Given end-of-the-year excesses, it may not be far-fetched to suggest that what truly scared the heck out of Ebenezer Scrooge was a single, harsh reality: Despite his disdain for wasteful spending and frivolity, he failed to plan ahead. Now that ...Read More »
The results of KeyBank’s annual small business sentiment survey finds the majority of small businesses are generally confident in their current financial situation. The survey pulled from small business members of KeyBank’s Business Forum and focused primarily on confidence in ...Read More »
A tenured professor at St. John Fisher College, who is now suspended with pay, has filed a $1 million federal discrimination lawsuit against the school. In addition to the college, plaintiff Merouane Lakehal-Ayat named President Gerard Rooney, Provost Kevin Railey, ...Read More »
Paychex Inc., the Rochester company that provides human resources management, payroll, and insurance services in more than 100 locations across the country and Europe, is broadening its HR footprint again with the acquisition of Oasis Outsourcing of Florida. Paychex announced ...Read More »
Local officials have announced a $550,000 state grant to help fund improvements to Frontier Field. Planned improvements include a new 360 degree concourse, kids’ area, beer and wine garden and an expanded party space, among others. The Empire State Development’s ...
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The Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch index of small-business job growth and wages for November showed continued challenging hiring conditions as a result of the tight labor market. The small business jobs index declined for the sixth ...Read More »
Kevin Morgan, former vice president of Morgan Management, pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to conspiracy to commit bank fraud. Morgan, 42, is facing a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a fine of $250,000. Prosecutors said that, ...Read More »
Rochester Institute of Technology has won $1.5 million in the latest round of competitive funding from the Empire State Development Council. The grant will upgrade the university’s Genomics Research Lab Cluster, helping it expand research, technology transfer and talent development ...Read More »
For about 125 of the students at Monroe Community College’s downtown campus, the day starts with a morning check-in. If that sounds a little like high school homeroom, it is. Since September, the junior and senior classes of the Rochester ...Read More »
As the Bonadio Group prepares to close out its 40th year, president and CEO Tom Bonadio is preparing to close a major chapter of his life, stepping down from his position and making way for Rochester office managing partner Bruce ...Read More »
Patricia TenEyck was tired of feeling like a failure when it came to her work. She was working as an assistant at RE/MAX LLC when she came across a quote that inspired her to take a leap of faith. ...Read More »
The Martin Luther King Jr. Park ice rink will offer free ice skating through the end of the year thanks to an additional donation from Wegmans Food Markets. The free ice skating had been scheduled to conclude Sunday at the end ...Read More »
The City of Rochester announced Thursday that Om Popli and Swadesh Popli have donated fireworks for the New Year’s Eve festivities. “We are delighted to reinstate the New Year’s Eve fireworks display this year thanks to the generosity of the ...Read More »
Karen Magnuson, executive editor of the Democrat and Chronicle, is leaving the newspaper on Jan. 2. The decision was announced in an article posted on the newspaper’s website Thursday morning. Magnuson “voluntarily accepted an early retirement package from Gannett Co. ...
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