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The top 10 online stories of 2012

Rochester Business Journal
January 4, 2013

This is a recap of the 10 most-read articles posted in 2012 on RBJdaily.com, based on pageviews.

1. Cupcake shop to close as owner focuses on frosting, book
(December 6, 2012)

2. New class picked for 18th year of Forty Under 40
(September 14, 2012)

3. Eastview restaurant celebrates grilled cheese
(October 10, 2012)

4. Kodak realigns management as bankruptcy progresses
(July 10, 2012)

5. Canandaigua home ranks as most expensive sold locally in '11
(April 5, 2012)

6. Finger Lakes region gets largest economic development award
(December 19, 2012)

7. Six area firms honored as Best Companies to Work for
(January 3, 2012)

8. Longtime writers Matthews, Hare and Marcotte to leave D&C
(April 2, 2012)

9. David Klein to join University of Rochester for $1 annual salary
(October 1, 2012)

10. Kodak to end retiree benefits on Dec. 31
(October 11, 2012)

1/4/13 (c) 2013 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email service@rbj.net.


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