Home / Today’s Top Stories (page 3456) /

Today’s Top Stories

PSC stock takes hit after second-quarter results

PSC Inc.’s stock took a nosedive today, following the firm’s report of lower-than-anticipated earnings for the second quarter. PSC stock fell as low as $7 a share this morning, down from a Tuesday close of $8.75. Its quarterly results were ...

Read More »

Hahn posts 3rd-quarter turnaround Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc. late today reported earnings of $984,000 for the company’s third quarter, marking a sharp turnaround from a $428,000 net loss a year ago. Earnings per share for the period ended June 30 ...

Read More »

PSC stock takes hit after second-quarter results

PSC Inc.’s stock took a nosedive today, following the firm’s report of lower-than-anticipated earnings for the second quarter. PSC stock fell as low as $7 a share this morning, down from a Tuesday close of $8.75. Its quarterly results were ...

Read More »

Racetrack workers’ lawsuit against state ordered to trial

An Albany state Supreme Court justice says fired state Racing and Wagering Board workers will have their day in court. After hearing lengthy pretrial arguments, state Supreme Court Justice George Cerisia Jr. this month ordered the state to stand trial ...

Read More »

Firm launches employment site

Softech Information Systems Corp. has started a free, online job and resume posting service called the Internet Career Exchange. Several similar data bases are available on the Internet, but they usually charge a monthly, yearly or per-posting fee to an ...

Read More »

Xerox sets pact with Fujitsu

Xerox Corp. today announced that its XSoft subsidiary has signed an agreement with Fujitsu Ltd. of Japan’s Fujitsu Middleware Division. The pact will let Fujitsu incorporate XSoft’s Information Visualizer technology into a Windows 95 version of Fujitsu’s OASYS-Win word-processing package. ...

Read More »

Kodak backs BBB online service

Eastman Kodak Co. has signed on as a founding sponsor of a new online Better Business Bureau data base. The service, called BBBOnline, was developed by the Council of Better Business Bureaus and launched at an interim World Wide Web ...

Read More »

Market hammers IEC
for loss in quarter

IEC Electronics Corp., whose CEO and co-founder died earlier this month, continues its struggle to turn rising sales into a bottom-line payoff. The Newark contract manufacturer reported a third-quarter loss after yesterday’s market close. IEC stock tanked during early morning ...

Read More »

Technology challenges banks Banks must become more attuned to customer needs and broaden their service offerings–or else. That is the chief finding of a new study on online retail banking written by Ravi Kalakota and Frances Frei, both assistant professors ...

Read More »

Market hammers IEC
for loss in quarter

IEC Electronics Corp., whose CEO and co-founder died earlier this month, continues its struggle to turn rising sales into a bottom-line payoff. The Newark contract manufacturer reported a third-quarter loss after yesterday’s market close.

Read More »

Kodak backs BBB online service

Eastman Kodak Co. has signed on as a founding sponsor of a new online Better Business Bureau data base. The service, called BBBOnline, was developed by the Council of Better Business Bureaus and launched at an interim World Wide Web ...

Read More »

Xerox sets pact with Fujitsu

Xerox Corp. today announced that its XSoft subsidiary has signed an agreement with Fujitsu Ltd. of Japan’s Fujitsu Middleware Division. The pact will let Fujitsu incorporate XSoft’s Information Visualizer technology into a Windows 95 version of Fujitsu’s OASYS-Win word-processing package.

Read More »

Firm launches employment site

Softech Information Systems Corp. has started a free, online job and resume posting service called the Internet Career Exchange. Several similar data bases are available on the Internet, but they usually charge a monthly, yearly or per-posting fee to an ...

Read More »

The Loop

Reaching for the Brown Ring Xerox, always on the jargon forefront, has coined a new nicety for the ugly business of firing workers. “Employment declined by 100 to 86,600 in the quarter,” a recent press release reads.

Read More »

The Loop

Reaching for the Brown Ring Xerox, always on the jargon forefront, has coined a new nicety for the ugly business of firing workers. “Employment declined by 100 to 86,600 in the quarter,” a recent press release reads. “An increase of ...

Read More »