This Week
  • Pharos Systems International has grown to become a multinational enterprise.

  • The Market at I-Square is a milestone for the $18 million project in Irondequoit.

  • Leonard Brock grew up very poor and tries to help others in need.

  • For employees today, paid leave is one of the most important benefits.

  • New Simon School dean Andrew Ainslie has a plan to raise its national stature.

  • The RBJ 75 supplement presents a list of the 75 largest private-sector employers.

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Market at I-Square is a milestone
The first building of the $18 million I-Square project in Irondequoit will be fully operational in the next two months, its developer says.

Zweigle's expanding cautiously
For Zweigle’s Inc., which ventured briefly into Pennsylvania and thought about China, there is no place like home.

Fast Start: Leonard Brock's career path has followed a natural course. Brock grew up very poor in Rochester, and now he is trying to help others in similar need.

Rochester Top 100: Pharos Systems International Inc. has grown to become a multinational enterprise in print optimization and software.

Profile: New Simon School dean Andrew Ainslie has a plan to raise its national stature. Check out an RBJ Video Extra.

Special Report: For employees today, paid leave is one of the most important benefits.

On Sports: Pitcher Bob Barr's Rochester workload was second to none. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: Reuben Auspitz of Manning & Napier Advisors tops this week's two-part list of highest-paid public company executives. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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