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Thinking ahead

Companies that outperform the competition in the expansions following recessions typically are the ones that could clearly see the better days ahead.

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Look for signs of recovery in holiday retail spending

Black Friday will be an early test of how strongly the U.S. recovery is taking hold. Excluding food and energy items-as well as automobiles, to offset the wildly popular Cash for Clunkers program-real personal consumption spending grew at a 1.6 ...

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SPOTLIGHT: N.Y. leads the nation in outmigration

Since the beginning of this decade, no state has lost population at a faster rate than New York. That is the key finding of a recent report by the Empire Center for New York State Policy. Based on the latest ...

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Judge signs order on sale of piece of Webster project

By WILL ASTOR In a move that might or might not signal the beginning of the end for Webster developer Lawrence Frumusa’s attempts to hold onto his debt-laden real estate holdings, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John Ninfo II signed an order ...

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New fund secures $51M

DeltaPoint Capital Management LLC has closed the first offering for its newest private equity fund, including a $25 million investment from the New York State Common Retirement Fund. The Rochester firm has secured $51 million for its DeltaPoint Capital IV ...

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Trillium Group invests in Canandaigua company

The latest investment for the Trillium Group LLC is a multimillion-dollar injection this week in ClearMomentum Inc., a Canandaigua-based developer of financial analytics software for companies that report finances.

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SPOTLIGHT: A slowing decline in home prices

Home prices continued to drop in August, but the rate of decline slowed, according to First American CoreLogic Inc.’s Home Price Index. Nationally, home prices fell 10.1 percent from August 2008 to August 2009, an improvement on July’s year-over-year decline ...

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Firms merge, aim to grow assets to top $1 billion

The merger of two of Rochester's leading money management firms brings some $450 million in assets under one roof, with a goal of $1 billion, representatives said this week.

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Local mutual funds post positive returns in Q3

Of the Rochester area's 35 locally managed mutual funds, 21 posted third-quarter returns that equaled or exceeded Standard & Poor's 500-stock index.

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Home Properties declares dividend

Home Properties Inc. Wednesday afternoon declared a dividend of 67 cents a share on its common shares for the quarter ended Sept. 30.

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Spotlight: Personal income starts to edge up again

U.S. personal income grew 0.2 percent in the second quarter-a modest improvement but the first growth in a year, according to new data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. In New York, personal income rose 0.2 percent from $902.1 ...

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SBA Lenders

SBA Lenders that approved 7(a) loans to businesses in Monroe, Livingston, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties; ranked by dollar volume of 7(a) loans approved locally during the SBA's last completed fiscal year

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Spotlight: No brightening in New York’s business tax climate

New York’s business tax climate still is among the country’s worst, according to the Tax Foundation’s 2010 State Business Tax Climate Index. The index gave New York a score 3.66-the second-lowest in the nation, just above New Jersey. New York’s ...

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