This Week
  • Schneiderman aiming to curb violations of mental health parity law.

  • Blue Cross Arena general manager Jeff Calkins draws top talent in a competitive market.

  • Twenty years ago, RIT pioneered one of today's top degree programs: software engineering.

  • Martino Flynn LLC plans to grow revenue by 5 percent to 10 percent this year.

  • Steve Glickman wants to infuse Rochester region with new ideas, perspectives.

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

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Council considers new law
A proposal before the Rochester City Council has upset some local landlords, but the same law has been in effect in Buffalo for 10 years without causing many problems, housing officials there said.

Clerk race gets high profile
Voters have a choice when it comes to the next county clerk between a young innovator and an experienced clerk who is making her first run for office.

The diversity factor
Minority young professionals see signs of progress.

Profile: Blue Cross Arena general manager Jeff Calkins draws top talent in a competitive market.

Special Report: Twenty years ago, RIT pioneered one of today's top degree programs: software engineering.

Rochester Chamber Top 100: Martino Flynn LLC plans to grow revenue by 5 percent to 10 percent this year.

On Sports: The legendary life of racing's lovable loser Zippy Chippy. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: This week features the two-part list of highest-paid public company executives. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.

Snap Poll: Twenty-five years ago this month, the World Wide Web debuted as a publicly available service on the internet. And 95 percent of respondents say it changed the way they do business.


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