Recent Stories

The millennials’ pandemic

Young professionals, some of whom thought the coronavirus wouldn’t affect their lives, are quickly learning that they, too, are vulnerable. They are learning to cope with social isolation and economic uncertainty.

Gearing up for Industry 4.0

A new study by MCC’s Economic and Workforce Development Center underscores the need to be ready for businesses’ adoption of smart technologies like automation, artificial intelligence and the industrial internet of things.

Another COVID crisis

For hospitals in the Rochester region and across the country, the pandemic has upended their business model and called their financial future into question.

Gearing up for Industry 4.0

A new study by MCC’s Economic and Workforce Development Center underscores the need to be ready for businesses’ adoption of smart technologies like automation, artificial intelligence and the industrial internet of things.

Another COVID crisis

For hospitals in the Rochester region and across the country, the pandemic has upended their business model and called their financial future into question.

Leading Foodlink with a sure hand

Those who know her use words like calm, empathetic and entrepreneurial to describe President and CEO Julia Tedesco, who has guided the nonprofit’s response to COVID-19.

A market without crowds

To operate amid the pandemic, the Brighton Farmers Market adopted measures to ensure social distancing and minimize patrons’ contact with products and other shoppers.