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Postal workers
join protest

Rochester postal workers say they will join postal-union colleagues nationwide in picketing the U.S. Postal Service Monday. The action–falling on the 26th anniversary of a 1970 national postal strike–protests Postmaster General Marvin Runyon’s plans to privatize the USPS. Members of ...

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Market cheers Detection Systems Detection Systems Inc. stock closed Friday at $14.50, up $2 a share on news from the company that earnings for the first quarter ending June 30 are triple what they were for the same period a ...

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Napier named president
of Wolf Winterkorn

Sharon Napier is leaving Eric Mower & Associates to become president of Wolf Winterkorn Lillis Advertising Agency Inc. The appointment is effective July 1. Napier was a senior partner at Eric Mower responsible for managing two key accounts, Eastman Kodak ...

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Napier named president
of Wolf Winterkorn

Sharon Napier is leaving Eric Mower & Associates to become president of Wolf Winterkorn Lillis Advertising Agency Inc. The appointment is effective July 1. Napier was a senior partner at Eric Mower responsible for managing two key accounts, Eastman Kodak ...

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Railroad goes public

Genesee & Wyoming Inc. plans to go public. Founded in 1899 as the Genesee & Wyoming Railroad to haul salt over 14 miles of track in Livingston County, the firm now is headquartered in Greenwich, Conn., and operates in several ...

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Local unions plan
protest of IMC meeting

The Communications Workers of America Local 1170 is banding together with other local unions to protest a meeting to be held tomorrow by members of the Industrial Management Council. Representatives from Rochester Telephone Corp.

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LOCAL ENTREPRENUERS HONORED Paychex Inc. CEO Thomas Golisano was one of three local businessmen to receive the 1996 Upstate New York Entreprenuer of the Year award at a banquet Wednesday night in Buffalo. Raymond Hutch, president of Western New York ...

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Local unions plan
protest of IMC meeting

The Communications Workers of America Local 1170 is banding together with other local unions to protest a meeting to be held tomorrow by members of the Industrial Management Council. Representatives from Rochester Telephone Corp. are scheduled to discuss strategies used ...

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Railroad goes public

Genesee & Wyoming Inc. plans to go public. Founded in 1899 as the Genesee & Wyoming Railroad to haul salt over 14 miles of track in Livingston County, the firm now is headquartered in Greenwich, Conn., and operates in several ...

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People on the Move

Frontier Corp. announces that Philip Yawman has been promoted to director of investment relations. The company also has announced the following appointments: Jack Bowman as director of corporate services; Todd Julien as vice president of marketing; Lori Harter as vice ...

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Local insurance carrier offers long-term care discount

Finger Lakes Long Term Care Insurance Co. has joined forces with 15 nursing homes and a home-health care agency to offer a discount that could add up to $7,000 per policyholder. The agreement erases waiting periods for Finger Lakes policyholders ...

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DOT warns Rochester Tel

The state Department of Transportation has issued a warning to Rochester Telephone Corp. for failing to have permits that are required when working near state highways, a DOT official said. On several recent occasions, Rochester Tel work crews had either ...

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Case-Hoyt challenges
NLRB rehiring order

Case-Hoyt Corp. is asking a federal judge to reverse a May arbitration order directing it to rehire laid-off union workers. The company’s attorney says the case boils down to whether Case-Hoyt can take its own evaluation of workers into account ...

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Case-Hoyt challenges
NLRB rehiring order

Case-Hoyt Corp. is asking a federal judge to reverse a May arbitration order directing it to rehire laid-off union workers. The company’s attorney says the case boils down to whether Case-Hoyt can take its own evaluation of workers into account ...

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DOT warns Rochester Tel

The state Department of Transportation has issued a warning to Rochester Telephone Corp. for failing to have permits that are required when working near state highways, a DOT official said. On several recent occasions, Rochester Tel work crews had either ...

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