This Week
  • The new Golisano Children's Hospital will be dedicated next week.

  • Citizens Bank leader outlines plans in visit.

  • The last six years have brought quite a transformation to Mirror Show Management.

  • For Christopher Thorpe of Darien Lake Theme & Water Park Resort, work is about having fun.

  • Local banks are getting ready to migrate to the global standard for secure payments.

  • Aprille Byam launched StoryChick to help people begin conversations.

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  • Exelis shareholders approve merger with Harris
    Exelis Inc. announced Friday its shareholders approved the merger agreement for the acquisition of Exelis by Harris Corp. during its special meeting of shareholders. The companies expect the merger to close May 29, subject to remaining closing conditions.
  • Crime tops downtown living concerns
    Roughly 60 percent of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say concerns about crime would dissuade them from moving downtown or remaining a downtown resident.
  • Rochester region sees increase in jobs in April
    Rochester’s economy continued its upward climb last month, with an increase in both non-farm and private-sector jobs, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
  • Work to begin Tuesday on Inner Loop bridge
    Construction is scheduled to start Tuesday on the $5.9 million project to rehabilitate the bridge that carries the Inner Loop over the Genesee River and Brown’s Raceway.
  • UR researchers get grant to develop app for monitoring Ebola
    Researchers from the University of Rochester have received a grant to develop an app to track the spread of Ebola and other infectious diseases, officials announced Friday.
  • AMA chapter's awards salute marketing talent
    The Rochester Chapter of the American Marketing Association held its third annual Pinnacle Awards gala on Thursday evening to recognize the area’s top marketing talent.
  • Monro posts record profit, misses expectations
    Monro Muffler Brake Inc. on Thursday reported record fourth-quarter net income, but missed Street estimates.
  • Costco to open store here on June 5
    Costco Wholesale Corp. plans to open its first store in the Rochester region on June 5. The opening marks its 18th location in New York and its 477th in the country.
  • Five receive 2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award
    More than 500 people gathered Thursday to honor five recipients and their fellow finalists of the Financial Executive of the Year Award.
  • Certa Cito takes second in Homeland Security competition
    Certa Cito LLC has placed second in a competition of the Department of Homeland Security, beating out some 300 registrants and 50 entries. The challenge was to develop a first responder indoor tracking system.
  • Tops narrows its first-quarter loss
    Tops Holding Corp.—indirect parent of Tops Friendly Markets LLC—narrowed its net loss in its fiscal first quarter to $4.2 million—a 45 percent decrease—compared with a net loss of $7.6 million a year ago.
  • Morgan-LeChase acquires 21 acres for Canandaigua project
    Morgan-LeChase Development LLC said Thursday it has closed on its acquisition of 21 acres of land across from Kershaw Park in Canandaigua for its Pinnacle North project.
  • Genesee unveils new packaging
    The Genesee Brew House on Thursday revealed an oversized version of the company’s new packaging with 7,425-square-foot custom sewn curtains wrapped around its three-story tall “beer cans” outside of the brewery on St. Paul Street.
  • Medaille College names new president
    Kenneth Macur has been named the seventh president of Medaille College, officials announced Thursday. He is to replace Richard Jurasek who announced his retirement late last year.

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