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RBJ Extra: RBJ-Siena Business Leaders Survey

Confidence of area's business leaders falls
Overall confidence among some 190 business leaders in the Rochester area responding to the RBJ-Siena Business Leaders Survey, a component of the Siena College Research Institute Upstate New York Business Leaders Survey, measured 85.7 points, down 6.1 points from 91.8 in 2012.

Leaders see opportunities and challenges
Despite an overall decline in CEO confidence in the Rochester area, some local business leaders say there are opportunities for improvement in the coming year.

Editorial: Faded confidence
Opportunities exist, and some businesses will seize them. Let’s hope a good number of those that do reside here.

The Rochester results of the RBJ-Siena Business Leaders Survey

Siena College: Annual Upstate New York Business Leader Survey


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