Private-Sector Employers

Paychex Names Mucci as CEO

Local payroll company Paychex has named Martin Mucci its new CEO. Mucci replaces Jonathon Judge who left the company earlier this year.

Small town art scene

Privately-funded public art brightened small towns and markets this summer.  My thanks to Classical 91.5 listener Al Kopec, who sent in pictures from the Windmill Farm and Craft Market between Dundee and Penn Yan, where a large mural appeared on one of the buildings.

 

Touring PAETEC's New HQ Site with CEO Arunas Chesonis

PAETEC Board Chairman and CEO Arunas Chesonis unveiled more about his vision for the company's new world headquarters on WXXI's Need to Know Rochester

Lean Times for Retailers

The recession continues to effect retail in New York State.

Retailers say they're keeping inventory low, and employment flat this year.

VituralScopics Posts Record-Breaking Quarter

The local company reports 54% revenue increase, 97% jump in gross profits.

Intv with William Grinker, Chair of NYS Small Business Task Force

William Grinker chairs gubernatorial task force charged with promoting small business growth and development in New York.

Brewery on St. Paul Opening to Public

North American Breweries, parent company of Genesee Brewing Co., is planning to  build a pub inside the St. Paul facility, and offer public tours.

Interview with Rob Gross, CEO of Monro Muffler

WXXI Senior Correspondent Peter Iglinski interviewed the head of a Rochester-based company that is sailing through the recession.

Kodak Falls Short of Wall Street Expectations

Eastman Kodak Co. lost 41-cents per share in the third quarter, as digital revenue plunged 25%.

 

Rochester Institution Celebrates 33-1/3 Anniversary

A quirky Rochester institution, Record Archive, is celebrating its 33-1/3 year anniversary with help from city officials.