Too often businesses hit by disaster—whether a natural disaster or a man-made occurrence—will close permanently. But with adequate planning—and some help from financial institutions—closure can be avoided. Lenders said that a business with a good relationship with its bank and ...Read More »
Boomers beware! Poor estate planning could reduce the assets you leave behind—or eliminate them altogether. U.S. baby boomers are projected to pass $30 trillion in assets to their heirs over the next 30 to 40 years, according to a study ...Read More »
Prince, or the artist formerly known as Prince, or whatever his name ultimately was, made headlines throughout his life for his talent and eccentricities. However, the headlines after his death in 2016 revolved around the fact that he died with ...Read More »
Given end-of-the-year excesses, it may not be far-fetched to suggest that what truly scared the heck out of Ebenezer Scrooge was a single, harsh reality: Despite his disdain for wasteful spending and frivolity, he failed to plan ahead. Now that ...Read More »
The explosion in the use of exchange-traded funds (EFTs) over the past 15 years constitutes a revolution in the investment world. ETFs have done much to democratize investing by making the financial markets more easily accessible to retail investors, often ...Read More »
Local officials have announced a $550,000 state grant to help fund improvements to Frontier Field. Planned improvements include a new 360 degree concourse, kids’ area, beer and wine garden and an expanded party space, among others. The Empire State Development’s ...
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Kevin Morgan, former vice president of Morgan Management, pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to conspiracy to commit bank fraud. Morgan, 42, is facing a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a fine of $250,000. Prosecutors said that, ...Read More »
Alex Wirth owns and operates two businesses — Yellow Haus Bicycles, at 987 Monroe Ave., and RocTerra, an environmental consulting firm. In this episode, he talks about the details of starting, running and sustaining a small business. Subscribe to our ...Read More »
The Martin Luther King Jr. Park ice rink will offer free ice skating through the end of the year thanks to an additional donation from Wegmans Food Markets. The free ice skating had been scheduled to conclude Sunday at the end ...Read More »
Karen Magnuson, executive editor of the Democrat and Chronicle, is leaving the newspaper on Jan. 2. The decision was announced in an article posted on the newspaper’s website Thursday morning. Magnuson “voluntarily accepted an early retirement package from Gannett Co. ...
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Rochester Museum & Science Center is all about STEM this holiday season and making this month a DeSTEMber to Remember. Saturday is the last day to explore the STEM field through a Winter Solstice Celebration. Guests can get up close ...Read More »
Looking for a fun activity for the family on Christmas Eve? Come out to the Multi-Use Community Cultural Center for “A Dickens Christmas Party.” Directed by Philip Frey, ShakeCo will perform songs, games and a reading of Dickens’ “A Christmas ...Read More »