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  • The Bonadio Group set a record this year by adding more than 140 employees.

  • Rebekah Frischkorn knew from the start that agency work was right for her.

  • Triad Network Technologies Inc. is in the process of its third expansion in eight years.

  • The impacts of alcoholism include loss of jobs, relationships and health.

  • Mirror Show Management grabbed the top spot on the 2015 Rochester Top 100.

Rochester Top 100

Each week, the print edition of the Rochester Business Journal profiles one of the Rochester Top 100 companies. (To see the annual Rochester Top 100 supplement, click here:

Alesco Advisors LLC has grown for the past 15 years with one principle in mind: always doing what is right for clients.12.18.15

When Myron and Ann Kowal started Special Care Systems LLC, hospitals and nursing homes largely relied on call systems that worked with lights and buzzers.12.11.15

DeCarolis Truck Rental Inc. has used improved technology, and customers' reluctance to embrace it, as the basis of its growth strategy over the last several years.12.4.15

Henrietta-based ClickSpark LLC is among a new generation of technology companies in the Rochester area. 11.27.15

MaeTec Power Inc. began as a part-time operation in 2003 under founder Mark Miller, now co-owner and president. Four employees sold used equipment to telecommunications customers. 11.20.15

The increasing popularity of alternative energy sources is great news for Biomaxx Inc.: The wood pellet manufacturer has seen its annual revenues and workforce increase over the last few years as more people turn to wood as a heat source. 11.13.15

UniLink Inc. aims to be a problem-solver for its clients. The Brighton-based company sells financial hardware products, including scanners and printers, that help address complicated financial regulations and the growing risks of fraud. 11.6.15

From a handful of employees at its start, D4 LLC has grown into a global firm with nearly 200 employees and a worldview for its future. 10.30.15

Christian Flooring of New York Inc. opened its first retail store on West Henrietta Road in 2010. Since then, the company has added two more locations. The Webster store opened on Ridge Road in 2012 and the Greece store followed in late 2013 on West Ridge Road. 10.23.15

The increased popularity of cherry juice has begun to bear fruit for cheribundi Inc. 10.16.15

Entre Computer Services Inc. opened its doors more than 30 years ago as a franchise offering the new wave of PCs and has morphed into an information technology services company poised to grow regionally and nationally. 10.9.15

David Vasciannie has an interesting—and unconventional—take on his company’s growth over the last several years. Luck has played a big role in it, he says. 10.2.15

Logical Control Solutions Inc. founder and CEO James Urbanczyk has found a Goldilocks niche for his firm: keeping the company smaller and nimbler than its larger Fortune 100 competitors while courting large regional institutions as mainstay clients. 9.25.15

Capping off a strong year of growth, the leaders of Capstone Information Technologies Inc. predict the firm will reach twice its current size in five years. 9.18.15

Manning Squires Hennig Co. Inc. began in 1958 as a masonry contractor formed by Richard Manning and Duane Squires. Richard Hennig joined the team in the early ’60s, and by the mid-’70s it had grown, offering a wide range of construction services as it gained Eastman Kodak Co. as a customer. 9.11.15

To see all 2015 Top 100 articles, click here.

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