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E-chx taps former Paychex VP as CEO

E-Chx Inc. has appointed former Paychex Inc. vice president Tony Tortorella as its president and CEO. Tortorella had served as vice president for sales for the human resources division of Paychex until leaving the company this year.

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Xerox reports changes to ACS purchase agreement

New wording in the proposed agreement between Xerox Corp. and Texas-based Affiliated Computer Services Inc. limits the decision-making power of ACS’ founder.

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Continuous training, smart delivery benefit both companies, workers

Recent news stories have mentioned enrollment increases at area colleges as workers go back to school to develop new skills, enhance current talents and even launch completely new careers. Employers should take note of this trend, because workers will be ...

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Street expects profit, sales to dip at Paychex

Paychex Inc. is scheduled to report results next week for a quarter in which the company’s chief executive has noted the first positive economic signs in months. Jonathan Judge, CEO of the Penfield-based payroll and human resources services company, said ...

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Harris Interactive regains Nasdaq compliance

Harris Interactive Inc. announced Tuesday it has regained compliance with the Nasdaq Global Market requirements by trading at more than Nasdaq’s minimum of $1 a share.

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Grant Makers

Grant Makers includes private and public foundations that are based in Monroe County and gave at least one grant to an individual or organization in Monroe, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans or Wayne counties; ranked by total grants paid

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OSHA targets O’Connell with 14 violations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is proposing to hit O'Connell Electric Co. Inc. with fines totaling $88,200 over alleged safety violations resulting in a worker suffering burns.

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Document Security Systems narrows loss in Q3

Document Security Systems Inc. narrowed its third-quarter net loss by 64 percent and pumped up revenues by 53 percent, the anti-counterfeit technology firm announced after the market closed Monday.

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Rochester firms picked for ICCC program

Two Rochester companies are among those selected to participate in the Inner City Capital Connections program Wednesday and Thursday in New York City, officials announced this week.

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Veteran-Owned Businesses

Veteran-Owned Businesses, in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local full-time employees

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Guard your network and accounts from cybercriminals

"A criminal is a person with predatory instincts without sufficient capital to form a corporation." -Howard Scott I could not believe my ears! The story being told by a client was yet another reason why I know it is impossible ...

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Leonard’s Express keeps on truckin’

While the trucking industry reels from the recession and record-high unemployment numbers, one local transportation company has been on a growth trajectory. Leonard’s Express Inc. has added dozens of staffers in the last year and recently opened a $500,000, 25,000-square-foot ...

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Mengel to receive accounting honor

Richard Mengel, founding partner of Rochester accounting firm Mengel, Metzger, Barr & Co. LLP, is to be inducted into the Rochester Chapter of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Hall of Fame on Monday, the organization announced Friday.

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