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2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award: SMALL ORGANIZATIONS

Clay Carpenter Nichols Construction Team As a partner and chief financial officer of the Nichols Construction Team, Clay Carpenter wears many hats. Carpenter has been with the company since 1998. In his current role, he oversees financial operations and acts ...

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2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award: RISING STAR

Keri Curtis GateHouse Media LLC Growing up on a dairy farm outside of Utica with seven siblings, Keri Curtis learned to have a strong work ethic early in life. “I’m number six in the lineup, so I know how to ...

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2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award: Past winners

Thirty-three people have received the Financial Executive of the Year Award since the program was launched in 2008 by the Rochester chapter of the Financial Executives International and the Rochester Business Journal. 2014 Susan Gurak Monroe Community College Foundation Thomas ...

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2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award: LARGE NON-PROFITS

Thomas Ammer Villa of Hope As the vice president of finance and administration, Thomas Ammer oversees the financial matters at Villa of Hope, but he sees his work in helping those who deal with matters of the heart as having ...

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2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award: LARGE ORGANIZATIONS

Monica Savino The Bonadio Group As chief financial officer of the Bonadio Group, Monica Savino’s days vary significantly. Besides being an accounting firm, the group has 14 subsidiaries. “Sometimes my focus is accounting firm concerns and some days it’s the ...

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2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award

Fifteen financial executives from the business and non-profit sectors have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Financial Executive of the Year Award, which recognizes contributions to their organizations and the community during the past year. The awards luncheon, co-presented ...

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Winners announced in UR business plan competition

Teams of student entrepreneurs from the University of Rochester took top prizes for their ideas in the ninth annual Mark Ain Business Model Competition, UR announced Friday.

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State taps Excell Partners to manage new $2M fund

A Rochester-based venture capital firm has been tapped to manage a new $2 million investment fund launched by the state to provide seed funding to certified minority- and women-owned business enterprises.

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Scrutiny, awareness raise the stakes for employers

Stepped-up scrutiny from government regulators, growing awareness among workers of their legal rights and calls for income equality have intensified the spotlight on wage and hour law. Those factors also have raised the stakes for employers, given that not complying ...

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Accounting tools augment services, draw more customers

Small businesses often tap over-the-counter software to take care of many of the jobs that once went to accounting firms. Instead of treating those programs as competition, local accounting firms use them to augment their services and even pull in ...

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MassMutual Rochester boosts staff by 44%

David Jacowitz has been at the helm of MassMutual Rochester for only one month, but already has the insurance and financial management company on a path he said will nearly double its revenue and triple its staff within five years. ...

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N.Y. income tax makes up more than half of state taxes

Income taxes accounted for 62 cents of every tax dollar collected by New York in 2014, according to figures published April 16 by the U.S. Census. The proportion of income tax to total tax collected was second only to Oregon’s ...

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Projects boosted by bank: First Niagara provides some $28M in financing

First Niagara Financial Group Inc. has provided financing totaling more than $28 million for a pair of major projects in the city of Rochester that the bank’s leaders say will help address poverty and lead a downtown economic resurgence. The ...

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Wage growth in Rochester has started to accelerate

One of the most hotly debated public policy issues of the current economic recovery has been the anemic growth in real hourly wages. While payroll employment has rebounded strongly since the end of the Great Recession—with nearly 11 million new ...

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