This Week
  • Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo's first year at the helm brought both successes and controversies.

  • Tourism total in Monroe County tops $1 billion.

  • For businesses that are hit with a cyberattack, the question becomes: Now what?

  • Diversification, acquisitions are key for FM Office Express.

  • YMCA exec James Smith understands the challenges faced by the kids he helps.

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


The true things
In a time of uncertain moral leadership, business leaders must do what's right.

Not part of the plan
Inefficiency in local government is not the sole reason for high property taxes.

Equity economics
New York clearly is moving in the right direction on women’s earnings.

Time to lead
What New Yorkers want is more results on issues of importance to them

It's not so simple
When it comes to migration to and from Rochester, it’s wise to be wary of simple explanations.


Think you know the news? OK, take this test
RBJ's annual local business news quiz is quiz easier this year—but not too easy!

Answers to the 2016 RBJ news quiz

Snap Poll

Snap Poll: Low expectations for Trump presidency
Sixty-one percent of respondents think Donald Trump will do only a fair or poor job as president.

Snap Poll: Readers divided on Obama performance
Opinions on Barack Obama's performance as U.S. president remain polarized as he prepares to leave the White House.

Snap Poll: For Bills, plenty of blame to go around
Majority of readers think Buffalo Bills GM Doug Whaley is most responsible for another failed season.

Snap Poll: Many big federal tax breaks supported
Readers favor keeping a number of federal tax exemptions, deductions and credits.

Snap Poll: Most want to keep the Electoral College
Is it time to get rid of the Electoral College? Most readers say no.


ACA repeal and unintended consequences
The risks of repealing the ACA without a plan to take its place are just too great.

Business ethics in the coming Trump era
Donald Trump needs to realize that business—and indeed, politics—is not a game.

Will airlines ever stop charging new fees?
Yet another perk that air travelers have routinely taken for granted may soon disappear.

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