This Week
  • Rochester's business leaders have highest overall, future confidence.

  • Matthew Flanigan aims to build Flower City Habitat for Humanity.

  • When will downtown retail development gain momentum like the office and housing sectors?

  • Tender Loving Family Care follows a different model than most of its home care agency peers.

  • Taren Greenidge says helping Littler Mendelson clients do the right thing is rewarding.

  • See the 20th anniversary edition of the Forty under 40 supplement.

Opinion
Editorials

Finding common ground
1/23/2015
Members of the upstate delegation have an opportunity to set an example by working together productively on such issues.

Gamblin' man
1/16/2015
To revive the Southern Tier economy, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is willing to roll the dice. Twice.

The $5 billion question
1/9/2015
State lawmakers are faced with what many no doubt see as a happy problem: how to spend $5 billion.

Which way now?
1/2/2015
As we enter a new year, some risk-taking in the Rochester region might be in order.

Snap Poll

Upstate competition gets thumbs down
1/23/2015
Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week announced a $1.5 billion economic revitalization competition, and nearly half of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents gave it a poor grade.  See dozens of comments from readers.

Bills' hiring of Ryan gets good grades
1/16/2015
The Buffalo Bills have hired Rex Ryan as head coach, and roughly half of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents are impressed. A plurality—27 percent—graded the hiring a B, while another 23 percent gave it top marks of an A. By contrast, 10 percent are wildly unimpressed. 

Snap Poll: Most favor retail for Midtown parcel
1/9/2015
More than half of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents favor retail, including specialty shops and restaurants, for Parcel 5 at the Midtown Rising development site.

Snap Poll: Most disapprove of mayor's performance
1/2/2015
Lovely Warren completes her first year as Rochester mayor this week, and the majority of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents do not view her performance favorably.

Op-Ed

Havana's streets leave lasting impression
1/23/2015
It is a reminder of my lasting affection for Cuba, the people I met, the sights I saw and the music I heard.

A chance to build relationships across regional boundaries
1/23/2015
I’m a big believer in supporting our members and New York State businesses.

What does the strong dollar mean for Rochester?
1/16/2015

The arts sector here needs fresh ideas to thrive
1/9/2015
In our community, there is a strong desire to do something to strengthen Rochester’s arts sector.

Single-payer bill is bad medicine for New York
1/2/2015
The bill completely ignores the significant contributions New York’s health plans make to the state’s economy.



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