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  • North American Breweries CEO sees plenty of potential to grow again.

  • Employers honored as best workplaces find surveys of employee offer valuable insight.

  • Elizabeth Schirmer Shores uses travelers as vehicles for technology in remote locales.

  • Revenues, employment and business prospects all are growing for Vanteon Corp.

  • EO Landon Mertz has big plans for nanotechnology firm Cerion Technology.

  • The 2015 edition features an exclusive interview with Paychex CEO Martin Mucci.

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Big move set for Main St.
CGI Communications Inc. is expanding its footprint downtown, with plans to renovate some city buildings as part of its world headquarters expansion targeted for completion in fall 2019. Under the plan, CGI will be creating a mixed-use urban campus with retail, condominiums and indoor parking.

Judge orders Consilium out of headquarters
A Bankruptcy Court judge has ordered Consilium I LLC’s lease on its Culver Road Armory headquarters to be terminated Aug. 1, and the company to be evicted forcibly if it does not vacate the space by that date.

Fast Start: Elizabeth Schirmer Shores uses travelers as vehicles for technology in remote locales.

Snap Poll: Most readers approve of the Supreme Court's recent landmark decisions.

Profile: CEO Landon Mertz has big plans for nanotechnology firm Cerion Technology Inc.

Special Report: Employers honored as best workplaces find surveys of employee offer valuable insight.

Rochester Top 100: Revenues, employment and business prospects all are growing for Vanteon Corp., a Fairport-based technology company.

On Sports: Here's hoping it was a good omen that the dawn of a new era in Buffalo Sabres history occurred in a town named Sunrise. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: This week's list ranks auto dealers. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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