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ON Semiconductor site sale complete (access required)

ON Semiconductor has completed a $6.6 million expansion at Eastman Business Park, a move expected to create 34 jobs and retain 185.

FabExchange, a private equity and divestiture partner, has completed the acquisition of ON Semiconductor’s Eastman Business Park location. Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. Marketplace shifts led to the decision to discontinue the production of the CCD image ...

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HYZON to expand Honeoye Falls facility, add 100 jobs (access required)

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Hydrogen mobility and clean energy company Hyzon Motors Inc. — which last week announced plans to go public through a merger with blank-check firm Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corp. in a deal that values the fuel-cell truck startup at $2.7 billion ...

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Pandemic impact will be long-lasting, economist tells commercial Realtors (access required)

Uncertainty with how future legislation may impact eviction and rent collection has made multifamily apartments a less desirable commodity in recent months, Stewart Title Guaranty Co. chief economist Ted Jones told a New York State Commercial Association of Realtors (photo by Kevin Oklobzija).

Flanked by iconic LeRoy Neiman artwork of Muhammad Ali on his office wall, Ted Jones provided an in-depth look at the U.S. economy for the Rochester Area Chapter of the New York State Commercial Association of Realtors on Thursday afternoon. ...

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Program aims to help women find economic empowerment (access required)

CaTyra Polland

A new program will launch in Rochester next month that is designed to help multicultural women lift their entrepreneurial game. Walker’s Legacy Foundation is the nonprofit arm of Walker’s Legacy, a digital media platform for multicultural women in business. The ...

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Aqueduct project to create live-work hub (access required)

The Aqueduct Building has sold for $4.7 million (photo courtesy of CBRE Rochester).

With remote work now a way of life for many, the developers of the Aqueduct Building district are joining forces with a progressive national real estate management firm to create a live-work hub in downtown Rochester. Peter Landers and his ...

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GRE achieves highest number of project ‘wins’ amid global pandemic (access required)

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The Greater Rochester region benefitted from $550 million in capital investments last year, resulting in more than 2,100 new jobs across 34 projects. Working with governmental and community partners across the region and state, Greater Rochester Enterprise Inc. helped drive ...

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Building, innovating talent connectivity in Greater ROC (access required)

Joseph Stefko

There’s arguably no more important element to regional economic growth than a robust talent pipeline. It’s the lifeblood of economic activity, key to sustaining expansion at thriving companies and attracting new ones. Recent work by the Brookings Institution argued that ...

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