The ideal time for a change in leadership isn’t when it’s necessary, but rather when it’s right. For Partners + Napier, that time is now. With the firm on pace for its best revenue year ever, Sharon Napier is passing ...Read More »
Less than a year into his five-year appointment as dean of University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education, Anand Marri is stepping down. In a daily newsletter to the UR community, a notice about Marri said he will do research ...Read More »
Bergmann’s ongoing plan of strategic, measured growth is continuing with the acquisition of Pennsylvania-based Johnsrud Architects. The addition of Johnsrud means Bergmann will add pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients to its reach. Based in Trevose, Pa., Johnsrud provides specialized expertise in ...Read More »
Mirror Show Management has enhanced its services and expanded its client base with the acquisition of a Pennsylvania-based firm, Creative Display Solutions. Maureen Borzacchiello, who founded Creative Display Solutions in 2001, will join Mirror Show Management as director of global ...Read More »
Grant applications will be accepted starting Tuesday for Five Star Bank’s new Progress in Action initiative that will help low-income families in economically vulnerable neighborhoods — one block at a time. Five Star Bank announced formation of the program in May ...Read More »
For years, people in Rochester have lamented the “brain drain,” meaning the trend of young people leaving Rochester as soon as they finish college. Now there’s an app to fight that. County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced on Monday that the ...
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The long-awaited, $45 million Schottland Family Branch of the YMCA of Greater Rochester opened Monday amid much fanfare. As hundreds of individuals swam, ran or played ball, dozens of others attended a ribbon-cutting that was held in one of the ...Read More »
Attorneys representing the University of Rochester in a sexual harassment case last week revealed the names of 23 potential witnesses whom the court had previously ruled could remain unidentified. Though the names of the witnesses are known to both sides, ...Read More »
Wegmans opened its 100th store on Sunday, ushering thousands of North Carolinians into the “Wegmans way.” The store in Raleigh is the first of six the Rochester-based grocery store chain has planned for North Carolina, including one in West Cary ...Read More »
Tompkins Insurance Agencies received the 2019 Excellence in Social Media Award from the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents. The award recognizes the member agency that uses non-traditional communication tools to effectively further the goals of the organization. “Our goal ...Read More »
The Strong National Museum of Play has received a nearly $1 million grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The museum was the only project to receive the Chairman’s Special Award. The $700,000 funding will support the implementation of ...Read More »
Kodak Alaris Inc. is launching a new wave of network-connected scanning solutions as an effort to cater to client demands. The Alaris Infuse Smart Connected Scanning Solution and the Kodak Scan Station 730EX Plus Scanner automate business processes by connecting ...
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The average wage-earner cannot comfortably afford a median-priced home in Monroe County, according to recent analysis of housing information by Attom Data Solutions. That mirrors the nationwide trend, which showed wage-earners in 371 of 498 counties analyzed could not afford ...Read More »
L3Harris Technologies Inc. has agreed to pay a $13 million fine for arms export violations that occurred prior to Harris Corp.’s merger with L3 Technologies Inc. A proposed charging letter from the U.S. State Department to L3Harris Chairman and CEO ...Read More »
Rochester manufacturer WorldWide Electric Corp. has appointed a Rochester Institute of Technology graduate as its next president and CEO. Jim Taylor most recently served as president and CEO at Skydex Technologies, a Colorado-based manufacturer of impact and vibration solutions. He ...
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