- Transcat achieves record Q1 revenue
Transcat Inc. reported record revenue of $33.1 million, up 12 percent from the same period a year ago in its fiscal first quarter. The firm posted net income of $834,000 or 12 cents a share.
- Net income rises in Q2 at Financial Institutions
Financial Institutions Inc. reported net income of $6.8 million in the second quarter, up from $6.2 million for the same period last year.
- URMC residency program to receive $300k over four years
The University of Rochester Medical Center has been tapped as one of eight academic medical centers to lead a four-year, nationwide effort to improve residency training for doctors, URMC officials said this week.
- Mann's Jewelers closes Eastview store
Mann’s Jewelers will reduce its retail operations to one location at 2945 Monroe Avenue, officials announced Wednesday. The move to Monroe Avenue is anticipated to be complete by mid-August.
- Small Business Council launches school supply drive
The Small Business Council of Rochester is working to ensure local students are prepared for school this fall by urging area business to donate school supplies.
- Region's unemployment rate drops to 4.3 percent in June
The Rochester economy continued its upward swing last month, with an improvement in the jobless rate and an increase in private-sector and non-farm jobs, the state Department of Labor reported.
- Trillium Health wins federal approval
Trillium Health Inc. has won federal approval to operate as a so-called look-alike federally qualified health center, company officials said Monday.
- New-car sales decline in June
New-car sales in Monroe County in June were down from year-ago sales, the Rochester Automobile Dealers’ Association Inc. reported.
- Aurora Machine first to get new liquid metal 3D machine
Aurora Machine, a dba of Aurora Machine & Manufacturing Inc., has announced a deal with Buffalo-based Vader Systems LLC to acquire a 3D printing machine, officials announced Tuesday.
- Henrietta has one of the nation's 'sorriest bus stops'
In a battle that no one wants to win, a bus stop in Rochester has ranked as one of the nation’s “sorriest bus stops.”
Pull the plug on Start-Up NY, most say|
Does the Start-Up NY program deserve more time to prove its worth? The majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say no.
Labor force shift|
A lower participation rate could be a real obstacle to faster growth, if employers can’t find the people they need.
Memories of first love still fuel passion|
Ardent feelings sometimes develop between the owner and the automobile, the man and the machine.
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