This Week
  • Under President and CEO Robert Schick, Lyons National Bank approaches a key milestone.

  • Business programs at local colleges and universities work ethics into the curriculum.

  • Small-business lending plays an increasingly important role here.

  • As a financial adviser for Northwestern Mutual, James Farley thrives on connecting with clients.

  • A.E.Y. Enterprises Inc.'s game plan going forward is to continue to improve efficiencies.

  • The Schools Report Card has rankings for 27 districts and more than 250 schools.

Daily News

  • Xerox appoints a pair of directors
    Xerox Corp. has appointed two business professionals to its board of directors. The new directors are Joseph Echevarria, the former CEO of Deloitte LLP, and Cheryl Krongard, a former senior partner with Apollo Management L.P.
  • Alesco Advisors ranks among top RIA firms in U.S.
    Alesco Advisors LLC, based in Pittsford, has been recognized as the 30th fastest growing registered investment adviser firm in the nation on a national list of top 100 RIAs.
  • Crow, Staples first headline acts for Jazz Festival
    The first headline acts for the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival were announced Tuesday. Grammy winner Sheryl Crow and gospel rhythm and blues icon Mavis Staples are slated to perform during the nine-day music festival set for June 23 to July 1.
  • Roberts Wesleyan College students to graduate Dec.17
    A total of 151 students are set to mark the 150th anniversary of Roberts Wesleyan College during winter commencement ceremonies scheduled for Dec. 17.
  • Grant to transform St. John Fisher lab
    St. John Fisher College announced a grant Tuesday expected to transform the school’s media arts lab.
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