This Week
  • The number of temporary help employees locally has grown since the recession.

  • Kelby Russell wants you to know: Local wines are among the world's finest.

  • Siblings Bradley Calkins and Katherine Lindahl are co-CEOs of Rochester Midland.

  • Employee cross-training has become essential for organizations to run smoothly.

  • P3 Systems Inc. sells and services new and refurbished networking equipment.

  • Challenges mount for area companies that do business in Russia.

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Cerion plans big-scale growth
Cerion LLC plans to add 60 to 80 jobs over the next two years to Eastman Business Park. The growth reflects an effort to support the growing firm and to revitalize the park as a hub for advanced materials manufacturing.

Report sees progress, much to do
The economy in the United States has been growing in the last year, and the Rochester area has seen expansion to the tune of 4,000 new jobs during that period. But for those who leave school without a basic education, the picture is much more bleak.

Rochester Top 100: P3 Systems Inc., which sells and services new and refurbished networking, has had to move to new locations four times in the seven years since its founding.

Profile: Siblings Bradley Calkins and Katherine Lindahl are co-CEOs of Rochester Midland.

Special Report: Employee cross-training has become essential for organizations to run smoothly.

Picture Page: Two pages of photos from the RBJ Power Breakfast on ROC the Future.

On Sports: The Bills should finally honor coaching legend Lou Saban, who died five years ago at age 87. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: There are two lists this week: Banks and Commercial Builders. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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