Berlin-based tech-startup Quantune Technologies is one of 10 companies participating in Luminate NY, a NextCorps accelerator program in downtown Rochester.
The Rochester affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has named its new executive director.
A Rochester company and one of its leaders have pleaded guilty in Wayne County Court for their roles in the illegal disposal of 800 tons of waste.
New state legislation mandates that all employers, regardless of size, must disclose salary ranges for job openings and provide employees with information about their compensation.
The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame has announced the 12 finalists for induction.
Cognivue is readying to launch its next generation of devices designed to enhance its work in existing markets and lead to opportunities in new ones.
Quicklee's Convenience Stores has completed renovation of the former gas station and convenience store at Winton Road and Atlantic Avenue.
The YMCA of Greater Rochester has announced the completion of The YMCA at Innovation Square, a wellness center in Center City.
A survey of small business owners showed about 10% of respondents identify government regulations as the biggest problem they face today.
The New York Cannabis Control Board will begin accepting recreational cannabis licensing applications from all businesses on Oct. 4.
A lawsuit by Orleans County officials threatens to put the kibosh on a major economic development project in Genesee County.
ITT Inc.’s Goulds Pumps recently commemorated its 175th anniversary with a celebratory event in Seneca Falls, Seneca County.