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Streamlined payment systems improve business inside and out (access required)

As both our personal and professional worlds become increasingly digitized, sticking to old cash-and-check payment systems means businesses are losing time and money. Even for companies that are already accepting card payments, investing in modernized and integrated processes improves efficiency; ...

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Rochester Chamber launches career job board (access required)

The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce recently launched Greater ROC Careers, a job board for both employers and job-seekers. The job board focuses solely on jobs in the Rochester region and provides a means for employers and job-seekers to connect.   ...

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Hyzon Motors completes business combination, trades on Nasdaq (access required)

Rochester’s Hyzon Motors USA Inc. has completed its business combination with Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corp. and has begun trading on the Nasdaq Global Select market under the symbols HYZN and HYZNW. As part of the business completion, Decarbonization Plus has ...

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The road ahead: Smart ways to decarbonize buildings in New York (access required)

Buildings are energy intensive. Currently, space heating and hot water are directly carbon-intensive, burning natural gas or, where gas is not available, burning heating oil or propane. Building cooling systems run on electricity, which is indirectly carbon-intensive, because when everyone ...

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U.S.-Canadian border could open as soon as mid-August (access required)

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday that fully vaccinated U.S. travelers could be allowed to cross the Canadian border as early as mid-August. On July 15, the prime minister’s office released a summary of Trudeau’s 33rd call with Canadian premiers regarding ...

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Wayne County entrepreneurs eligible for startup funding (access required)

The Wayne Economic Development Corp. has opened applications for its Startup Pitch Competition, open to all Wayne County residents with a business in the concept stage or with fewer than three years in operation and less than $250,000 in annual ...

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Vanteon settles in to new Pittsford headquarters (access required)

Vanteon, an electronic systems design and engineering product development firm, has christened its new headquarters in Pittsford. Founded in 1985, Vanteon has 32 employees and specializes in wireless solutions as well as providing collaborative support for engineering product development. The company ...

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OSCP Motion Sensing designs more reliable, efficient technology for self-driving vehicles (access required)

OSCP Motion Sensing Inc. is one of ten finalist companies with optics, imaging and photonics-enabled technologies that’s working with NextCorps’ Luminate NY accelerator as part of its fourth cohort. Each company received an initial investment of $100,000 and is participating in the six-month program, which helps the ...

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Local banks strive to make online banking safe, but customers must do their part (access required)

Online and mobile banking has become the dominant way Americans interact with their banks and credit unions in recent years. This uptick in online banking has brought cybersecurity and data protection to the forefront of the banking industry, but local experts say customers ...

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St. Ann’s receives state funding to address nursing concerns (access required)

St. Ann’s Community will receive $100,000 in state funding to assist in recruitment and training of certified nursing assistants. Assemblymember Jen Lunsford (D-Fairport) helped secure the money, which will enable St. Ann’s to better address staff needs. A new state ...

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M Squared Foundation seeks to foster nonviolence (access required)

In July 1993, Michael Nelson Sr., a Desert Storm veteran, was murdered in Rochester in a case of mistaken identity. He had been home from war less than two years. Twenty-one years later, Nelson’s son, Michael Jr., was murdered in ...

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