- Chicago software firm acquires Kodak business
A Chicago-based firm has acquired an Eastman Kodak Co. business, the companies announced Wednesday.
- Decorating firm considers appeal of Golisano yacht work ruling
Decorator Norma Goldman and Vitoch Interiors Ltd. are weighing an appeal of a ruling denying their bid to throw out Paychex Inc. chairman Thomas Golisano’s court complaint accusing them of overcharging for refurbishing his luxury yacht, their attorney said Wednesday.
- Public Health Institute CEO to discuss care inequities at RIT
Mary Pittman, CEO and president of the Public Health Institute, will discuss health care inequities among the vulnerable during a public appearance at Rochester Institute of Technology Friday.
- 'Absolutely Abby' featured at upcoming workshop
The Rochester Professional Consultants Network will play host to Abby Kohut for a workshop on “Using Your Brand to Move From New to Known.”
- Frontier Communications reports widening Q1 loss
Frontier Communications Corp. reported a net loss of $186 million or 16 cents a share in its first quarter, widening the gap from last year’s net loss of $51 million or 5 cents a share a year ago.
- Kodak Alaris seeks new CEO, appoints interim leader
Kodak Alaris Holdings Ltd. is looking for a new CEO, company officials said Tuesday.
- Harris reports increase in Q3 profit, sales
Harris Corp. continues to benefit from its multibillion acquisition last year of Exelis Inc., reporting on Tuesday increases in its year-over-year third-quarter profit and sales.
- Health care focus of Digital Rochester event
Digital Rochester Inc. is slated to hold an event May 12 to discuss population health—evaluating the status of health care locally, officials said.
- Pet Supplies Plus to hold opening event for Greece store
Pet Supplies Plus LLC—a national retailer of pet products—plans an opening event May 7 and 8 at its Greece store at 3177 Latta Road.
Snap Poll: State of the city is 'fair,' majority say|
More than half of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say the city of Rochester is in “fair” condition, and a plurality says the state of the city is unchanged compared with two years ago.
Skepticism is cheap|
Even the skeptics must be impressed with the redevelopment activity under way in downtown Rochester today.
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The strength of the rural economy rests upon growing, making and creating products that people want to eat, buy and use.
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