This Week
  • Sparton Design Services acquired Real Time Enterprises Inc.

  • Perseverance has paid off for A.E.Y. Enterprises founder Michael Young.

  • Knowledge transfer is becoming critically important for employers as baby boomers retire.

  • Nu-Look Collision has seen double-digit jumps at existing sites.

  • See the 20th anniversary edition of the Forty under 40 supplement.

  • Aaron Powell turned his love of animation into a company with national accounts.

Daily News

  • Xerox fourth-quarter earnings top expectations, sales decline
    Xerox Corp. on Friday morning reported earnings per share from continuing operations of 26 cents, up 13 percent from 23 cents a year ago. Excluding special charges, adjusted earnings per share were 31 cents, up from 29 cents a year ago, topping Street expectations.
  • Poverty in city a major problem, most say
    More than 75 percent of respondents to this week’s Rochester Business Journal Daily Report Snap Poll say poverty in the city of Rochester is a major problem for the entire region.
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