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Daily Archives: June 28, 1996

Sale of Holotek set

Holotek Ltd., a Rochester manufacturer of customized laser-imaging systems, is being acquired by ECRM Inc., the company announced today. The deal is expected to close in July. “It’s a seminal event for Holotek,” President Roger O’Brien said. “We have recognized ...

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Spaghetti Warehouse building sold to local entrepreneur

A local entrepreneur has purchased the former Spaghetti Warehouse building, 444 Central Avenue. Michael Hertzberg, an owner of one other commercial building and several residential properties, took possession of the building Monday. Records of the sale on file at the ...

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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.

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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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Spaghetti Warehouse building sold to local entrepreneur

A local entrepreneur has purchased the former Spaghetti Warehouse building, 444 Central Avenue. Michael Hertzberg, an owner of one other commercial building and several residential properties, took possession of the building Monday. Records of the sale on file at the ...

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Sale of Holotek set

Holotek Ltd., a Rochester manufacturer of customized laser-imaging systems, is being acquired by ECRM Inc., the company announced today. The deal is expected to close in July. “It’s a seminal event for Holotek,” President Roger O’Brien said. “We have recognized ...

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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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Holiday Inn deal signing expected soon

Buyers are expected to sign a contract on the Holiday Inn- Genesee Plaza in two weeks or less. Out-of-town investors who sent a first letter of intent to the 466-room downtown hotel’s current owners in March inked a final letter ...

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Rochester Tel taking shots from CWA members, DOT

With barely a moment to ballyhoo its recent victory in an ongoing labor dispute, Rochester Telephone Corp. is taking hits on several fronts, including a slap on the wrist from state officials and the latest salvo in a battle with ...

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Rumor-mill churning hurtful, hard to combat

“History is a distillation of rumour,” wrote 19th century Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle, a thought to make contemporary Rochester small-businessman Robert Ritchie shudder. Rumor has dogged Ritchie, owner and operator of A&A Solutions, since the day he started the business ...

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Case-Hoyt challenges 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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Analysts laud Paychex move into PEO market

Analysts are lauding Paychex Inc.’s agreement to merge with National Business Solutions Inc., saying the two are a perfect fit. “I think it’s dramatic,” said Stephen McClellan, a San Francisco-based analyst for Merrill Lynch & Co. “It’s a supreme strategic ...

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TwoWork offers on-site consulting, training

George Heuring and Angela Iocolano joined forces more than a decade ago to help companies improve their productivity. As time went on, they concluded that teams of two performed the best. It was not a revolutionary thought. History is full ...

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New Jersey-based
holding firm buys ITI

Ownership at Information Transfer Inc. has changed hands. Former ITI president David Hessler and his partners sold the Bloomfield-based business in April. Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed, though Hessler said it was primarily a cash transaction. The ...

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RIT professor, partner dive for gold with underwater vehicle

A Rochester Institute of Technology professor has helped design the first commercially available autonomous underwater vehicle. Underwater crafts that are remotely operated–meaning they are steered by a control aboard a nearby ship–have been available for several years and have been ...

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