This Week
  • Christa and Morgan target a July start for the $7 million East Ave. development.

  • Health care professional Carla D'Angelo's wish is to one day make volunteering her career.

  • Glenn Kellogg opened Hart's Local Grocers two years ago in the East End.

  • Avani Technology Solutions has grown to a predicted $26 million in revenues by the end of this year.

  • What the new fiduciary rule means for financial professionals and their clients.

  • The Schools Report Card has rankings for 27 districts and more than 250 schools.

Opinion
Editorials

A very small step
6/24/2016
In the last days of the legislative session, few thought leaders would take action on ethics reform, yet they did.

A win for downtown
6/17/2016
WinnCompanies remains committed to the Sibley Building, and this week officially launched its $200 million redevelopment project.

The productivity puzzle
6/10/2016
Slow productivity growth has marked the period since the recovery began a half-dozen years ago.

Stuck at the curb
6/3/2016
How do you solve a problem like Uber and Lyft? New York lawmakers have been grappling with that question.

Ednotes

The elusive digital news business model
6/24/2016
Belief in the digital future remains nearly universal in the newspaper industry today.

Is City Hall open to another idea for Parcel 5?
6/10/2016
Urban parks or central squares serve as a gathering place and are a destination for both residents and visitors.

Snap Poll

Readers give Clinton edge
over Trump in Snap Poll

6/24/2016
If the 2016 presidential election were held today, Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the top vote-getter among RBJ Daily Report readers.

Snap Poll: School spending levels get poor grade
6/17/2016
A large majority of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents say per-pupil spending on public school education in New York is too high. This compares with 13 percent who say it’s about right, and just 3 percent who think schools should spend more.

Snap Poll: Albany corruption is 'serious' problem
6/10/2016
All RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents say they think corruption in state government is a serious problem for New York, with 89 percent saying it’s “very serious,” and 11 percent saying it’s “somewhat serious.”

Snap Poll: Jazz Festival is favorite summer event
6/3/2016
Rochester offers a bounty of special events each summer, and this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll asked readers to name their favorites. Top-ranked in terms of votes cast in this week’s poll was the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival.

Op-Ed

What the Email Privacy Act means for firms
6/3/2016
The Email Privacy Act takes a bold leap by preserving the privacy of stored electronic communications.

Opinion Column

A stronger defense against trade secret theft
6/17/2016
Trade secret theft by departing employees is a significant problem.

Should the U.K. go it alone? How about the U.S.?
6/17/2016
Just like the U.K., we’re better off in the world than outside it. We can go it alone, but both sides of the transaction pay a price.



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