- Graham posts dip in sales, profit
Graham Corp. reported a year-over-year drop in fourth-quarter sales and profit Wednesday, as the Batavia firm said weak market conditions affected results.
- RIT names president of its Kosovo campus
Rochester Institute of Technology global campus in Kosovo will have its first female leader, officials announced Tuesday.
- RIT receives grant to develop new app for deaf students
The National Science Foundation awarded more than $800,000 to the Rochester Institute of Technology to develop a new mobile app curriculum tailored for deaf and hard of hearing students, officials announced.
- Frontier plans job fair in Geneseo
Frontier Communications Corp. is hosting a job fair to fill 20 full-time positions in the Geneseo area, officials announced Wednesday.
- County executive apologizes for I-Square controversy
Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo apologized to the community, members of the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency and the developers of I-Square in Irondequoit at a press conference Tuesday morning.
- Rochester Precision Optics names new president
Rochester Precision Optics LLC has named Dane Hileman as president, effective June 13.
- USA Payroll acquires HR consulting firm
USA Payroll Inc. has acquired a local human resources and regulatory compliance consulting company, a move officials from both companies said will expand USA Payroll’s services and lead to employee growth.
- Area firms honored for hiring recent college grads
Area firms were honored by being named to Fortune magazine’s 50 Best Workplaces for Recent College Graduates.
- Rideout reappointed as UR School of Nursing dean
Kathy Rideout has been reappointed to a five-year term as dean of the University of Rochester School of Nursing, officials announced Tuesday.
- Sutherland named employer of the year in Philippines
Sutherland Global Services Inc. has been recognized as the IT BPO Employer of the Year for its work in the Philippines.
- Saxbys closes at College Town
Saxbys—a coffee retailer located in College Town—closed May 20 after three months of trying to find a sustainable plan moving forward, officials said. The efforts over the last few months were successful but not enough.
Majority favors breaking up big banks|
Nearly two-thirds of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll favor breaking up the nation’s largest banks.
Ethics reform remains talk only. And the window is closing on this legislative session, which is due to end in less than a month.
Will incentive compensation rules spread?|
Federal regulators have again turned their attention to the incentive compensation practices at banks for their executives.
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