Business Services News
- Tyco Integrated Security to close center in Henrietta
Tyco Integrated Security LLC plans to close its dispatch center in Henrietta by the end of October and lay off 132, a filing with the state Department of Labor states.
- Private-Sector Employers, Part 1
Information was provided by individual organizations that responded to an email or telephone survey in addition to SEC fillings and other sources. Ranked by total number of local employees.
- Private-Sector Employers, Part 2
Information was provided by individual companies that responded to an email or telephone survey. Ranked by total number of local employees.
- Employee Benefit Administrators
Information was provided by individual companies that responded to an email or fax survey; ranked by number of local employees who work in employee benefit services.
- N.J.-based AERC Recycling opens facility in Gates
AERC.com Inc., a New Jersey-based waste management company that operates under the name AERC Recycling Solutions, has opened a facility in Gates.
- Commercial Printers
Information was provided by commercial printers in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties that responded to an email or fax survey; ranked by number of local full-time employees.
- Office Furniture and Equipment Dealers
Information was provided by local office furniture and equipment dealers in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans, Steuben and Wayne counties that responded to an email or fax survey; ranked by the number of full-time local employees.
- Young Lion Studios to expand its offerings
Young Lion Studios LLC, a 70,000-square-foot film studio at the Rochester Tech Park in Gates, plans to launch two business segments this month to increase revenues and boost the local film industry.
- Monro Muffler misses earnings expectations for quarter
Monro Muffler Brake Inc. reported an increase in sales for the third quarter but fell short of Street earnings estimates, a result of consumers delaying purchases and spending less on maintenance and repair.
- Woman-Owned Businesses
The survey contacted woman-owned businesses in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local full-time employees.
- LeBeau agrees to pay to settle Labor Department probe
Local promoter James LeBeau has agreed to pay four Frontier Field workers $74,000 to settle a state Department of Labor prevailing wage investigation, department spokesman Leo Rosales said.
- Sutherland to acquire health care firm, to add 3,200 workers
Sutherland Global Services Inc. late Monday night announced it has agreed to acquire India-based Apollo Health Street Ltd. to boost Sutherland’s health care business.
- Her third-generation business is going places
- Veteran-Owned Businesses
In case of ties, companies are ranked by number of local part-time employees. Information was provided by individual firms that responded to an email survey.
- IBC honors RF Communications, Freed Maxick at expo
Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division was named Exporter of the Year, and Freed Maxick CPAs P.C. earned the 2012 Best International Service Provider award at the International Business Council’s 21st Annual Trade Banquet & Expo Tuesday night.
- Hammer Packaging breaks ground on HQ expansion
Hammer Packaging Inc. is adding 13,000 square feet to its headquarters in Henrietta, and a third variable sleeve offset printing press to make it the world’s largest user of that technology, company officials said. The expansion will be on the south side of its existing 90,000-square-foot headquarters at Lucius Gordon Drive.
- Golisano gives $3 million to Special Olympics
Thomas Golisano presented a $3 million check to the Special Olympics on Thursday at an event honoring local health care professionals who demonstrated extraordinary work to improve health care and access to care for people with intellectual disabilities.
- Paychex CEO's pay increases 20%
Martin Mucci received a big raise this year. Paychex Inc.’s president and CEO earned an annualized base salary of $800,000, up from the $666,000 he received last year. Paychex disclosed the salaries of Mucci and other top executives in a proxy statement filed with the SEC late Friday.
- State launches website for sales-tax filing
The state Department of Taxation and Finance is going paperless with the launch of a more business-friendly online sales tax system next week.
- BIA opens upstate office in Rochester
Business Intelligence Associates Inc., a New York City-based e-discovery software and services company, has expanded into Rochester.