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Work heats up at SUNY colleges

The summer construction season is in full swing at SUNY campuses statewide, including at three area colleges. A total of $33 million in upgrades are slated to be completed before students return in the fall, the Dormitory Authority of the ...

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Health checkup

In its first year as a five-hospital system, as well as its first full year under new CEO Eric Bieber M.D., Rochester Regional Health ended 2015 in the black, posting a systemwide $48.4 million operating surplus. Coming on revenues of ...

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Startups connect at event

When 256 million people are into something, it says something. That is what CEO and co-founder Marty Strenczewilk understood when he and his team created Splyce Inc., a firm that gives e-sports gamers a web application to aggregate the e-sports ...

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Algae key in pilot project

A pilot project this summer between Rochester Institute of Technology and Wyoming County-based Synergy Biogas LLC could reduce an environmental concern, solve a disposal problem and lead to a new way to produce fuel for vehicles—all through the use of ...

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Designation would boost the region

The Finger Lakes region is one step closer to earning the designation as a National Heritage Area, a congressional determination that could come with up to $1 million a year in economic development funds and much more in economic impact. ...

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Project to boost East End

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  Christa Cos. and Morgan Management LLC are continuing their downtown development efforts, this time with a nearly $7 million redevelopment on East Avenue. The project at 600 East Ave. is one of several in the city’s East End for ...

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RIT, the Strong team up to study, preserve games

A new partnership between the Strong and Rochester Institute of Technology is designed to preserve the history of video games, enhance the study of their impact on different cultures and solidify Rochester as a worldwide hub of video game development. ...

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Future zoo

By LORI GABLE Crews are preparing for phase one of construction in an $85 million master plan designed to transform the Seneca Park Zoo into an animal park dedicated to conservation and a new sustainable business model with increased attendance. ...

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UR’s muscle builds: University ranks sixth among N.Y. employers

By LORI GABLE The University of Rochester grew its total employment by 11 percent in the last two years, adding 2,844 jobs and expanding its multibillion-dollar economic impact beyond the Rochester region, a new report from the Center for Governmental ...

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Valeant CEO’s vision includes B&L

New Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. chairman and CEO Joseph Papa intends to hang on to Bausch & Lomb Inc., but events could overtake the troubled parent company, forcing it to give up part or all of the eye-care firm. Speaking ...

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Superhero deal set for firm: Nalgene Outdoor to make Avengers water bottles

Nalgene Outdoor products, a Rochester-based unit of Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., has inked a deal with the Walt Disney Co. to manufacture and distribute its water bottles with the Avengers and other Marvel characters on them. The local operation also ...

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Proxy battle at Financial Institutions fails

Financial Institutions Inc. has weathered a proxy battle that could have led to the company’s sale, and now its leaders are looking beyond the fracas to a major move into Rochester and expansion across Western New York. The parent company ...

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Gambling is linked to pair of city pitches

The two groups offering proposals to build on the city’s Parcel 5 on East Main Street are touting the creation of hundreds of local jobs and entertainment options for downtown with two distinct and different approaches. City documents show one ...

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