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  • Joseph Klein is back at the helm of Klein Steel.

  • Before senior parents move in with adult children, many factors should be discussed.

  • Wendi Heinzelman is the first female dean at UR's school of engineering and applied sciences.

  • Mirror Show Management builds its trade show business.

  • Jackie Driscoll's acumen for interior design started in childhood.

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

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  • Windstream to cut 50 positions
    here in EarthLink merger

    Windstream Holdings Inc. made some major staffing changes in connection to the upcoming closing of its $1.1 billion merger with Atlanta-based EarthLink Holdings Corp., officials announced Friday. 
  • Most readers oppose Wegmans boycott
    A large majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll oppose calls to boycott Wegmans Food Markets Inc. for selling Trump Winery products in some of its stores. 
  • Slaughter tours new intermodal station
    Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-Perinton, toured Rochester’s new intermodal station this week, touting its progress since work began to transform the facility in October 2014.
  • Vuzix signs deal with Toshiba unit
    Vuzix Corp. has signed an agreement with Tokyo-based Toshiba Client Solutions Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Toshiba Corp., to build a pair of smart glasses.
  • Walsh Duffield insurance agencies to move to armory
    The recent consolidation of several Rochester-area insurance agencies under the banner of the Walsh Duffield Cos Inc. goes the next step as all Rochester operations plan a move to the Culver Road Armory.
  • J.C. Penney announces store closings
    J.C. Penney Co. Inc. will close 130-140 stores in the next few months as part of a strategy to return the firm to profitability, officials announced Friday.
  • Radio Social appoints head chef
    Radio Social has appointed Steven Eakins, a Rochester native, as head chef of its in-house restaurant, He will transition to the role in March.
  • Local chamber names new executive director
    A former marketing and circulation executive has been tapped to lead the Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce.
  • Hickey Freeman to add 50 jobs to factory here
    Hickey Freeman Tailored Clothing Inc. will add 50 jobs to its Rochester factory to support a new clothing line for Trunk Club Inc., a Nordstrom Inc.-owned clothing service, U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, announced Thursday.
  • Napier an honoree for Trailblazer Moms award
    She Runs It, a New York City-based nonprofit that focuses on women leadership, has named Sharon Napier, CEO of Partners + Napier Inc., one of five honorees up for the 2017 Trailblazer Working Mothers of the Year, officials announced this week.
  • RIT students in video game building event
    Starting Thursday, five Rochester Institute of Technology graduate students from the university’s game design and development program are participating in a 52-hour video game building event. The “Train Jam” event takes place on an Amtrak train from Chicago to California.

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