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Cybersecurity should be a top priority for any business, regardless of its size or industry, according to one legal expert.” You

Despite continued improvement and ample development in Rochester in recent years, the city still lacks the energetic nightlife and retail

Soaring gas prices. Higher cost of goods. Rising rates for services. Inflation has an impact on every business across every

The Bonadio Group announces the addition of Christopher Wagner as assistant accountant to their staff, as well as the promotions

Among the mental health concerns that were exacerbated by COVID-19, one that impacts employers of all types and sizes shows

Over the past few years, we’ve all expanded our policies and evolved our cultures to accommodate flexible work arrangements. That’s

Kathryn DeVinney reaches for her phone to check the weather before going outside.”Five minutes later, I haven’t checked the weather,

Writing this column is surprisingly similar to posting on social media, which is not something I anticipated when I started

Well, it’s official – we’re now in a bear market! Stocks, as measured by the S&P 500 Index (a proxy

When state lawmakers approved the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA) in March 2021, one of the key provisions in

From propagating plants to educating about equity opportunities, this summer will be anything but a time for rest for those

Investors are currently experiencing one of the worst stock markets in years and one of the worst bond markets in

Talk about the potential value of the legal cannabis market in New York and you’re talking big money — very

Seen Embrace Your Sisters May 1, 2022 – Embrace Your Sisters raised $50,000 at their 15th annual Tea at Two

I was working in a vegetable garden last week and got to thinking about how growing vegetables is akin to

“My boss goes to great lengths to recognize our longtime customers even to the point of sending gifts for special

You have to go back to the mid-1970s to the early 1980s to find inflation rates near where they have been

These days, Maybelle Blair clocks her pitches in years rather than miles per hour. So, when the former All-American Girls

Planning for retirement and creating a contingency plan in the event of an unexpected exit from the workforce are critical

While family-owned businesses are commonplace in the United States, those that are multigenerational remain rare gems. According to Cornell University’s

There is a lot of discussion about strategic planning in not-for-profit circles lately. Evently, moving through a global pandemic and

It’s my favorite time of year: Great Place to Work just announced the 25th Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work

From the straightforward “buy 9 smoothies, get 1 free,” to sophisticated frequent flyer programs, loyalty programs are a staple in

“I’m a hiring manager at a local company looking to fill several positions. I’ve noticed that about two-thirds of our

If you had known, in early 2020, that you might be working from home during a multi-year, global pandemic, would

By the time he finished delivering a motivational speech that would have made Knute Rockne proud, Dick Vitale looked like

In my 10 years at Tompkins and 35 cumulative years in the banking field, I’ve witnessed the industry undergo several

This year’s casino-themed Highland Hospital Gala raised its second highest amount ever, with more than $650,000 gross net income thanks

If you’re in your 50s – ok early 50s – you probably remember a time when a gallon of gas

Imagine this: Your business has been open for only five months and is doing really well. Revenue is higher than

With some COVID-19 restrictions relaxing and others already lifted, the smell of tourism is in the air. Demand for leisure

What do you need to stay safe in your family home, even if your home is getting to be too

The journey of aging is rarely a smooth one. As older adults and their families face emotional, financial and health

The nation’s senior population is the largest and most diverse in history, according to the most recent census data from

Over the past decade, investors experienced a best-case scenario of relatively low inflation and strong investment returns from both stocks

It seemed like a good deal at the time – a rattletrap Ford van with more than 100,000 miles on

Financial plans differ based on individuals’ incomes, future goals, age and tolerance for risk, but often unconsidered in those plans

Every manager at every level has experienced it — that awful feeling in the pit of your stomach when one

There has never been a better time to consider the sustainability of your program activities and take action to address

With the country facing rising inflation and interest rates, as well as the lingering COVID-19 pandemic and the war in

As the world enters three year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) has issued a warning

Rochester is on its way to becoming a national hub for technology innovation. Experts predict that it has the highest

Some years ago, financial author and advisor, Bill Schultheis, devised a simple game to illustrate the difficulty faced by investors

Technology is advancing at warp speed and certainly some innovations could benefit you and your company, but it’s easy to

From LIDROTEC, a company with patent-pending wafer dicing laser machines for the semiconductor industry to Stratio, which provides artificial intelligence

They had trained together five days a week for nearly six months in the backyard solitude of Josh Snyder’s rural

Understanding the ins and outs, trends and activities going on in M&A markets can help businesses make informed decisions including

When people ask me what I do, now that I’m out of television, I simply say, “I have my own

2021 was a record-breaking year globally and nationally for mergers (combining two separate businesses into one new legal entity) and

Rochester has recently been the recipient of many state, federal and private investments that create a true path for transformational

Mike Neer likes to joke that he doesn’t get enough credit for helping Jay Wright become the best-dressed coach in

Digital transformation continues to sweep the country — especially as more companies and their customers embrace digital payment technologies

There have been dramatic shifts in both the needs and the realities of manufacturing the United States over the past

It’s time to talk about time. For many employees, their lunch break is a time when they can step away

Just In Time (JIT) is a production method pioneered in the 1930s by Toyota Motor Corporation as a means to

Firms are using 3D printing to create unique tools, parts and other objects right here in Rochester, allowing for new

March marks Women’s History Month. It is a time to honor the strong, brave women who have broken down barriers,

Quick: How long is the average career? If you guessed 40 years, you would’ve been right a few years ago.

Younger women who grew up with technology and worked in the gig economy may be more comfortable with the pace

If you pressed me to rank the most indispensable Buffalo Bills of this glorious era, I’d go with quarterback Josh

For obvious reasons, COVID-19-19 and the many elements of disruption it has caused continue to dominate conversation at organizations of

March marks two worldwide awareness events for the environment: World Water Day and Earth Hour. In Rochester, New York, these

Monday’s seismic news that Atlanta Falcons star receiver Calvin Ridley had been suspended for the 2022 season for betting on

Ahhh, what to say about the important art of mentoring? It is certainly an art and, in preparation for this

When it comes to intellectual property (IP), the old English idiom “penny wise and pound foolish” never goes out of

Bernie Lillis points with pride to a framed photograph on the mantelpiece above the fireplace of his Fairport home. There

Super Bowl ads deliver on a few recurring themes every year, and this year was no different. Whether it’s nostalgia

Investors have a natural affinity for income-producing investments. A steady stream of investment income is comforting even if it is

In January, New York Attorney General Letitia James released a report summarizing the findings of a broad investigation into so-called

As of January 8, 2022, New York State joined the ranks of more than a dozen states that have legalized

An abundance of liquidity and market exuberance in the world’s recovery from COVID-19 have made this a promising time for

Eric Weddle is one of those feel-good stories that Rochester tight-end-turned-broadcaster Roland Williams has closely followed in recent weeks. Late

The Urban League of Rochester has been awarded a $2 million Growth Opportunities grant from the US Department of Labor

Thomas Sutter of Pittsford has been named president and chief executive officer of LandPro Equipment, a John Deere dealer with

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