Xerox Announces $542 Million Repurchase of Shares from Carl C. Icahn and Affiliates
Hyzon to pay $25M penalty to settle fraud charges by SEC
Hyzon Motors Inc. will pay a $25 million civil penalty to settle fraud charges filed by the SEC over misleading business practices.
Presenting the 2023 Power List for Health Care
The Rochester Business Journal’s Power List for Health Care includes individuals who have played a significant role in helping to improve the health of the Rochester community.
Levine Center teams up with area musicians for Concert to End Hate
The concert will feature music from RPO trumpeter Herb Smith, Strings for Success and the Eastman Youth Jazz Orchestra.
- We can make Russia pay Ukraine literally for needlessly starting a war
- Bridging the gap between startups and manufacturers key to boosting Rochester’s innovation economy
- Networking is about more than simply being liked | Guest Opinion
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- From mining to recycling: Embracing the clean industrial revolution in Rochester
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Columns and Features
US Department of Labor proposal would significantly increase salary thresholds for exempt employees | Law
The Department most recently updated the salary threshold for the white-collar exemptions in 2019 when it set the amount at $684 per week, or $35,568 on an annual basis.
It appears we could be seeing a revival of once torrid Bills-Dolphins rivalry
We hear football players talk about the 24-hour rule all the time. You get a day to celebrate your victory or mourn your loss, and then it’s time to focus on the next opponent, the next game.
Primary Care: The foundation of individual and population health
Primary care is foundational for both individual and population health, and the most common entry point to health care specialty services from orthopedics to geriatrics.
We need laws and regulations that protect our safety and freedom | Environmental Business
I think I ought to begin this column with a trigger warning, because it’s going to challenge some ideas that many Americans hold dear.
Gritty cities and the opportunities in a postindustrial world | Architecturally Speaking
Critics often compare metropolises and cities, commenting that all cities aspire to become a metropolis. Some are very comfortable separating from that idea.
New technologies now a critical part of Rochester’s architecture, engineering, construction industries
It’s an exciting time in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry when it comes to scaling up with technology.
Construction industry picks up as pandemic recedes and prices stabilize
As we close out Q3 of the year, what is the temperature like in the Rochester region’s construction and development industry?
Saving early is the best way to guarantee enough income in retirement
The greatest risk to retirement is inflation. Relying only on a pension or an annuity is like working at a job that never gives you a raise.