This Week
  • Rochester's business leaders have highest overall, future confidence.

  • Matthew Flanigan aims to build Flower City Habitat for Humanity.

  • When will downtown retail development gain momentum like the office and housing sectors?

  • Tender Loving Family Care follows a different model than most of its home care agency peers.

  • Taren Greenidge says helping Littler Mendelson clients do the right thing is rewarding.

  • See the 20th anniversary edition of the Forty under 40 supplement.

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G.W. Lisk adding facility
G.W. Lisk Corp. Inc., one of the region’s largest employers, is in the midst of a roughly $7 million expansion that will help the manufacturer keep up with growth.

RFID leader expects rise in jobs here
For many manufacturers, controlling a factory floor is akin to counting chickens.

Profile: Matthew Flanigan aims to build Flower City Habitat for Humanity.

Special Report: When will downtown retail development gain momentum like the office and housing sectors?

Rochester Top 100: Tender Loving Family Care Inc. follows a different model than most of its licensed home care agency peers.

On Sports: For every thrill of victory, there is an agony of defeat. For every hero, there is a goat, as unjust as that may be. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: Paychex Insurance Agency Inc. tops this week's list of Commercial Insurance Firms. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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