Top Xerox officials updated the investment community Wednesday on the status of the company as it gets ready to separate into two businesses, one focusing on document technology, the other on business services.

The conference in New York City focused on the new document technology company, which will keep the name Xerox.  That company is the one that has the bulk of the Xerox jobs in the Rochester area.

Jeff Jacobson is going to be the CEO of Xerox after the company separates into two parts.

A federal judge recently blocked an Obama administration policy that was going to give more workers overtime. We discuss this ruling, and we discuss issues facing the American worker more broadly. President-elect Trump has promised to protect American workers, but Harold Meyerson, executive editor of The American Prospect, says Trump's election is "an extinction-level event for American labor." Our guests:

color:#333333">ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York regulators are launching a comprehensive review of energy service companies, saying the competitive residential market created by utility deregulation hasn't lived up to its promise.

Canada’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable processor has opened the doors on a facility that takes up 13 acres of a business park in Orleans County.

According to officials with Empire State Development, Pride Pak will ultimately invest up to $30 million on a state of the art complex at the Medina Business Park to be closer to its U.S. customers.

The company has committed to creating 200 jobs at the site.

Pride Pak provides fresh-cut fruits and vegetables to food service operations and retail establishments including Wegmans.

A new Siena College survey shows that holiday gift spending among New Yorkers will be pretty similar to what it was last year.

The survey shows that more than half of those polled will spend under $500, according to survey director, Don Levy.

In the race for video streaming domination, Netflix surges forward. On Wednesday, Netflix announced and implemented in its latest update, the ability to download TV and movie titles on mobile devices.

For many families, the burden of student loan debt is overwhelming; and while Gov.

A new survey from Paychex on small business hiring shows a slight decline in November, but at a pace of growth consistent with where hiring was nationally last year at this time.

That according to Paychex CEO Marty Mucci, who says it appears hiring peaked in June, and trended slightly lower after that time. He says that may be due to uncertainty that small business owners had about the election.

Federal regulators say the nation's railroads are making slow and uneven progress in installing positive train control, technology that could prevent train crashes, and there is growing concern that several railroads may not make the government's deadline for implementing the system.

Part of our ongoing series exploring how the U.S. can educate the nearly 5 million students who are learning English.

Brains, brains, brains. One thing we've learned at NPR Ed is that people are fascinated by brain research. And yet it can be hard to point to places where our education system is really making use of the latest neuroscience findings.


U.S. Photonics Hub Coming To Rochester

What does this mean for the economy of the Rochester region?