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Mar 21, 2023

Investor alleges fraud and deception by RealEats executives

An Indiana firm is alleging that RealEats executives used fraudulent behavior to induce investment and also failed to disclose impending financial peril.

Jan 27, 2023

Union accuses Hickey Freeman of ‘stealing worker wages,’ company denies allegation

The union representing workers at Hickey Freeman is accusing the Rochester-based men's clothier of stealing workers' wages and shirking benefit obligations.

Oct 21, 2022

Companies should have a cyber resilience plan ready for cyberattacks

There’s a popular adage in the cybersecurity industry that goes: “It’s not if, but when,” meaning the probability that a business will fall victim to a cyberattack.

Mar 17, 2022

Plaza owners seek $2.1 million from Regal Cinemas for unpaid rent, fees

The owner of Culver Ridge Plaza has filed suit against Regal Cinemas, Inc., alleging the movie theater operator owes $2.15 million in unpaid rent, taxes and late fees.

Jan 28, 2022

Home affordability concerns become more acute as prices climb

As the number of houses for sale remained at record low levels in Monroe County throughout 2021, prices continued to soar.

Nov 16, 2021

Van Bortels suing Ford over sale of Henderson Ford

The owners of a longtime Rochester-area Ford dealership are suing the auto maker, alleging the Detroit-based company reneged on an agreement regarding the purchase of another local dealership.

Aug 13, 2021

Former Hart’s will be new home for RDG+Partners

Construction is underway to turn the former Hart's Local Grocers building on Rochester's East End into the new headquarters for RDG+Partners.

Feb 18, 2021

Ransomware attack may be a matter of when, not if

Cybersecurity is always a priority for businesses of all sizes, but even implementation of the most aggressive system defense packages, along with advanced employee training, may not be enough to ward off an attack. Cyber criminals have exploited vulnerabilities of systems as well as in work-from-home arrangements during the coronavirus pandemic to hold businesses hostage. […]

May 8, 2020

Business owners have loads of questions about returning to work

When the coronavirus pandemic began, business owners were hoping law firms could help interpret leases, emergency funding applications and insurance policies. Now, with New York taking steps to begin a phased-in reopening of the economy, labor and employment lawyers are being asked a new set of questions. Such as: » What if a worker refuses […]

Apr 12, 2018

Vuzix files $80 million lawsuit

Vuzix Corp., the Henrietta smart glasses manufacturer, has filed an $80 million lawsuit accusing a Westchester County stock trader of maligning the company to profit from manipulating the stock price. New York City attorney Irwin Weltz filed the suit for Vuzix on April 5 in state Supreme Court in Manhattan against Ricardo Antonio Pearson, who […]

Jul 27, 2017

Four inductees set for ’17 class of Business Hall of Fame

Four area business leaders will be inducted to the Rochester Business Hall of Fame this year. The 2017 inductees are William Levine, co-founder and president, Alleson Athletic; Victor Salerno, CEO, O’Connell Electric Co. Inc.; Robert Sands, president and CEO, Constellation Brands Inc.; and Christine Whitman, chairman and CEO, Complemar Partners Inc. This year’s inductees are […]

Jul 21, 2017

Despite hefty cash reserves, many companies sitting on the M&A sidelines

With companies holding billions of dollars in cash reserves, 2017 was supposed to be the year of the deal. And a new president touting tax reform was also expected to serve as a catalyst for merger and acquisition activity. But so far, it has not played out that way. As a matter of fact, merger […]

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