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WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Zack Seward explains how the forum looked to spread the word about the resources in the Rochester area that can help small to midsize manufacturers.
PBS NewsHour looks at similarities in the liberal Occupy Wall Street and the conservative Tea Party movements through the lens of its Patchwork Nation Project.
WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt looks at Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's annual report on the securities industry and its predicted impact on New York's finances.
As the Occupy Wall Street anti-corporate protests continue in Manhattan, similar gatherings are happening in smaller cities upstate.
The City of Rochester will pay millions more for the former site of Midtown Plaza. The move nearly doubles what the city originally paid for the parcel.
WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Emma Jacobs looks at how New York will make up for the loss of power if the downstate nuclear plant goes offline in the coming years.
WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Marie Cusick says lawmakers questioned whether the DEC is rushing the process, and relying on data from the natural gas drilling industry.
WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Zack Seward looks at a local workshop that focused on the nuts and bolts of how specific projects would win state cash through the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council.
Eastman Kodak Retirees met Tuesday morning to discuss concerns about health care benefits as the company's struggles, including a dramatic drop in stock price, continue to make headlines.
Shares of Eastman Kodak closed up more than 70% Monday, rebounding after Friday's drop amid reports that the company was considering bankruptcy.
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