- JML Optical acquires operating assets of California firm
JML Optical Industries LLC has acquired the operating assets of Harold Johnson Optical Laboratories Inc., the local firm said Tuesday.
- COMIDA OKs tax breaks for High Falls project
A local real estate entity was approved Tuesday for incentives totaling $60,792 to redevelop the Center at High Falls into mixed use at a cost of $1.57 million.
- Rochester region's unemployment rate drops to 5.5%
Rochester’s economy continued to improve in September, with a decline in the jobless rate, the state Department of Labor reported Tuesday.
- Warren wants details on the firing of RHA head
Mayor Lovely Warren wants specifics regarding the Rochester Housing Authority’s decision to fire Alexander Castro as executive director, she states in a letter released Tuesday. The authority’s board voted to dismiss Castro at its Oct. 14 meeting.
- Software giant SAP creates apps for Vuzix glasses
Vuzix Corp. announced SAP SE—an industry giant in backend enterprise, analytics and cloud system software—has released two applications for video eyewear company’s M100 Smart Glasses for enterprise markets.
- Panther Solutions ranks among fastest-growing inner city businesses
Panther Solutions LLC has ranked ninth on the 2014 Inner City 100, a list of the fastest-growing inner city businesses in the United States.
- Area firms brace for double-digit hike in health care premiums
High-deductible health plans continue to make inroads in the Rochester market as area firms brace for an expected 13.1 percent increase in premium costs, the latest Rochester Business Alliance Inc. employer survey shows.
- Police union OKs new contract with city
City of Rochester police officers will get a 3 percent raise retroactively this year and in 2016, and a 2 percent raise in 2015 as part of a three-year contract agreement, officials announced Monday.
- Q3 profit jumps for Gannett
Gannett Co. Inc. reported third-quarter earnings of $118.5 million—up 49 percent from $79.7 million a year ago—topping analysts’ expectations.
- Kentucky firm to manage the Stuart Horse Trials
The Stuart Horse Trials will be managed by Equestrian Events Inc. beginning in 2015, officials announced Monday.
- Panel focuses on challenges for women in IT
Digital Rochester Inc. will play host to a panel of technology leaders on Oct. 28 to discuss the challenges of women in the field of information technology.
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