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

2010 RBJ 75

Supplement ranks private, public and non-profit organizations

Welcome to the second RBJ 75. Last year marked a significant new direction for this annual special section. After publishing the 20th edition of Rochester's Top 50 in 2008, we decided to reinvent the supplement by broadening it to include not just the leading private and publicly held companies but also the area's top 25 non-profit organizations.

Here's how the main RBJ 75 lists are ranked:

  • For the public companies, net income is the primary performance measure.
  • For the private firms and non-profits, total local employment determines the ranking order.

 

Here are the highlights of this year's special supplement to the July 23, 2010 Rochester Business Journal:

How Rochester's top enterprises measure up

For Perez, this is Kodak's moment

Holding a steady course amid turbulence

After the recession, horizon still is cloudy

Public companies' shares find nowhere to hide

Chances to grab assets on the cheap prove elusive

More than one educational path leads to the top

Employers weather the rough economic climate

RBJ 75: Public Company CEOs

RBJ 75: Private Companies CEOs

RBJ 75: Non-Profits CEOs

RBJ 75: No. 1 rankings of the last 10 years

RBJ 75: What's behind the numbers

Public Companies List

Private Companies List

Non-Profit Organizations List

 

 


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