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Rochester Business Journal Index: Second Quarter 1996
Part II: June

ROCHESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL NEWSLINK INDEX (c) SECOND QUARTER 1996: June (Part II) June 7, 1996 PAGE ONE Contents,1 Hansford CEO exits for ITT Automotive,2 Merger strengthens PSC hand,3 City parks await new plan to preserve heritage,4 RBJ receives award,4 NEWS ...

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Rochester Business Journal Index: Second Quarter 1996
Part I: April-May

ROCHESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL NEWSLINK INDEX (c) SECOND QUARTER 1996: April-May (Part I) April 5, 1996 PAGE ONE Contents,1 Frontier hit by takeover rumors and CFO’s exit,2 Kodak takes full control of Japan marketing unit,3 Former Bausch exec presses firm following ...

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Daily Edition launched

On Monday, June 24, the Rochester Business Journal launched its Daily Edition on the Internet’s World Wide Web. The Daily Edition Web site is http://www.rbj.net. There is no fee to access the site. Now, at no additional cost, each NewsLink ...

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Calendar: July 1 – 11

MONDAY, JULY 1 International Coach Federation Coaching Skills Workshop–$39–6 – 9:30 p.m.–Call Edie Pereira at 529-5204 for more information. TUESDAY, JULY 2 St. John Fisher College Business Course –“Surfing the Internet”–$59–6:30 – 9:30 p.m. –Call 385-8320. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 St. ...

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Non-Profit Report:
Southeast Ecumenical Ministry

A WEEKLY PROFILE OF A LOCAL NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION Since 1969 Southeast Ecumenical Ministry has been serving the Southeast area of the city of Rochester by providing transportation assistance for low-income seniors and medically disabled individuals, plus emergency food assistance and ...

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Best time-wasters make waiting an art

Whenever I go to the airport, I always plan to waste time as efficiently as possible. It is the perfect setting to practice various time-wasting techniques. I start by just staring at the floor. There are some truly unique patterns ...

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Let the votes be cast

In the jargon of the day, it might be called politics as usual–not. With the presidential campaign season ready to hit high gear, the last thing one might expect out of the nation’s capital is a compromise on an issue ...

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Finger Lakes Fulfillment

Lynn Perkins has been offering specialized marketing services to a handful of clients for some three years. But after some encouraging from others and a desire to expand her clientele, in May she formed her own company, Finger Lakes Fulfillment, ...

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Denise Gutstein: Rochester Telephone Corp.

It’s easy to peg Denise Gutstein as an engineer: Her bulky, multifunctional watch–the kind that keeps time while calculating hyperbolic cosines–is a dead giveaway. Less transparent but equally strong is the management prowess the 32-year-old Gutstein wields in her new ...

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Book includes Genesee Hospital

The Genesee Hospital is among only six hospitals in the nation to be selected for inclusion in an upcoming publication on improving hospital performance. “Doing the Right Things Right: Survey Readiness Strategies for Accredited Hospitals” is slated to be published ...

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Panelists stress performance, value

Eastman Kodak Co. wants to find better ways to measure the performance of its health-insurance plans and communicate the results to its employees, said one of the company’s benefit directors. Timothy Moore, director of benefits policy/health care plans for Kodak’s ...

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Rate-setting mire plagues state’s nursing homes

Would you go into a business where, five years after you had completed your business plan and several years after you had built your plant and staffed up, you still didn’t know how much your principal customer was going to ...

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Resources for long-term care

The following is a selected list of resources for information about long- term-care services. For additional help, including specific programs, see the Rochester Business Journal Health Care Services Directory, published March 29 as a supplement to the paper. General elder ...

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Home visits bring care
to familiar surroundings

Underhill says Medicaid patients are used to two hours of daily care, even though their specific needs might be met in less time. But the fact is, she notes, that everyone’s needs are different. So are the skills required to ...

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Day programs offer elder care, respite for families

Yet they don’t need a nursing home or hospital. Their families often need help, too. These members of the sandwich generation can find themselves caring for their own children as well as aging parents or grandparents. Some are young adults ...

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