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New CEO outlines his focus
Interim CEO Eric Converse, who had joined the VirtualScopics Inc. board of directors in August, has the task of leading the company's turnaround.
UR searches for a pair of key leaders
The University of Rochester had gone six years without a dean transition, President Joel Seligman points out. Now the university is facing two.
Rochester Top 100: The only law firm to appear among the 2013 Rochester Top 100 companies, Davidson Fink prides itself on the array of services its 25 lawyers offer.
Profile: Adam McFadden joined a gang at 14 and suffered a gunshot wound at 15. Today, he leads Quad A For Kids and is the longest-serving member of City Council. "There's nothing I wouldn't do to protect people," he says.
Special Report: Schools respond to demand for online executive MBA programs.
On Sports: Red Wings GM Dan Mason hopes the Frozen Frontier will be a sports spectacle. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.
This week's list: United Way of Greater Rochester Inc. tops this week's list of Grant Makers. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.