This Week
  • The interior of the Golisano Children's Hospital is starting to take shape.

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

  • Karen Pudetti left an accounting career to start Luxe Salon, Spa and Laser Center.

  • Money managers do not feel threatened by competition from banks.

  • Lawyer John Moragne learned from mentors to set his career's direction.

  • The Business Person of the Year finalists are profiled.


Poverty and jobs
Poverty is not a problem with a single solution. But clearly, job creation must play a key role.

Strength of leadership
URMC has thrived under Dr. Berk’s leadership. There’s every reason to believe it will continue to do so with Dr. Taubman as CEO.

The Glazers' legacy
Laurence and Jane Glazer did not steer clear of challenges; they embraced them.

Teachable moment
Mr. Cuomo is virtually certain to prevail in the primary, but will challenger Zephyr Teachout win enough votes to embarrass him?


In others' words, the tale of two remarkable lives
The Glazers left the community many things including the jobs they created and neighborhoods they helped to revitalize. But the truly lucky ones are those who were left with memories of the Glazers’ friendship.

Snap Poll

Most readers give Goodell poor grade
Two-thirds of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents gave NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell poor grades this week for the NFL’s response to domestic violence allegations against players. A plurality handed him an F.  

Snap Poll: Most want the GOP to control Congress
Nearly two-thirds of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents want Republicans in control of both the Senate and House of Representatives after the midterm elections.

Readers pay tribute to the Glazers
More than 110 readers responded to our call for readers to share their thoughts on Laurence and Jane Glazer—their achievements in business and their impact on the community. See dozens of comments from readers.

Snap Poll: Plurality says it's better off than in '09
A plurality of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents—44 percent—report that they’re better off financially today than they were five years ago.


Question of 'what' and 'when' will haunt Goodell
It is impossible to predict what his billionaire bosses will conclude is the best strategy to protect the league and their investments.

Letters to the Editor

Reed bill would provide key relief

Opinion Column

N.Y. should stay the course on Common Core standards
New York stumbled when it rushed the tests and incorporated the Common Core throughout all at once.

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