- Rochester Top 100 announced;
UTC Retail ranks No. 1
UTC Retail Inc. earned the No. 1 spot on the 2014 Rochester Top 100, the Rochester Business Alliance Inc. and KPMG LLP announced this morning. The Rochester Top 100 is a program of the RBA and KPMG. Since 1988, each annual Top 100 has ranked the area’s private companies based on dollar and percentage revenue increases over the past three fiscal years, with a minimum of $1 million in annual sales required.
- Ultralife posts loss for third quarter
Ultralife Corp. on Thursday reported a drop in third-quarter sales as well as a net loss, due in part to sluggish government tactical communications spending.
- Sales rise at Garlock while operating profits fall
Third-quarter sales at Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC and its subsidiaries grew 4 percent chiefly because of higher sales from subsidiaries in Canada, Japan and Australia.
- Manning & Napier posts rise in economic net income
Manning & Napier Inc. reported a slight increase in third-quarter economic net income, with earnings per share in line with Wall Street estimates.
- Strike could shut down traffic on St. Lawrence Seaway
The St. Lawrence Seaway’s 460 union workers plan to strike Friday over proposed changes in its operating system, and seaway management is prepared to close the waterway to all traffic if that happens, representatives said.
- Black Button Distilling expands distribution to NYC
Rochester’s Black Button Distilling will be distributed in New York City and is negotiating distribution rights for other states, the company said.
- RF Communications receives $18 million order
Harris Corp.’s RF Communications has received an $18 million order from an undisclosed nation in Central Asia for its wideband tactical radios.
- Downtown innovation zone among topics at event
New initiatives designed to solve community problems and the launch of a downtown innovation zone have been added to the agenda for Tuesday’s State of Rochester’s Economy presentation.
Most readers oppose Proposal Three|
Nearly 80 percent of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents this week oppose Proposal Three, the Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014.
Non-profits: Recruit next-generation volunteers|
It’s no secret that many non-profits continue to struggle with underfunding and an overall lack of resources.
Not so smart|
Prudent investment in technology for schools is not the issue. It’s the inappropriate and unwise use of long-term borrowing for this purpose.
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