Family-run Ajay Glass & Mirror adds beauty to buildings

Date: 28 October 2011

Date: 28 October 2011

The Rochester Top 100, which annually recognizes the fastest-growing privately held companies in the nine-county region, is sponsored by the Rochester Business Alliance and KPMG.

Here is an interview with Demetrios (Jim) Stathopoulos, CEO of Ajay Glass & Mirror Co. Inc.

You and your two brothers share executive duties at Ajay. That's a lot of face time with close relatives — how do you make it work?

We are a very close-knit family, and while we do collaborate on most decisions, we have very clearly defined responsibilities within the company. We also know what decisions need to be made jointly and which ones can be handled individually without the others' input.

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