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Flowers from Holland When George Eastman traveled to Holland in 1890, what he saw there created a new tradition back home on East Avenue. During his visit, Eastman pedaled his bicycle past fields of tulips. He was so impressed that ...

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Calendar

The Rochester Business Journal welcomes press releases. Notices of calendar events should be submitted three weeks before the event to ensure timely publication. Send digital submissions to [email protected] FRIDAY, FEB. 5 The Referral Team Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—Free—7-8:30 ...

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People

The Rochester Business Journal accepts high-resolution color, digital photos with press releases three to four weeks before publication date. Send digital submissions to [email protected] Massage Envy Spas of Rochester/Syracuse announces the following appointments: Catherine Babiuk, wellness consultant, Greece; Lamont Curry, ...

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Young Women’s College Prep Foundation Inc. Nov. 18:  More than 500 people came together at Temple B’rith Kodesh for the fifth annual YWCP Leadership Breakfast. The event is the Young Women’s College Prep Foundation’s largest fundraiser, and the funds raised ...

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Quote of the week

“While I was at art school I was introduced to computer animation and digital tools and fell in love with that and went deep down that rabbit hole.” —Andrew Phelps, founding director of the Media, Arts, Games, Interaction and Creativity ...

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The Record

APPLICATIONS FOR AUTHORITY MONROE COUNTY 30 Bird Media LLC Processing address: 501 Clinton Square, Rochester, N.Y. 14604 Filer: Adam Wilcox NLF TS Gates LLC Processing address: c/o National Registered Agents Inc., 111 Eighth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10011 Filer: National ...

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RBJ Daily

New owners for Hyatt Local developers Morgan Management LLC and Christa Cos. have closed on the Hyatt Regency Hotel downtown in a $16 million deal. “We are excited to add this iconic property to our current portfolio,” Christa CEO David ...

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Xerox shares rise after Q4 report, decision to split company

The Street is reacting positively to Xerox Corp.’s early announcement it plans to split into two public companies. Xerox also announced a three-year strategic transformation program targeting a cumulative $2.4 billion in savings across all its segments.

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Portfolio: Transcat Inc. (NAS-TRNS)

Portfolio is a weekly report compiled from the proxy statement and annual report of a publicly held company with local headquarters or a company with a major division in the area. View this week’s Portfolio.  

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Real Estate Developers

Information was provided by individual companies in the local area of Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties that have developed non- residential real estate and responded to an email survey. Ranked by total local non- residential square footage ...

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Readers weigh in on potential pairings

Respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll were fairly evenly split between leading Democratic and Republican president candidates in potential pairings.

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Turn for the worse

Responsible lawmakers must work together to enact a long-term budget agreement that includes a sound plan for fiscal reform.

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Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women Nov. 21: Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women hosted its 13th annual Mercy Spirit Gala, Celebrating the 70’s – We Are Family.  More than 500 attendees and volunteers helped to ...

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The Record

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Catholic Family Center announces that Carolyn Portonova has been named the recipient of the Spirit of Hope Award and Fr. Michael Bausch and the Church of the Transfiguration have received the Partner in Philanthropy Award. Mirror Show ...

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RBJ Daily

Sold for a song The troubled Medley Centre—formerly the Irondequoit Mall—was auctioned off for $100,000 to developer Angelo Ingrassia, officials announced last week. Ingrassia previously owned Irondequoit Dodge. The former mall is roughly $40 million in debt, and the mall’s ...

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