- Thousands attend service for Laurence and Jane Glazer
To say the memorial service held Tuesday for Laurence and Jane Glazer at Temple B’rith Kodesh was well-attended would be a vast understatement. To accommodate those who came to pay respects, the temple opened partitions, adding room for some 2,500 more attendees to its 350-seat sanctuary.
- COMIDA approves tax breaks for Edge of the Wedge
Buckingham Properties LLC was approved Tuesday for tax exemptions totaling $481,326 to support its $5.2 million Edge of the Wedge development on South Clinton Avenue.
- MVP Health Care to discontinue two Medicare Advantage plans
Pressed by continuing cuts in Medicare Advantage reimbursements, MVP Health Care is dropping two such plans, CEO Denise Gonick said Tuesday.
- Mercier Realty under investigation by state
Henrietta real estate firm Mercier Realty Inc. is among nine companies being investigated for possible predatory lending, state officials said Tuesday.
- Court dismisses class-action lawsuit against IEC
IEC Electronics Corp. Tuesday said a lawsuit against it has been dismissed.
- Graham gets orders from nuclear industry
Graham Corp. has received two new orders from two U.S. nuclear utilities totaling $3.6 million.
- Report gives low marks to N.Y. on tax burden fairness
New York earned poor marks for its tax burden fairness, a new report from WalletHub shows.
- Golisano backed off Bills bid, fights Mendon in court
Paychex Inc. founder Thomas Golisano on Monday said he decided against making an offer to buy the Buffalo Bills after Terrence Pegula assured him that he had the money to secure the National Football League franchise and keep it here.
- Woods Oviatt adds attorneys, Buffalo office
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP plans to open a Buffalo office, firm officials said Saturday.
- Report: Conditions improve for N.Y. manufacturers
Business activity expanded for New York manufacturers at a robust pace in September, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing survey shows.
- Bank president, Batavia native Ronald Hermance Jr. dies
Ronald Hermance Jr., a graduate of St. John Fisher College and head of Hudson City Bancorp Inc. as it awaits federal approval of its acquisition by M&T Bank Corp., died Thursday from leukemia.
- Canandaigua Airport to get federal funding
Canandaigua Airport will receive $847,161 from the Federal Aviation Administration to help pay for the construction and maintenance of its taxiway, officials announced Monday.
- Iberdrola USA to add electric vehicles
Iberdrola USA Inc. is partnering with the Edison Electric Institute to spend at least 5 percent of its annual fleet acquisition budget on electric vehicles and related equipment, company officials announced Monday.
Readers pay tribute to the Glazers|
More than 110 readers responded to our call for readers to share their thoughts on Laurence and Jane Glazer—their achievements in business and their impact on the community. See dozens of comments from readers.
Higher education owes the public some answers|
Higher education in 2014 may be getting what it deserves, paying the price of having been a law unto itself for too long.
The Glazers' legacy|
Laurence and Jane Glazer did not steer clear of challenges; they embraced them.
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