Business Services News
- Xerox plans to lay off 3,000 workers companywide
Xerox Corp. said Friday it plans to decrease its companywide workforce by some 3,000 employees this year as part of a restructuring effort on the services side of the business.
- Tuthill still shines in specialty lighting
- Monro misses Q1 expectations, to acquire 31 stores
Monro Muffler Brake Inc. on Thursday reported strong fiscal first-quarter financial results, but narrowly missed Street estimates.
- Bonadio expands into corporate security
- Rochester Top 100: Expanded services heat up Isaac's growth
- CoolBlue takes plunge with dog pool
- Lawley targets growth in the Rochester region
- Franchising creates wider avenue to expansion
- Investing in a sales team secures necessary pipeline
- Constellation Brands cuts 11 positions
Constellation Brands Inc. recently reduced its local workforce by 11 employees, but the Victor, Ontario County-based firm has more employees than it did last year.
- New uses ahead for print site
- The Record
- Embracing change prompts new ideas, can-do attitude
- Feedback lies at the core of best workplace honor
- Paychex Q4 earnings hit expectations
Paychex Inc. reported fiscal fourth-quarter profit that matched analysts’ expectations. The company posted net income of $161.2 million, or 44 cents a diluted share, up 10 percent from $145.9 million, or 40 cents a share.
- 'Time to get out' stretches to decades of earning
- Vuzix launches retail prescription lenses for its smart glasses
Vuzix Corp. has launched its first retail collection of prescription lenses for its M100 Smart Glasses with National Vision Inc.’s Eyeglass World, a prescription retailer.
- Messner launching showroom in Greece
Messner Flooring Re: Source Commercial Carpet and Flooring is opening a new 4,000-square-foot showroom in Greece called Messner Flooring America, officials said. It will be Messner's second area retail showroom.
- Paychex honored for healthy work environment
Paychex Inc. has been selected among the nation’s best companies for promoting a healthy work environment and encouraging employees to live healthier lifestyles.
- Aspen Dental Management agrees to pay $450,000 in settlement
Aspen Dental Management Inc. has agreed to pay $450,000 to settle charges it violated New York laws, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday.