This Week
  • Small-business lending plays an increasingly important role here.

  • Business programs at local colleges and universities work ethics into the curriculum.

  • Under President and CEO Robert Schick, Lyons National Bank approaches a key milestone.

  • As a financial adviser for Northwestern Mutual, James Farley thrives on connecting with clients.

  • A.E.Y. Enterprises Inc.'s game plan going forward is to continue to improve efficiencies.

  • The Schools Report Card has rankings for 27 districts and more than 250 schools.

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Fewer enroll at colleges
Enrollment continues to decline at local community colleges, partly due to what the leaders describe as a countercyclical reaction to an improving economy.

Tower power
Tower280 at Midtown brings a surge of energy to downtown.

Special Report: Modern commercial design with more open gathering spaces is transforming staid offices.

Fast Start: As a financial adviser for Northwestern Mutual, James Farley thrives on connecting with clients and working alongside them to help plan their futures.

Special Report: Local experts say Trump’s tax plans could spur economic growth, at least in the near term.

Profile: For LSI Solutions Inc. founder and CEO Jude Sauer M.D., there is only one speed: fast.

Rochester Chamber Top 100: Robert Bartolotta started a corporate benefits firm with a partner in 1994, followed it with a payroll and benefits company in 2010 and then added a third, APFS Wealth Management Inc. in 2011.

On Sports: Giving thanks for a cornucopia of sports blessings. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: Xerox Corp. tops this week's list of Optics and Imaging Firms. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.

Snap Poll: Nearly two-thirds of respondents are optimistic about the stock market in 2017. And more than two-thirds are generally optimistic about the U.S. economy.

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