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STAMP footprint to grow
A multibillion-dollar semiconductor company plans to visit the STAMP site in Genesee County next week. The site was awarded $33 million in the state budget this week.
Exit on S. Clinton
Frontier Communications Corp. is moving out of its leased South Clinton Avenue location downtown, and roughly 500 employees housed there are going to various sites Frontier owns in the Rochester area.
MVP Health Care paid retired CEO a $3.4M bonus
MVP Health Care paid retired CEO David Oliker, who stepped down in December 2012 after 30 years at the company’s helm, a $3.4 million retirement bonus last year.
Picture Page: A full page of pictures from the RBJ Best of the Web event.
Rochester Top 100: IV4 Inc. has managed to grow steadily over the years by asking a simple question of its more than 400 clients: Why?
Profile: Michael Gioja is guiding information technology advances at Paychex Inc.
Special Report: Changes to New York's estate tax have reduced the cost of dying here.
On Sports: A simple game of catch connects the past and present. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.
This week's list: There are two lists this week: COMIDA-Assisted Projects and City of Rochester/REDCO-Assisted Projects. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.