This Week
  • Jane Shukitis embraces her new challenge as CEO of Visiting Nurse Service.

  • Edward Gigliotti suffered for two years before finding cure and new life.

  • At 50, VP Supply has just posted annual sales exceeding $100M for first time.

  • Where to Meet, Where to Stay is a hospitality guide for the upstate region.

  • The Downtown Innovation Zone signals a new attitude for Rochester's center city.

  • Empire Valuation takes on a wide range of projects.

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IT firm requests protection
Consilium Co. LLC has asked for court protection from creditors. The Rochester-based information technology firm, which also has done business as Consilium1 LLC and Advantage Systems Professionals LLC and currently goes by C1, filed a Chapter 11 petition Feb. 10.

Going strong
At 50, VP Supply has just posted annual sales exceeding $100 million for the first time.

Special Section: Meet, Stay & Play is a guide for Upstate New York.

Profile: Jane Shukitis embraces her new challenge as the president and CEO of Visiting Nurse Service.

Special Report: The Downtown Innovation Zone signals a new attitude for Rochester’s center city. But will it be successful?

Rochester Top 100: Headquartered in Brighton, Empire Valuation works nationally and internationally, taking on a wide range of projects.

On Sports: The Yankees have made a mockery of jersey retirements. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: Hammer Packaging Inc. tops this week's list of commercial printers, ranked by the number of local full-time employees. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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