This Week
  • The Ginna nuclear power plant awaits a regulatory decision.

  • Exporters back the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership pact.

  • For CooperVision's Lisa Fawcett, a love of sales began with her father.

  • Graduate programs are focusing on spanning fields and solving real-world problems.

  • Pauleen Vacca prefers taking the long view to build her business.

  • It is clarity of mission that has united Brand Cool Marketing Inc. each year.

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Tower on track
Construction on the $59 million Tower at Midtown is nearly 40 percent completed, with the building scheduled to open in November.

Lighthouse site on market for $2.6 million
A local bed and breakfast—with a historic, active lighthouse on-site—is for sale for $2.6 million on the shores of Lake Ontario. It is one of the few privately owned lighthouses in the country.

iBiz: Exporters back the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership pact.

Profile: For CooperVision's Lisa Fawcett, a love of sales began with her father.

Special Report: Graduate programs are focusing more on spanning fields and solving real-world problems.

Rochester Top 100: It is clarity of mission that has united Brand Cool Marketing Inc. each year.

On Sports: Back in the spring of 1935, Canadian-born, Rochester-bred outfielder George Selkirk was tasked with a formidable challenge. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: EarthLink tops this week's list of Computer Companies. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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