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Anti-casino group files new lawsuit challenging project

Local residents opposed to Wimorite Inc.’s plans to build a casino in the Seneca County town of Tyre have thrown a new roadblock in the way of the $425 million Lago Resort & Casino project.

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Analysts find Xerox’s future direction unclear

The future direction of Xerox Corp. is unclear after company leaders this week announced a strategic review of its business launched by its board of directors, some analysts say. The announcement was made in conjunction with the firm’s third-quarter financial ...

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Hiring stays hot

Hiring among Rochester’s Top 100 companies will be brisk in the coming year. Nearly one-third of the 51 CEOs who responded to a survey expect double-digit increases in employment over the next 12 months, while 20 CEOs said they expect ...

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A SHARP FOCUS: Premier Laser Spa

Michael Linehan believes the sky could be the limit for his business, Premier Laser Spa. With only 1 percent of the population getting laser hair removal, Linehan sees a lot of opportunities for growth. “We can go as far as ...

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Analysts look for decline in Xerox profit

Analysts expect Xerox Corp. to report year-over-year decreases in third-quarter earnings per share and sales when the company releases its financial results Monday. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect Xerox to report earnings per share of 23 cents, down 16 ...

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Rochester attracts food service supplier

Binghamton-based Maines Food & Party Warehouse—the retail division of Maines Paper & Food Service Inc.—is expanding into Rochester.

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Setting lofty goals to live up to expectations

For 22 years Regional Distributors Inc. has supplied hotels, schools, restaurants, health care facilities and numerous other businesses with paper, food service products, janitorial supplies and cleaning equipment. The company stocks and sells thousands of products to clients across Western ...

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Uber, Lyft should operate here, most say

Nine out of 10 respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say Albany should enact legislation to allow Uber and Lyft to operate in Upstate New York.

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Food Venture Center gets $7M in funding

New York’s wine and beer industries are getting a boost with a $7 million investment announced Wednesday for Cornell University's food-research facility in Ontario County.

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CCR starts construction on activities center

Club president Mark Murphy, left, and past presidents Paul Briggs, Harlan Calkins and Thomas Hildebrandt took part in the recent groundbreaking ceremony. (Photo courtesy of the Country Club of Rochester) The Country Club of Rochester will look different in 2016. ...

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Analysts expect earnings, revenue growth for Paychex in fiscal Q1

NATE DOUGHERTY Paychex Inc. is expected to see a jump in sales for the first quarter, with analysts predicting a nearly 8 percent increase in revenue when the company announces its financial results next week. Earnings are expected to increase ...

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