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Many sources trigger new product development

Rochester-area small businesses rely on various strategies to develop new products without breaking the bank. Some use customer requests as a jumping-off point for expanding the product line, while others tap in-house talent instead of consultants or seek external guidance ...

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Banquet and Meeting Facilities, Part 1

Information was provided by individual establishments that responded to an email survey. The survey included banquet/meeting facilities in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans, Wayne and Wyoming counties that are open to the public. Ranked by maximum room capacity, banquet-style.   ...

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Self-management includes some tough challenges

People regularly ask me, “What are the most common issues you see leaders struggling with?” All leaders grapple at times with business uncertainties, personnel issues, economic fears and personal family concerns. But the most chronic leadership struggles have to do ...

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Rochester Top 100: Webster landscaping firm continues to climb

For going on 35 years, Birchcrest Tree & Landscape Inc. has grown bigger as it has trimmed. The Webster-based landscaping company started as a one-man operation, with owner and master arborist David Dailey Jr. doing residential landscaping and tree work. ...

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Be a ‘conscious capitalist’to benefit others, self

I just finished a phenomenal book titled “Red Notice” by Bill Browder. It is a hair-raising and eye-opening real-life account of the moral depravity of Mr. Putin and his kleptocratic cronies. It is also a tale of heartbreaking injustice and ...

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What to do when social media raise red flags on a potential hire

“After we extended an offer to a candidate—and after that candidate quit her other job—one of our staff members discovered a Facebook post from her that we found very worrisome—something that our clients might find insulting. It was made in ...

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VirtualScopics posts bigger loss for Q4, year

VirtualScopics Inc. on Thursday reported a net loss for the fourth quarter of $1.1 million, or 38 cents a share, compared with a net loss of $1 million, or 35 cents a share, in the fourth quarter a year ago.

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Rochester Top 100: Experts at determining what things are worth

Terence Griswold, second from left, co-founded the firm in 1988. With him, from left, are fellow managing directors Gregory Sullivan, Scott Brace Jr., Keith Smith and Hugh Woodside. (Photo by Kimberly McKinzie) What is a glacier worth? While that might ...

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Alaris, UR partner to digitize Susan B. Anthony letters

Kodak Alaris Inc. has partnered with the University of Rochester to digitize a large collection of correspondence between suffragist Susan B. Anthony and her friend and colleague, Rachel Foster Avery.

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Holy Sepulchre names CFO

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery & Ascension Garden has appointed Cathy Vail as chief financial officer. She replaces Lynn Sullivan, who became CEO last summer.

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Bonadio to expand Perinton offices

The Bonadio Group is expanding its offices, increasing its Bushnell’s Basin space by 18 percent to make room for 30 local employees.

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Emergency heating fund program gets $410,000 in donations

A program that helps Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. and New York State Electric & Gas Corp. customers who are facing an energy emergency got donations of $410,000, officials announced last week.

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Trust and teamwork, good habits and goals boost success

“The relentless drive to be successful for each other. … We really care about each other. We work for each other. … We want to be the best for a reason.” –Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson Like many football fans, ...

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