This Week
  • Siblings Bradley Calkins and Katherine Lindahl are co-CEOs of Rochester Midland.

  • The number of temporary help employees locally has grown since the recession.

  • Kelby Russell wants you to know: Local wines are among the world's finest.

  • Employee cross-training has become essential for organizations to run smoothly.

  • P3 Systems Inc. sells and services new and refurbished networking equipment.

  • Challenges mount for area companies that do business in Russia.


Not so smart
Prudent investment in technology for schools is not the issue. It’s the inappropriate and unwise use of long-term borrowing for this purpose.

The other obstacle
No single reason explains the lack of gender parity in upper management

Pick your economy
To many people, the U.S. economy could not be lousier. Yet compared to all the other economies around the globe...

No defense
If the NFL is smart, it will opt to win a few points with fans by retiring the blackout policy.

Snap Poll

Most readers oppose Proposal Three
Nearly 80 percent of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents this week oppose Proposal Three, the Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014.

Snap Poll: Most think U.S. will avoid Ebola outbreak
The majority of respondents to the RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll are confident that the U.S. health system will prevent an Ebola outbreak in this country.

Snap Poll: Majority backs divesting from fossil fuel
More than half of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents support the decision by some foundations, endowments and pension funds to divest fossil fuel investments, and 63 percent say they are concerned about climate change.


Non-profits: Recruit next-generation volunteers
It’s no secret that many non-profits continue to struggle with underfunding and an overall lack of resources.

Take steps to protect your firm from online fraud
If you own or operate the finances of a business, you need to be aware of fraud trends and how to protect your assets.

Cliches? You should avoid them like the plague
It is far easier to lapse into a cliche rather than develop a feeling of inadequacy trying to think of a more original expression.

Opinion Column

Translating the Common Core into tests fuels criticism

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