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Client needs dictate decision to send some tasks overseas

Outsourcing services is one way to manage growing costs for some businesses. The decision to go offshore, however, is not for every legal or accounting shop and often is driven by a client’s needs.   "We have an offshore operation. ...

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Growing demand for mix of services lends favorable outlook

Rochester-area law and accounting firms are experiencing growing demand for services related to a broad range of issues, from government regulation to the need to outsource particular functions.   The growth has prompted the firms to hire or redeploy attorneys ...

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Private Companies

The local area is Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties. Ranked by total number of local employees.

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Private-Sector Employers, Part 2

Information was provided by individual companies that responded to an email or telephone survey.  Ranked by total number of local employees.

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Private-Sector Employers, Part 1

Information was provided by individual organizations that responded to an email or telephone survey in addition to SEC fillings and other sources. Ranked by total number of local employees.

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Monro Muffler misses earnings expectations for quarter

Monro Muffler Brake Inc. reported an increase in sales for the third quarter but fell short of Street earnings estimates, a result of consumers delaying purchases and spending less on maintenance and repair.

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Woman-Owned Businesses

The survey contacted woman-owned businesses in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local full-time employees.

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LeBeau agrees to pay to settle Labor Department probe

Local promoter James LeBeau has agreed to pay four Frontier Field workers $74,000 to settle a state Department of Labor prevailing wage investigation, department spokesman Leo Rosales said.

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Her third-generation business is going places

Katharine Van Zile is president and owner of the company founded by Fayette Van Zile in 1911, but make no mistake: Van Zile Travel Service is not her grandfather’s travel agency.   Van Zile, who is known as Kate, says ...

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Veteran-Owned Businesses

In case of ties, companies are ranked by number of local part-time employees. Information was provided by individual firms that responded to an email survey.

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IBC honors RF Communications, Freed Maxick at expo

Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division was named Exporter of the Year, and Freed Maxick CPAs P.C. earned the 2012 Best International Service Provider award at the International Business Council’s 21st Annual Trade Banquet & Expo Tuesday night.

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Hammer Packaging breaks ground on HQ expansion

Hammer Packaging Inc. is adding 13,000 square feet to its headquarters in Henrietta, and a third variable sleeve offset printing press to make it the world’s largest user of that technology, company officials said. The expansion will be on the south side of its existing 90,000-square-foot headquarters at Lucius Gordon Drive.

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