Business Services News
- Paychex reports boost in profit, sales
Paychex Inc. reported $704.3 million in total revenue for its fiscal third quarter, beating analyst expectations and representing what company executives call “good progress” against sales initiatives.
- Gates firm Dayton Rogers to lay off most of its workers by summer
Dayton Rogers of New York LLC will lay off 35 of its 39 workers in Gates by mid-June, a filing with the state Department of Labor shows.
- Banquet and Meeting Facilities, Part 1
- Plurality: No ban, tax on plastic bags
Nearly half of respondents support neither a ban nor a tax for single-use plastic bags, while 49 percent of respondents favor a local law banning foam food containers. See dozens of comments from readers.
- Rochester Top 100: Webster landscaping firm continues to climb
- What to do when social media raise red flags on a potential hire
- Be a 'conscious capitalist'to benefit others, self
- Report touts benefits of working from home
Workers in New York State could save nearly $12,000 a year by working from home, a new report from WalletHub shows.
- VirtualScopics posts bigger loss for Q4, year
VirtualScopics Inc. on Thursday reported a net loss for the fourth quarter of $1.1 million, or 38 cents a share, compared with a net loss of $1 million, or 35 cents a share, in the fourth quarter a year ago.
- Commercial Printers
- Rochester Top 100: Experts at determining what things are worth
- Alaris, UR partner to digitize Susan B. Anthony letters
Kodak Alaris Inc. has partnered with the University of Rochester to digitize a large collection of correspondence between suffragist Susan B. Anthony and her friend and colleague, Rachel Foster Avery.
- Holy Sepulchre names CFO
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery & Ascension Garden has appointed Cathy Vail as chief financial officer. She replaces Lynn Sullivan, who became CEO last summer.
- Bonadio to expand Perinton offices
The Bonadio Group is expanding its offices, increasing its Bushnell’s Basin space by 18 percent to make room for 30 local employees.
- Emergency heating fund program gets $410,000 in donations
A program that helps Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. and New York State Electric & Gas Corp. customers who are facing an energy emergency got donations of $410,000, officials announced last week.
- Agency staff soars
- Brighton firm expands to new practice areas