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Ad shop grows with office in region

Most companies are trying to create what the Martin Group LLC innately has: the longevity and experience of an established firm intertwined with a startup mindset. The company has had its headquarters in Buffalo for 16 years. In 2014 the ...

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SSRN enjoys growth after its acquisition

It has been over a year since Social Science Research Network was acquired by Elsevier B.V., a $2 billion Netherlands-based publisher. In that time SSRN has moved to a new office, increased its staff and grown into a new market ...

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Four inductees set for ’17 class of Hall of Fame

Four area business leaders will be inducted into the Rochester Business Hall of Fame this year. The 2017 inductees are: William Levine, co-founder and president, Alleson Athletic; Victor Salerno, CEO, O’Connell Electric Co. Inc.; Robert Sands, president and CEO, Constellation ...

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Q1 revenues rise, net income dips at Transcat

Transcat Inc. this week reported an increase in first-quarter revenue, but a drop in net income. Transcat posted revenue for the quarter ended June 24 of $36.3 million, up more than 9 percent from $33.1 million in the first quarter ...

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Profile: New leader creates opportunities

Each morning, John Caruso heads to his home office, where he prepares for the workday. For Caruso, president of Rochester-based Passero Associates DPC, getting organized early in the day before heading to the office is vital to his success. “I ...

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Paychex Q4 profit rises 10%, 2017 revenues top $3B

Paychex Inc. on Wednesday reported its fourth-quarter profit rose 10 percent and its fiscal year revenues topped $3 billion. The Penfield-based company posted net income of $195.3 million, 54 cents a share, in the quarter. That compares with $178.1 million, ...

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South Korean firm agrees to buy Xerox research facility

Korea’s leading internet company has agreed to acquire Xerox Corp.’s Research Centre Europe in Grenoble, France, for an undisclosed sum. The agreement is expected to close in the third quarter. Based in Seongnam, South Korea, Naver Corp. operates the nation’s ...

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Fast Start: Black Bird Design stresses beauty of branding

We see them all the time, but only some are remembered. When it comes to signs, logos or design in general, the key is to have a point of view. That’s what Brady Fogle has set out to do with ...

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Advanced Safe & Lock moves to Norton St.

Advanced Safe & Lock Inc. has moved from its longtime Lake Avenue location to a facility on Norton Street. The move makes the company more accessible to its commercial customers in the city of Rochester, officials said. The company had ...

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Former machine operator buys company, sets growth

It may not sound romantic, but Ronald Schutt Sr. spent Valentine’s Day 2013 acquiring a company he had worked at for a quarter of a century. “The stars aligned just right and I achieved my dream of owning my own ...

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Report: Small-business job growth declines in May

The Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch index of small-business job growth declined in May to its lowest point since October 2015, while wages continued to rise. Falling to 100.34, the Small Business Jobs Index had its weakest ...

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Allen-Bailey Tag & Label acquires N.J. firm

Livingston County-based Allen-Bailey Tag & Label Inc. has purchased 60-year-old New Jersey printer Wise Tag & Label. Terms of the sale were not disclosed, but Allen-Bailey officials said the company will acquire the brand, production equipment and customer accounts in ...

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Ibero launches language and cultural services program

The Ibero American Action League has launched a language and cultural services program to address the growing need for dual-language services in Rochester. The program will include Spanish classes, translations, interpreting, cultural competence training, focus groups, and public relations and ...

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Doyle Security becomes first in N.Y. to adopt alarm program

Doyle Security Systems Inc. has become the first company in the state to implement a program that allows over 10,000 alarm users in Monroe County to receive faster and more accurate emergency responses, the company said. The Henrietta-based company has ...

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