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  • 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.

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  • RIT forms partnership
    with University of Tokyo

    Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Tokyo have formed a new partnership. The two universities have signed a memorandum of understanding to facilitate the exchange of students and faculty, and to increase collaborative research activities.
  • Greece again ranks No. 1 in teacher pay
    With a median salary of $70,000, Greece again ranks No. 1 in teacher pay among the 27 public school districts in Monroe and Ontario counties. In superintendent compensation, East Irondequoit leads all other districts.
  • Readers react to Supreme Court cases
    The majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll agree with last week’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
  • Videk inks agreement with Canon Japan
    Perinton-based Videk Inc. has signed a distribution and sales agreement with Canon Japan, the local company announced Monday.
  • Constellation Brands cuts 11 positions
    Constellation Brands Inc. recently reduced its local workforce by 11 employees, but the Victor, Ontario County-based firm has more employees than it did last year.
  • Nazareth launching program for nurses
    Nazareth College has announced a faster and less expensive way for registered nurses to earn bachelor degrees, officials said.
  • Grant to aid research on vision loss
    A grant will help a scientist at the University of Rochester Medical Center study how neurodegenerative diseases, such as juvenile Batten disease, can rob people of their sight.
  • Genesee Center for the Arts & Education gets new name
    The Genesee Center for the Arts & Education has changed its name to the Rochester Arts Center, officials said Monday.
  • Black Button gin wins industry kudos
    Black Button Distilling’s Citrus Forward Gin has been named the “official gin of summer” by Food & Beverage Magazine, the company announced Monday.

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The majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll agree with last week’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

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