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  • JPMorgan Chase's Matthew Tipple found there is no place like home.

  • Today's workplace requires some new and different professional talents, experts say.

  • DeRisio Construction builds on its solid foundation.

  • Kristin Schuster blends the technical and creative as an architect at SWBR Architects.

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  • Judge issues order to end
    trio of county LDCs

    A judge has issued an order that puts the final nail in the coffin for three local development corporations and returns oversight of their functions to Monroe County.
  • Carestream wins patents in U.S., internationally
    Carestream Health Inc. won 43 new U.S. patents and 52 additional patents in European and Asian countries in 2016, Carestream officials said Tuesday.
  • UR dean to step down
    University of Rochester leaders announced Wednesday that Richard Feldman, dean of the College for the last decade, is stepping down at the end of this academic year.
  • RHA unveils renovated homes
    The Rochester Housing Authority held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for four renovated homes on Garson Avenue, near the Public Market.
  • Schneiderman joins call to nix EPA chief bid
    New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday that he has added his name to a letter urging a U.S. Senate committee to scotch the nomination of Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • FluxData acquired by U.K. firm
    FluxData Inc. has been acquired by Halma PLC, a United Kingdom-based safety, health and environmental safety group.
  • COMIDA OKs breaks for $3.3 million bowling center
    Radio Social LLC was approved for tax breaks by the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency Tuesday for its new $3.3 million bowling center in the city.
  • SED rebrands, partners with Vt.-based SunCommon
    Sustainable Energy Developments Inc., a renewable energy company based in Ontario, Wayne County, announced Tuesday it is rebranding through a partnership with the Vermont-based SunCommon.
  • Final headliner acts for jazz festival announced
    The remaining headliner acts for the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival were announced Tuesday. The acts include the United Kingdom rock group King Crimson and British soul singer Joss Stone (at right). All performances are scheduled to take place at 8 p.m. in Kodak Theatre during the nine-day festival, June 23 to July 1.
  • Former SUNY Alfred president dies
    The campus community at SUNY College of Technology at Alfred is remembering its former president, William Rezak, who passed away Saturday following a battle with cancer.
  • RIT named core academic partner of new robotics institute
    Rochester Institute of Technology’s Golisano Institute of Sustainability has been named as a core academic partner of the Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Innovation Hub announced by the Department of Defense.
  • Sunnking's new equipment to boost profitability
    Brockport-based Sunnking Inc. has purchased new equipment to help the firm become more efficient in dealing in end-of-life electronic equipment, officials said.
  • Survey: Business activity grows for N.Y. manufacturers
    Business activity continued to grow modestly in New York in January, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey indicates.

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