This Week
  • Architect David Hanlon has worked with some of the area's leading developers.

  • For startup companies, legal and accounting missteps can prove costly.

  • Wilmorite hopes soon to win approval for $425M casino in Seneca County.

  • ID Signsystems Inc. has grown from a local company into an international business.

  • Robert Linton guides Jazz 90.1 through a new era in media.

  • The RBJ 75 supplement presents a list of the 75 largest private-sector employers.

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URMC torch passes
When he steps in as CEO of the University of Rochester Medical Center on Jan. 1, Mark Taubman M.D. said, it will be the latest in a long string of handoffs between him and the man he is to replace in the post, Bradford Berk M.D.

Glazer helped revitalize city with projects others shied from
Even with his business success and standing, Larry Glazer respected other people’s opinions and encouraged them to express themselves.

Rochester Top 100: Rochester-based ID Signsystems Inc. has grown from a local company into an international business.

Profile: Architect David Hanlon has worked with some of the area's leading developers.

Special Report: For startup companies, legal and accounting missteps can prove costly.

On Sports: The NFL is finally being forced to address issues that have been festering for years. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: Wegmans tops this week’s list of the area's largest private companies. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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