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Van Bortels suing Ford over sale of Henderson Ford

Kitty VanBortel

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.

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Ransomware attack may be a matter of when, not if

Anna Mercado-Clark

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 ...

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Monroe County, NY powers of attorney recorded Oct. 13, 2020

All data come from the Monroe County Clerk’s Office. Powers of Attorney Recorded October 13, 2020 POWER OF ATTORNEY ABS LOAN TRUST VI Appoints: SELECT PORTFOLIO SERVICING INC HILIGER, MARGARET A Appoints: HILIGER, MICHAEL K JPMORGAN CHASE BANK NA Appoints: ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Lawsuit: Wells Fargo targeted immigrants

On “Hit the Streets Thursday,” Wells Fargo bankers and tellers, specifically those of Latino descent, scouted the streets and Social Security offices for potential clients. Their goal: Find undocumented immigrants, take them to a local branch and persuade them to ...

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NY medical marijuana firm makes home deliveries

A medical marijuana provider has launched home delivery service in upstate New York. Columbia Care NY says it began a home delivery pilot program to patients across western New York through its Rochester location in March. The company says it ...

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