at Eastview Mall in Victor and at the Waterloo Premium Outlets in Seneca County.
- Breathe plans for its next location in College Town
Breathe Yoga & Juice Bar Inc. plans to open its fifth location in October in College Town, a mixed-use community next to the University of Rochester Medical Center, which is slated to open this year.
Most not impressed by new tax cuts|
More than three-quarters of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say the new state tax cuts are unlikely to make New York a better place to live and do business.
CTE Regents diploma is important for economy|
With the passage of the legislation creating a CTE diploma, we could begin to train students to be skilled workers with meaningful careers.
New York continues to give some of its wealthiest residents too many reasons to leave.
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