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I am a reporter for the Rochester Business Journal. I cover telecommunications, technology, Internet/software/hardware, optics and photonics, advertising/marketing/PR, media, environment, architecture, construction, sports, security, Rochester colleges and universities, breweries, wineries, tourism and the paper's Fast Start section.

ButaPub opens in South Wedge

ButaPub—an American pub with Asian-inspired cuisine—opened Wednesday, adding roughly 20 jobs to the local economy.

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Unemployment down from year ago

Rochester’s unemployment rate in October declined to 5.5 percent from 6.6 percent a year earlier, the Department of Labor reported Tuesday. That is the lowest October jobless rate since 2008.

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Doyle Security acquires Honeoye security firm

Doyle Security Systems Inc.—a provider of security, fire and safety systems—has acquired the accounts of Dakota Systems Inc., adding roughly 300 accounts to the company’s portfolio.

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Technology streamlines operations

The Regional Transit Service spent $1.7 million to put technology improvements into the new RTS Transit Center that streamline operations and provide enhanced service. The facility is expected to serve some 20,000 people a day. Technology is a key part ...

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Roberts Communications appoints new president

Roberts Communications Inc. has appointed Katrina Busch as its president. CEO William Murtha, who also held the role of president, will remain as chief executive of the communications firm. Busch first joined the firm in 1996. “What I’m most excited ...

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Acquisitions stoke its growth

The CEO of Logical Operations Inc., William Rosenthal, sleeps better knowing Bill Gates worries about the same things he does. “We are a company built around disruption,” he said. “You’ve got Google, Microsoft, Oracle—these are multibillion-dollar companies. If they don’t ...

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Fast Start: Building a community of musical kids

At 26, Alexander Pena, a first-generation Mexican American, seeks to make classical music as accessible for others as it was for him. A native of Mission Viejo, Calif., Pena spent half his childhood in California and the other half in ...

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Event will highlight art of creating–anything

Makers—loosely defined as those who create things—from across the region are coming to Rochester to demonstrate their hands-on capabilities. The inaugural Rochester Mini Maker Faire is slated for Nov. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Joseph A. ...

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