A very small step
In the last days of the legislative session, few thought leaders would take action on ethics reform, yet they did.
A win for downtown
WinnCompanies remains committed to the Sibley Building, and this week officially launched its $200 million redevelopment project.
The productivity puzzle
Slow productivity growth has marked the period since the recovery began a half-dozen years ago.
Stuck at the curb
How do you solve a problem like Uber and Lyft? New York lawmakers have been grappling with that question.
The elusive digital news business model
Belief in the digital future remains nearly universal in the newspaper industry today.
Is City Hall open to another idea for Parcel 5?
Urban parks or central squares serve as a gathering place and are a destination for both residents and visitors.
Readers give Clinton edge over Trump
If the 2016 presidential election were held today, Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the top vote-getter among RBJ Daily Report readers.
Snap Poll: School spending levels get poor grade
A large majority of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents say per-pupil spending on public school education in New York is too high. This compares with 13 percent who say it’s about right, and just 3 percent who think schools should spend more.
Snap Poll: Albany corruption is 'serious' problem
All RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents say they think corruption in state government is a serious problem for New York, with 89 percent saying it’s “very serious,” and 11 percent saying it’s “somewhat serious.”
Snap Poll: Jazz Festival is favorite summer event
Rochester offers a bounty of special events each summer, and this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll asked readers to name their favorites. Top-ranked in terms of votes cast in this week’s poll was the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival.
What the Email Privacy Act means for firms
The Email Privacy Act takes a bold leap by preserving the privacy of stored electronic communications.
A stronger defense against trade secret theft
Trade secret theft by departing employees is a significant problem.
Should the U.K. go it alone? How about the U.S.?
Just like the U.K., we’re better off in the world than outside it. We can go it alone, but both sides of the transaction pay a price.