Recent Articles from Kerry Feltner
Bills top 60,000 season tickets for the first time
The Buffalo Bills have sold 60,102 season tickets for the 2015 season, the organization announced Monday. It is the first time the team has surpassed 60,000 season tickets.
Transcat acquires San Diego company
Transcat Inc. has acquired San Diego-based Anmar Metrology Inc.—a calibration and repair firm that targets the life science and defense markets—officials announced Monday.
Rochester Top 100: Perinton IT firm builds on steady growth
With its first acquisition complete, Just Solutions Inc. already is outpacing revenue growth for last year. Company leaders expect the firm, which focuses on information technology support, service, equipment and software products, to grow upwards of 20 percent this year and 20 percent next year. The company focuses on the Rochester region and has a […]
Entrepreneur raises latest business on farm
After decades in finance, Joseph Hurley has left his cubicle to become a farm entrepreneur. Hurley worked for KPMG LLP early in his career before becoming a partner of the Bonadio Group’s tax division in 1986. He left the Perinton-based company in 2004 after his own firm, Savingforcollege.com LLC, started to take off. He established […]
Tops reports operating income, sales decline in Q2
In its fiscal second quarter Tops Holding Corp.—indirect parent of Tops Friendly Markets LLC—reported operating income for the second quarter of $16.5 million, compared with $18.8 million in the second quarter a year ago.
Digital Rochester reveals 24 finalists for GREAT Awards
Digital Rochester Inc. revealed names of 24 finalists for its fifth Annual Greater Rochester Excellence and Achievements in Technology awards.
Restaurateur named Hispanic Business Person of Year
Librada “Zury” Brown, owner of the traditional Hispanic restaurant El Pilon Criollo, has been named by the Rochester Hispanic Business Association as the 2015 Hispanic Business Person of the Year.
Apogee to hold Nikko ‘pop-up’ restaurant event
Apogee Wine Bar on Park Avenue will host a “pop-up” resurrection of Nikko, a downtown restaurant that closed last year after three years of operation, officials said.
Bills to honor Van Miller in ceremony before tonight’s game
The Buffalo Bills will honor Van Miller—the team’s longtime broadcaster—in a private ceremony at 5:45 p.m. today at the broadcast radio booth on the 50-yard line of Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Retailent announces kickoff pub crawl event Saturday
Retailent, a collaboration among local organizations to create a “Shark Tank” competition, announced details for its kickoff event, called the Envision St. Paul Pub Crawl. It’s noon to 4 p.m. Aug. 15.
Leaders at Fibertech pass the baton
Frank Chiaino, left, and John Purcell grew Fibertech Networks into a $200 million ï¬rm with 350 employees. (Photo courtesy of Fibertech Networks) In 2000, a pair of cable and telecom industry veterans saw a way to disrupt one slice of the telecommunications market. Frank Chiaino founded Fibertech Networks LLC, with John Purcell joining him soon […]
Fast Start: A resource for the research of play
Beth Lathrop, 38, is the director of libraries for the Strong Museum of Play. (Photo by Kimberly McKinzie) Some days she sifts through picture books, digitizes the world’s top video game literature or tests new games. No matter what the day, play is part of Beth Lathrop’s life. Lathrop, 38, is the director of […]