This Week
  • The East End has evolved into a destination for foodies and art lovers.

  • Five Star Bank revs up its effort in the region.

  • Richard Gianforti Jr. is the third-generation owner of Flower City Glass.

  • Just Solutions Inc. already is outpacing revenue growth for last year.

  • As director of libraries, Beth Lathrop cultivates the Strong's scholarly side.

  • The Schools Report Card has rankings for 27 districts and more than 250 schools.

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Five Star Bank revs up effort in region
Five Star Bank is opening two local branches and has plans to grow its presence in the Rochester area, a move analysts said must be done carefully to find a foothold in increasingly competitive market.

Architectural firm designs to grow
SWBR Architecture, Engineering & Landscape Architecture P.C. is looking to take its expertise across the country, targeting annual sales of $15 million by 2020.

Snap Poll: The majority of readers of respondents to this week's RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll prefer non-fiction for summer reading.

Profile: Richard Gianforti Jr. is the third-generation owner of Flower City Glass.

Special Report: The East End has evolved into a destination for foodies and art lovers.

Rochester Top 100: With its first acquisition complete, Just Solutions Inc. already is outpacing revenue growth for last year.

On Sports: Jordan Spieth's sportsmanship stood out at the PGA Championship. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: Xerox Corp. tops this week's two-part list of Manufacturers. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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