Business Services News
- Splyce eSports wins 2015 Rochester Venture Challenge
The winner of the 2015 Rochester Venture Challenge is Splyce eSports, a gaming company that builds websites to stream information for fans, game developers and event organizers.
- New owners set to tee it up at Blue Heron
- Best in local engineering being honored
- John Papponetti: 2014 Kate Gleason Young Engineer of the Year
- Firm's investment makes impact on growth
- FTC eyes impact of merger
- LeChase acquires Westchester County firm C.W. Brown
LeChase Construction Services LLC has acquired C.W. Brown Inc. in Armonk, Westchester County, for an undisclosed sum. Under the agreement, which took effect April 1, C.W. Brown will operate as a division of LeChase, with the same workforce and market focus.
- Allow staff to work at home but clarify expectations, limits
- Differentiation, connectedness and universal law of ethical leadership
- Stepping stone
- Nearing 20, ComTec Solutions targets strong growth
- Clifton Springs Hospital joins Rochester Regional Health System
Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic has officially joined Rochester Regional Health System, RRHS officials said Wednesday.
- Tartan Holdings acquires assets of Moog creates new firm
A new firm—iuvo BioScience LLC—was created last Friday through an acquisition by Tartan Holdings LLC. The new firm is led by former Bausch & Lomb Inc. executives Benjamin Burton and Mary Richardson.
- Eastside Family YMCA in Penfield opens $7 million expansion
The Eastside Family YMCA in Penfield unveiled a $7 million, 34,000-square-foot expansion on Monday, making it one of the largest YMCA branches in North America and one of the first medical and wellness complexes of its kind in the area.
- Human resources services leads Paychex rise
- 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