This Week
  • GM injection: The automaker has invested $150 million here since 2011.

  • East High School teacher and blogger Kelly LaLonde speaks out about education.

  • HBT Architects took a risk and parted with some clients on its new path.

  • Placing a loved one in an elder care facility is not an easy decision for caregivers.

  • Robert W. Hurlbut heads a 1,400-employee business started by his grandparents.

  • The new edition of Explore Greater Rochester is here.

Daily News

  • Valeant files complaints with U.S., Canadian regulators against Allergan
    Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. has lodged complaints with U.S. and Canadian regulators to take Allergan Inc. to task for claiming Valeant vastly is overstating Bausch & Lomb’s sales performance, Valeant officials said Monday.
  • Xerox names chief marketing officer
    Xerox Corp. said Monday it has named John Kennedy as chief marketing officer and vice president, effective July 28. Kennedy, who will be based at Xerox’s Connecticut headquarters, previously worked for IBM Corp.  
  • $250M contract with URMC prompts firm's move
    Medline Industries Inc.’s plans to put a distribution center in Brockport stem from a contract it inked with the University of Rochester Medical Center, Medline officials said Monday.
  • Q2 net income declines for Northwest Bancshares
    Second-quarter profit at Northwest Bancshares Inc. fell 6 percent, the result of deterioration in several commercial credits, with earnings per share falling 2 cents short of Wall Street estimates.
  • N.Y. proposes framework for virtual currency
    A regulatory framework has been proposed for New York’s virtual currency businesses to protect consumers, and to prevent money laundering and breeches to cyber security, officials announced last week.
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