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  1. RIT's new downtown gallery opens Friday, Dec. 7. Photo by A. Sue WeislerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Rochester Business Journal

    Rochester Institute of Technology opens a new gallery in downtown Rochester tonight with an exhibit featuring two of its stellar artists. The RIT City Art Space is in Sibley Square at Liberty Plaza and its first exhibit showcases the work of art professors Willie Osterman and Leonard Urso, each internationally recognized in their ... Complete access to news articles on rbj.net is available to Rochester Business Journal's subscribers who are logged in.

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  2. Artist Nancy Gong crafts glass that, like light, enduresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Rochester Business Journal

    Growing up the child of Chinese immigrants in Rochester and Brighton, Nancy Gong was familiar with Asian art and its emphasis on monochromatic works. Those familiar with the bus stop outside Gleason Works or the panels of glass in Rochester Institute of Technology's Innovation Center can see the monochromatic influence in these Gong architectural glass works.

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  3. Baseball greatly influenced President George Bush's lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Rochester Business Journal

    I was sitting at my desk in the newsroom during the spring of 1991 when a clerk told me I had letter from the White House. My colleagues and I began chuckling.

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  4. Rochester loses Air Canada serviceRead the original story

    Monday Nov 26 | Rochester Business Journal

    Canada's largest airline quietly made its last departure from Rochester Oct. 31, the same day Greater Rochester International Airport celebrated the long-awaited completion of its $79 million renovation project. Air Canada officials told Greater Rochester International Airport interim airport director Andy Moore there were two reasons for the departure. 45 comments

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    Tuesday Nov 20 | Rochester Business Journal

    Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays-a chance to take a brief timeout from a career and a life that lately feels as if it's zipping by as rapidly as a ball off the barrel of Aaron Judge's bat. It's a day that allows me to spend some quality time with loved ones, to truly give thanks.

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  6. EFPR Group LLPRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    Fico has been hired as a staff accountant in the attest department. She has experience in tax accounting and is a SUNY Geneseo graduate.

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  7. Software is leading the way in RochesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    It's a great time to be in the software space in Rochester. The "help wanted" signs are cluttering the digital storefront.

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  8. Gloria Daza Onderdonk of Fairport is the owner of Kaia Earth Skin Care.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    Gloria Onderdonk's tagline for her company, Kaia Earth Skin Care, is unwaveringly honest. "Kaia" comes from the Greek word for "pure."

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  9. An apology to our communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    The cartoon that ran in the Friday, Oct. 19 issue of the Rochester Business Journal should never have been published. We take full responsibility and apologize for our mistake.

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  10. Two Rochester universities win $1 million each in energy conservation contestRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester both won $1 million grants in a statewide college competition to develop energy saving and sustainability projects. Suffolk County Community College on Long Island won the third prize offered in the Energy to Lead Competition, which is part of the New York State Energy Research and Development ... Complete access to news articles on rbj.net is available to Rochester Business Journal's subscribers who are logged in.

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  11. Private schools work in multiple ways to foster alumni supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    Private schools around the Rochester area depend upon their alumni to help with social functions and administrative tasks, donate funds and represent them in the community. "They are our ambassadors," asserts Karen Ralph, director of alumnae relations for Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women.

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  12. A pioneer in broadcasting, Langston - gave a voice to the voices'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    He came to Rochester with the intent of providing weather forecasts to television viewers. He ended up creating a landmark radio station instead.

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  13. Honoring the best, benefitting who's nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    Every year the Rochester Business Hall of Fame inducts new members who have helped shape our Region as business owners and innovators. They have made extraordinary contributions to their industries, given generously to our community, and serve as excellent role models for the next generation.

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  14. In Optimax, Mandina and Plympton formed a winning teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    They supply precision optical components, such as semi-conductors, aerospace, and medical instruments for the military and industry in the United States and overseas. Optimax focuses on small volume, high-quality jobs with quick delivery.

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  15. See how local schools rank on US News annual college ranking listRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    Surely one of the math scholars at the University of Rochester or at Rochester Institute of Technology could figure out the odds of both local universities tying for 50th on US News & World Report's list for national universities recommended by high school counselors. Perhaps they could also figure out how St. Mary's College in Indiana and ... Complete access to news articles on rbj.net is available to Rochester Business Journal's subscribers who are logged in.

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  16. Creativity replaces cookie-cutter in architectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    The SEI Design Group office is one of Rochester's Coolest Spaces. The firm also did the design on the Rochester City School District's School No.

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  17. Optics firm opens expanded plant in HenriettaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    As part of an overarching plan to integrate its different optical technologies and research and development, IDEX Health & Science LLC has opened its new Optics Center of Excellence in Henrietta. The $14 million John Street facility, which broke ground last October, now houses the company's local Melles Griot operations, as well as its Melles Griot laser operations formerly housed at a facility in Carlsbad, Calif.

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  18. The Alzheimer's AssociationRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    The Alzheimer's Association , Rochester and Finger Lakes Region, announces the hiring of Dina Johnson as director of care and support. She will oversee a team of care coordinators who aid families affected by Alzheimer's.

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  19. YMCA completes upgrades at west side's Camp NorthpointRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    The YMCA of Greater Rochester on Thursday unveiled upgrades at Camp Northpoint, which served 3,000 children this summer. The 45-acre camp on North Greece Road served children from the west side this summer.

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  20. Douglass property deed shows abolitionist's interest in economic developmentRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2018 | Rochester Business Journal

    A deed discovered by a team from Rochester Institute of Technology in December shows that Frederick Douglass made efforts to invest in Rochester, and not just live and work here. The famed abolitionist, who was born into slavery 200 years ago and lived in Rochester for 25 years, bought land on North Clinton Avenue in April ... Complete access to news articles on rbj.net is available to Rochester Business Journal's subscribers who are logged in.

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