This Week
  • Apartments at $11.5M Charlotte Square development are slated to open this fall.

  • John DiMarco II is building on the legacy of the family-owned DiMarco Group.

  • 2TouchPOS sells a point-of-sale system for bars, restaurants and nightclubs.

  • Low-tech innovations in the care and treatment of patients are gaining traction.

  • This year's supplement features an interview with Danny Wegman.

  • Messenger Birds is for those who want to slow down and send paper messages.

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New to the East End
The first residences at Charlotte Square, an $11.5 million development from Home Leasing LLC in the city’s East End, are slated to open at the end of October.

Meeting business growing
The meetings and convention business booked for Monroe County for 2016 is pacing well ahead of last year, Visit Rochester officials say, with several new groups contracted to hold their conferences here.

Profile: Meredith Dragon has taken the reins at the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.

Special Report: After a merger or acquisition, banks must make all the pieces work together.

Rochester Top 100: Distributed Technology Group LLC was acquired by Accunet Solutions Inc., a Boston-based technology company.

On Sports: Syracuse University has opted to put a new lid on the Carrier Dome rather than build an off-campus arena. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: This week's list looks at Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab Practices. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.

Snap Poll: Should the largest U.S. banks be broken up? Readers weigh in.


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