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The Loop

Change–or get changed–at Kodak Over the past three years Kodak CEO George Fisher has chopped debt, pumped up profit margins and ignited a surge in the company’s stock price. Yet, according to an article in the latest issue of Fortune ...

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The Loop

Change–or get changed–at Kodak Over the past three years Kodak CEO George Fisher has chopped debt, pumped up profit margins and ignited a surge in the company’s stock price. Yet, according to an article in the latest issue of Fortune ...

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Debate looms
over ISP access fees

The state next year will start posting licensing and disciplinary information about practitioners in 38 professions in a centralized Internet site. The state Department of Education plans to post the records for the last three years on its site at ...

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Hamlin elected to NY fed

Area hospitals and insurers are pushing the midnight deadline for setting rates for 1997. It is clear, however, that the final rates will be lower than the state-mandated rates set under the New York Prospective Hospital Reimbursement Methodology, which expires ...

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Hospitals push
deadline on rates

Area hospitals and insurers are pushing the midnight deadline for setting rates for 1997. It is clear, however, that the final rates will be lower than the state-mandated rates set under the New York Prospective Hospital Reimbursement Methodology, which expires ...

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Frontier added to S&P 500 Frontier Corp. and two other companies will be added to the Standard & Poor’s 500 index after the close of trading today. Also joining the S&P 500 are AutoZone Inc. and Thermo Electron Corp. All ...

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Hospitals push
deadline on rates

Area hospitals and insurers are pushing the midnight deadline for setting rates for 1997. It is clear, however, that the final rates will be lower than the state-mandated rates set under the New York Prospective Hospital Reimbursement Methodology, which expires ...

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Hamlin elected to NY fed

Area hospitals and insurers are pushing the midnight deadline for setting rates for 1997. It is clear, however, that the final rates will be lower than the state-mandated rates set under the New York Prospective Hospital Reimbursement Methodology, which expires ...

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Debate looms
over ISP access fees

The state next year will start posting licensing and disciplinary information about practitioners in 38 professions in a centralized Internet site. The state Department of Education plans to post the records for the last three years on its site at ...

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Web Sights

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department’s new Web site now has an area dedicated to the disappearance of Ceara O’Connell. The site includes a color photo of the 14-year-old Henrietta girl. You can find the site at http://sheriff.hq.net/missing/ Do you ever ...

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Web Sights

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department’s new Web site now has an area dedicated to the disappearance of Ceara O’Connell. The site includes a color photo of the 14-year-old Henrietta girl. You can find the site at http://sheriff.hq.net/missing/ Do you ever ...

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New markets drive UTC expansion

Record sales and several new markets led a Victor manufacturer to expand its 4-month-old home. To help address a record backlog of $6 million, Ultimate Technology Corp., a subsidiary of Tridex Corp., this month added 19,000 square feet of manufacturing ...

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Xerox stock jumps
on rating upgrade

Xerox Corp. stock rose today on news that Cowen & Co. raised its rating on the copier firm from neutral to strong buy. By mid-afternoon, Xerox shares were trading at $52.63; they closed at $52.75, up 2.4 percent from the ...

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Leading tax service opens office Jackson Hewitt Tax Service is opening a local office in Gates at 2292 Lyell Avenue. Office manager is Frank Antinetto. Jackson Hewitt is the nation’s second largest tax-preparation firm with 1,400 offices in 45 states ...

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Xerox stock jumps
on rating upgrade

Xerox Corp. stock rose today on news that Cowen & Co. raised its rating on the copier firm from neutral to strong buy. By mid-afternoon, Xerox shares were trading at $52.63; they closed at $52.75, up 2.4 percent from the ...

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