Poised for photonics success
Rochester Business Journal StaffApril 14, 2017
A victory for gay workers
Rochester Business Journal StaffApril 7, 2017
Celebrate health care
Rochester Business Journal StaffMarch 31, 2017
The 15th annual Health Care Achievement Awards provided an excellent opportunity to recognize the great work people are doing to keep this community healthy.
A boost for electric cars
Rochester Business Journal StaffMarch 24, 2017
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced a $70 million program to provide electric car rebates and pay for an outreach initiative—another step toward greater market acceptance.
Most readers support plan for Parcel 5
Majority: Firing hurts corruption fight
This month President Donald Trump fired Preet Bharara as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York after the prosecutor reportedly declined to resign. Roughly 67 percent of respondents to this week’s RBJ Snap Poll expect his departure to hurt efforts to reduce corruption in New York.
Snap Poll: RG&E, area officials get good grades
A large majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Snap Poll gave positive ratings for the performance of both Rochester Gas and Electric and officials for their performance during and after the recent windstorm.
Readers weigh in on region's top assets
National media often portray the Upstate New York economy in a negative light. And by some economic yardsticks, the upstate region—including Rochester—lags many other metropolitan areas.
Automation and job losses: Which way now?
Many observers of the American workplace are concerned about the malign impact that automation is having and will continue to have on the demand for labor.
Can Trump restore trust in government?
The usual explanations offered for the Trump earthquake of 2016 include bigotry, Russian hacking, fake news, FBI Director James Comey and xenophobia. But a pivotal factor behind Trump’s victory is that Americans have become ever more distrustful of government insiders.
Can Trump bring back U.S. manufacturing jobs?
Trying to recreate the U.S. manufacturing sector of the 1950s and 1960s would be difficult and costly.
Upstate New York deserves ridesharing too
Rochester is a vibrant and growing community worthy of ridesharing.