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Eber Bros. in pension skirmish
Claiming Eber Bros. Wine & Liquor Corp.’s more than 430-beneficiary defined-benefit retirement plan is broke and rudderless, the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. has launched a court bid to take over the pension plan of the shuttered former Rochester-area firm.
Work to begin in fall on Sibley Building
The owners of the Sibley Building expect to start work on phase one of an estimated $200 million project this fall and already have a list of people interested in living there.
Plastics firm joins lawsuit over foam ban
Commodore Plastics LLC of Bloomfield has joined a coalition of restaurant owners, manufacturers and recycling companies in a lawsuit to overturn a ban on polystyrene foam by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. The ban is set to take effect July 1.
Special section: St. John Fisher president Donald Bain plans to retire next month. His tenure has been a period of significant growth for the college.
Profile: Suzanne Nasipak-Chapman is Rochester market executive for First Niagara Financial Group.
Special Report: New hotels add to Rochester's hospitality scene, but their impact is not yet certain.
Rochester Top 100: Tapping into a business model primarily used in larger cities across the country has led to growth at Inde.
Snap Poll: If the 2015 Monroe County executive election were held today, 63 percent of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say they would favor Republican Cheryl Dinolfo over Democrat Sandra Frankel.
On Sports: Tom Brady's reputation has been permanently stained. And Roger Goodell will continue to be perceived as a puppet of Pats owner Robert Kraft. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.
This week's list: Cornell University, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management tops this week's list of MBA programs. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.