- Area companies make Inc. list of fastest-growing firms
More than a dozen companies in the region earned spots on the 2014 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies nationwide.
- Forbes reports bids for Bills are each below $900 million
The three non-binding bids for the Buffalo Bills each are less than $900 million, with Terrence Pegula’s offer the highest at $890 million for a franchise valued at $935 million, Forbes magazine reports.
- N.Y. to receive $800 million of Bank of America settlement
New York is slated to get $800 million as its share of a nearly $17 billion settlement announced Thursday between Bank of America Corp. and the Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group.
- Area unemployment rate drops in July
Rochester’s economy continued to improve in July, with an increase in the number of jobs and a decrease in the unemployment rate, the state Department of Labor reported.
- VirtualScopics names new CFO
VirtualScopics Inc.’s board of directors has appointed James Groff as chief financial officer, effective immediately, officials said Thursday.
Groff, 44, has been the company’s acting CFO since last August.
- City ranks in top half of list rating friendliness to first-time buyer
Rochester ranks among the top half of cities nationwide for its friendliness to first-time home buyers, a new report from WalletHub shows.
- Rochester School for the Deaf names new superintendent, CEO
The Rochester School for the Deaf has a new superintendent and CEO after the retirement of longtime leader Harold Mowl.
- Nathan's Soup, Three Brothers Winery to open at Eastview
Eastview Mall in Victor will be adding Nathan’s Soup and Salad and Three Brothers Winery to its retail offerings this fall.
- Home health aide charged with Medicaid fraud
An area home health aide has been charged with felony Medicaid fraud for turning in phony time sheets, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday.
- RF Communications equipment gets security certification
Harris Corp.’s Rochester-based RF Communications division has received a security certification for some of its equipment, which allows the company to field its radios for secure voice and data communications up through the top secret level of information assurance.
- Roc City Realty to launch on Atlantic Avenue
A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for Friday morning to celebrate the grand opening of Roc City Realty.
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