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Rochester Top 100: Company lays down a record of fast growth

Christian Flooring of New York Inc. opened its first retail store on West Henrietta Road in 2010. Since then, the company has added two more locations. The Webster store opened on Ridge Road in 2012 and the Greece store followed ...

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Digitronik gears up for its best year yet

After five years of steady growth, Digitronik Development Labs Inc. is primed for 2016 to be its best year. The firm, which does business as Digitronik Labs, next year will open a Buffalo office, launch its first hardware product and ...

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Ex-CEO of fast-growing firm faces lawsuit

After a four-year run in which he led and helped engineer the transformation of a tiny local home care agency into a powerhouse, Marco Altieri left two weeks ago to head a startup rival agency. The move touched off a ...

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Analysts look for decline in Xerox profit

Analysts expect Xerox Corp. to report year-over-year decreases in third-quarter earnings per share and sales when the company releases its financial results Monday. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect Xerox to report earnings per share of 23 cents, down 16 ...

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RCSD’s efforts to improve gain momentum

Bolgen Vargas is not ready to celebrate. The superintendent of the Rochester City School District has been overseeing a wide-ranging effort to improve student performance, boosting test scores and graduation rates, while making efforts to better align the district’s resources. ...

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Rochester Top 100: Cheribundi finds sweet spot with retailers

The increased popularity of cherry juice has begun to bear fruit for cheribundi Inc. The firm in Geneva, Ontario County, makes tart cherry juices that are sold to individual consumers, professional sports teams and other customers at stores across the ...

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Pitoniak honored

Rochester Business Journal sports columnist Scott Pitoniak has earned first-place honors in the Professional Football Writers of America’s 2015 Dick Connor Writing Awards. Pitoniak won in the columns category, with two of his pieces tied for first place: “Reflections on ...

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On a roll, Paychex looks ahead to more growth opportunities

All signs are pointing up for Paychex Inc. The Penfield-based payroll and human resources services company held its annual meeting Wednesday, outlining a year that saw total revenue grow 9 percent to $2.7 billion and looking forward to what company ...

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EagleDream signs partnership with Medline

Still in its first year of operation, EagleDream Health Inc. is creating momentum by partnering with Illinois-based Medline Industries Inc., a firm with over $8 billion in annual revenues. The deal has been in the works for close to a ...

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Willow to expand, respond to urgent need

Willow Domestic Violence Center is close to its goal of completing an $8 million upgrade and is calling on the community to help finish the rest. The organization this week announced the public period of its campaign, which has raised ...

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Panelists caution on ACA reporting needs

Panelists had this message for attendees of the Rochester Business Journal’s Sept. 29 Health Care Reform Power Breakfast: Watch out! For employers who expected the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to succumb to court challenges or to be scrubbed ...

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Rochester attracts food service supplier

Binghamton-based Maines Food & Party Warehouse—the retail division of Maines Paper & Food Service Inc.—is expanding into Rochester.

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