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SUNY Brockport mourns former president Yu


The SUNY College at Brockport community is mourning the loss of former President Paul Yu. He died Dec. 5 at age 75 following a battle with Parkinson’s disease.

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Building with new tech

A Farmington company has begun construction of a $2 million, first-of-its-kind building in New York. New Energy Works Timberframers is using the technology of cross-laminated timber, an alternative to steel and concrete, to build an addition to its Ontario County ...

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GOP denies funds for DMV office downtown

Republicans in the Monroe County Legislature delivered a sharp rebuke to County Clerk Adam Bello a day after the Democrat held a news conference on his plans for a full-service downtown motor vehicle office. The Republicans acted to remove $52,000 ...

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Weighing the costs, benefits of cyberinsurance

Most business owners whom Valerie Corekin works with do not consider the cyberinsurance plan they are weighing as crucial to their risk management strategy as life insurance is for their personal lives. But business owners “who think that they don’t ...

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Canadian college targets area high schoolers

A Canadian college that once had a large contingent of students from the Rochester area is hoping to revive its Western New York enrollment through a new recruitment effort.

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Mindex marks partnerships with E.R. district

Mindex Technologies Inc. on Monday marked its 15-year partnership with East Rochester Union Free School District, officials said. The district was the first to use schooltool, the company’s web-based student management software.

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Ethics education essential to shaping future leaders

In the business world where integrity can raise a company above the competition, ethics courses have become a standard part of the curriculum at business schools. Given the large-scale corporate scandals resulting from a clear lack of ethics, including the ...

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