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Alumni Success Stories

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Succeeding By Seeing the Big Picture

Chief financial officer of Thomson Scientific, Christine Naylor, probably didn't follow the traditional career path of most CFOs. "I was the oldest ... [read more]
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Food for Thought

Frank Sklarsky is a well-seasoned financial executive in more ways than one. After being hired at ConAgra Foods Inc. in late 2004, Sklarsky says, ... [read more]
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An ESPN Classic Story

Jessica Connolly, formerly Gugino, has worked at ESPN since graduating from RIT's E. Philip Saunders College of Business in 2000. So how did a small... [read more]
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John Perrotti-Gleason

It's the middle of February, and John Perrotti has just returned home to Rochester from a business trip to India and China. As the president and CEO... [read more]
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New Experiences Develop a Career

Kirsten Knorr has always been interested in new experiences. Even so, taking chances when meeting new people was a skill she had to consciously deve... [read more]
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A Rochester Entrepreneur's Story

"You could say the entrepreneurial spirit has always been in my blood. Growing up, my father owned his own car repair shop. I enjoyed watching hi... [read more]
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Recipe for Success

Entrepreneurs can be measured like a recipe for success. Take volumes of intuition; add equal amounts of risk-taking, boldness and confidence. Mix e... [read more]
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Celebration of a Female Entrepreneur

Sangeeta Bhola is not just a business woman, she is a pioneer. Her drive to learn and succeed as an entrepreneur has carried her all over the world... [read more]
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Building Entrepreneurship From Inside O...

I tell people that if you give me a clean piece of paper, that's what I enjoy most because you are asking me to create something from nothing, says ... [read more]
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A Window to Success

As a child growing up in Watertown, N.Y., Anthony Crupi was highly active - enjoyed life so much, that he wouldn't sleep more than three or four hou... [read more]
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At Home and Back to Business

What's in a name? Maybe a business. Ask Bob Witmeyer and Terry Doherty, who chose the moniker, Robert George Sales Inc. - a combination of their two... [read more]