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N.Y. court nixes tax credit cut
Tax credits promised to business entities through the state's abandoned Empire Zones program, seven of which involve properties owned by Buckingham Properties LLC in Rochester, could be restored after a decision this week by the state Court of Appeals.
Report details struggles of two-year colleges
Community colleges have the task of opening up opportunities for education to a wide range of students, often moving them along to complete degrees at four-year institutions, but a new report finds difficulties in their achieving this goal.
Special Section: Twelve area employers will receive this year's Wealth of Health Award for promoting wellness.
Rochester Top 100: Speed and technology have played key roles in the growth of VetPharm Inc. over the last few years.
Picture Page: A full page of pictures from the Financial Executive of the Year event.
Profile: Edwin Petrazzolo says MicroPen Technologies is a small firm with big ambitions.
Special Report: For employers, the popularity of telecommuting can bring challenges.
This week's list: Child Care Centers. Available for download in Excel on the RBJ List Center.
Snap Poll: Nearly three out of four respondents to this week's RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say that in the long run, the planned acquisition of Bausch & Lomb Holdings Inc. by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. is not good for B&L employees. See this week's Snap Poll.
Opinion: New York would be better served if Gov. Andrew Cuomo and many Albany lawmakers had more faith in the idea of a state friendly to all businesses. See this week's editorial.
Explore: It's hard to imagine, but more than 6,000 pieces of artwork will cover the walls of the diminutive Rochester Contemporary Art Center on June 1.