- Cleaning service owner pleads guilty to sales tax fraud
The owner of a Rochester-area commercial cleaning service has pled guilty to sales tax fraud, state Department of Taxation and Finance officials said Tuesday.
- Jan. bankruptcy filings down from 2016
Area bankruptcy filings fell last month, showing a 19.3 percent drop from 109 in January 2016 to 88 in the first month of this year.
- Lawsuit targets Spectrum-Time Warner internet speeds
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Wednesday announced a lawsuit accusing Spectrum-Time Warner Cable of fraud over the company’s internet services’ claimed download speeds.
- RIT faces suit over book of film critic's essays
Rochester Institute of Technology’s scholarly publishing arm has landed the university in a copyright kerfuffle over rights to film and drama critic Stanley Kauffmann’s essays.
- New contender in battle over Bruegger’s bagels
- Lawsuit claims discriminaton,
- CitiGroup Global Markets agrees to return $22.5M to clients
CitiGroup Global Markets Inc. has agreed to return $22.5 million to compensate clients for fee overcharges, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday.
- Law firms steeling themselves for new questions
- Dec. bankruptcy filings rise
Bankruptcy petitions filed in the Western District of New York’s Rochester division Bankruptcy Court last month represented a 28.8 percent increase over December 2015.
- Urban League gets funding for new project
Urban League of Rochester, N.Y., Inc. has received a $520,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to provide career readiness training for at-risk and court-involved high school students interested in careers in public safety and law.
- Arbitrator orders union to drop complaint against Ajay Glass
- Criminal complaint accuses Nojay of misappropriating funds
A criminal complaint unsealed Monday accuses former state Assemblyman William Nojay of misappropriating some $800,000. Nojay took his own life in September.
- Paychex marks ‘Season of Small Business’
- Law degree travels far for three accomplished men
- What staying of overtime rules means for businesses
- Henrietta firm agrees to pay penalties
York Furniture Centers Inc. has agreed to pay $10,000 in penalties for false advertising as part of a settlement with state attorney general’s office.
- Center for Dispute Settlement leader to step down at yearend
The president and CEO of The Center for Dispute Settlement Inc. has announced plans to step down at the end of this year after almost 12 years at the helm.
- New case challenges Supreme Court precedent on remote sales
- Former head of bagel firm files for bankruptcy
- FDA warns of issues at B&L site