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Frontier overhauls sales,
service operation nationwide

Frontier Corp. today announced a major restructuring, decentralizing its field sales and service organization into four regions nationwide. The restructuring is intended to enhance Frontier’s ability to reach its small and midsize business customers. The new organization “puts Frontier in ...

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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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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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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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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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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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XEROX WINS AWARD Xerox Corp. has won the 1996 Helen Keller Achievement Award in Assistive Technology, the company announced today. The award, given by the American Foundation for the Blind, honors Xerox’s history as a pioneer in developing technology for ...

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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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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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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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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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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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