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Forty under 40 Class of 2017

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Danielle Abramson Swartz Associate Director of Major Giving WXXI Public Broadcasting Age: 31 Education: A.A., liberal arts, Monroe Community College; B.A., sociology, Nazareth College Family:  Husband, Michael Residence: Irondequoit Professional responsibilities: Fundraising, and producer on WXXI’s Norm & Company Professional ...

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Technology and Manufacturing Awards 2017

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This year, in an effort to spotlight the positive work being done in the local manufacturing sector, the Rochester Technology and Manufacturing Asso- ciation and Rochester Business Journal partnered to create the region’s first-ever Technology and Manufacturing Awards. The Greater ...

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Best Lawyers® in Rochester – 2018

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The guide to leading attorneys in Rochester For important business and personal matters, top-quality legal representation is a must. Best Lawyers®  in Rochester can help you obtain the legal representation you need. Best Lawyers® is the oldest and most respected ...

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A Continued Evolution

This story appeared in the RBJ’s commemorative 30th Anniversary section. See more content related to the RBJ’s anniversary here. In the two centuries since Rochesterville was incorporated, the region has changed dramatically and has been influenced by a number of factors, ...

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Looking Toward 2047

This story appeared in the RBJ’s commemorative 30th Anniversary section. See more content related to the RBJ’s anniversary here. The past 30 years have seen significant change in the Rochester-area economy. The Big Three have been in continuous decline, but many ...

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New leadership voices abound

This story appeared in the RBJ’s commemorative 30th Anniversary section. See more content related to the RBJ’s anniversary here. Rochester has a history of iconic leaders, people whose accomplishments are so legendary that they became larger than life. Yet before they ...

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