Recent Articles from Special to the RBJ
We’ve all been there, right? When the deadline is impossible, the workload piles up and the anger and frustration grow.
On Nov. 2, the Greater Rochester Chamber Top 100 Awards again served as a beacon for business success in Rochester, showcasing the fastest-growing, privately owned companies in the Greater Rochester region. Their success is gauged solely through revenue growth over the past three years, facilitated by our program partner KPMG. This approach levels the playing […]
“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” Ben Franklin I was having lunch with a friend, an accomplished businessperson, and asked what he thought was the critical difference between new ventures succeeding or failing? He responded, “A good business plan.” We agreed a good business plan provides lots of information in the […]
High-net-worth (HNW) investors and families most often engage in charitable giving for moral reasons, according to a Key Private Bank Advisor Poll on philanthropy.
Though I’m not a big shopper in general, being in the role of Santa Claus (even though my kids don’t believe in Santa), somehow unleashes the consumerist monster from deep in my soul.
Today’s college students are not only driven by profits and losses. They want to know their work will make an impact, help other countries, even save lives.
We checked in with six local financial institutions to find out how they are delivering the trust, personalization, and simplicity customers are looking for.
We all know that COVID was fatal or crippling for many small businesses. Formally, Vice President Kamala Harris stated that nationally, one-third of small businesses closed for that reason. Serious consequences everywhere, for sure.
Every work environment that I am aware of is also a social environment in the sense that employees and their managers in such environments routinely get together to talk about things like the performance of their preferred sports teams, issues with their families, and even their most recent sources of frustration. Sometimes, these social activities […]
As the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, lung cancer is among the most dreaded diseases.
Throughout his career Jonathan Ghent — owner of Rochester-based WritLarge PR — has told the stories of some of the world’s most iconic brands.
Mergers and acquisitions outlooks for 2024 have begun to trickle out from legal and financial firms nationwide, and early reports look positive.