This Week
  • North American Breweries CEO sees plenty of potential to grow again.

  • Employers honored as best workplaces find surveys of employee offer valuable insight.

  • Elizabeth Schirmer Shores uses travelers as vehicles for technology in remote locales.

  • Revenues, employment and business prospects all are growing for Vanteon Corp.

  • EO Landon Mertz has big plans for nanotechnology firm Cerion Technology.

  • The 2015 edition features an exclusive interview with Paychex CEO Martin Mucci.

Opinion
Editorials

Why fewer homeowners?
7/3/2015
The trend of declining homeownership is not new, but the fact it has not abated with the strengthening economy is striking.

The trade rules
6/26/2015
Fast-track negotiating authority should be a non-issue.

Startup rules
6/19/2015
In a recession, opportunity abounds for those with the entrepreneurial spirit. At least, that’s what a number of economists believe.

Education impact
6/12/2015
The economic importance of the Rochester region’s higher education institutions is no secret.

Snap Poll

Readers react to Supreme Court cases
7/3/2015
The majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll agree with last week’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

Economy and jobs are top election issue
6/26/2015
Nearly 80 percent of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say the issue of the economy and jobs is very important to them in deciding whom to support in the upcoming race for the White House.

Big majority concerned about cyberattack
6/19/2015
Slightly less than half of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say they have been a victim of a cyberattack. Nearly all say they are concerned that a major cyberattack could pose a serious threat to the economy or national security of the United States. Among them, 55 percent say they’re very concerned.

Majority opposes N.Y. fracking ban
6/12/2015
In a long-awaited report issued last Thursday, the federal Environmental Protection Agency said it had found no evidence that high-volume hydraulic fracturing has caused widespread harm to drinking water in the United States.

Op-Ed

For firms, King ruling means 'business as usual'
7/3/2015
It appears that the court worked very hard to find a way to interpret the act in a way that is consistent with the former.

How to minimize the risk of religious-bias claims
6/26/2015
How can an employer prevent a claim of religious discrimination from an applicant who never even asked for a religion-based accommodation?

Three letters that spell the perfect graduation gift
6/19/2015
No, if you want to give a gift that at some point be appreciated beyond all expectations, you have only one option: Give the graduate an IRA.

Awash in thoughts about the Great Lakes
6/12/2015
I decided to pay homage to the Great Lakes, for myself and all the others who take the water for granted.



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