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City Co-Op Program Launches First Startup

A year ago, city officials said they’d help to create worker cooperatives in some of Rochester’s poorest neighborhoods.  At these businesses, employees could become partial owners — and when the company profits, these workers would share in the rewards.

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Publication date: 2017-04-11
Parent publication: Democrat & Chronicle
Publication URL: City co-op program launches first startup

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