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

  • 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.

  • 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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The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement regarded as objectionable in wording or appearance and may require the word "advertisement" in any ad. All advertisements are accepted and published upon the representation that the agency and/or advertiser is authorized to publish the entire contents and the subject matter of the advertisement. The agency and/or advertiser will indemnify and hold the publisher harmless from any loss or expense resulting from claims or suits for defamation, libel, violation of right of privacy, plagiarism or copyright infringement, including but not limited to trademarks, trade names and patents.

Limitation of liability for error
The Rochester Business Journal will not be held liable for any error in a published advertisement unless a proof of the advertisement is requested in writing by the advertiser and is returned to the newspaper's office with the error or correction plainly noted in writing. If any error so noted is not corrected by the newspaper, its liability shall not exceed the cost of the space occupied by the error.

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The publisher is not liable for any failure to publish or circulate all or any part of any issue because of circumstances beyond her control.

Cancellations
Ads cancelled after 5 p.m. on the Monday prior to publication will be billed at 100 percent.

Subscriber profiles
The Rochester Business Journal delivers subscribers with buying power! Our readers are well educated, affluent and influential*:

  • 81 percent are college graduates.
  • 80 percent are top-tier managers or business owners.
  • The average household income is $226,000.

Circulation and reader data
The Rochester Business Journal's weekly edition is delivered to subscribers every Friday via the U.S. Postal Service. It is also available at several retail locations, including newsstands and supermarkets.

As a periodical, the RBJ is given high-priority mail handling, ensuring timely delivery of your advertising message.

Audience*:    
Weekly distribution: 10,000 copies    
Weekly readership: 72,000 readers    

Reading time*:    
Time spent with each issue: 49 minutes    
Average number of last four issues read: 3.7    

*Based on 2008 Readex and 2008 International Demographics Inc. Media Audit

 


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