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Daily Archives: July 1, 1996

Electric-rate decrease takes effect Electric rates for Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. customers decrease today. The rate cut of roughly 3.5 percent over the next three years comes as part of an agreement approved by the state Public Service Commission. ...

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Web Sights

Lovers of late-night infomercial aficionado L. Ron Hubbard can find information about him, his philosophy and his college, the Hubbard College of Administration, on the World Wide Web. The “Frequently Asked Questions” section offers some suggestions on management, communication and ...

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Breakthrough seen on hospital law

The law setting rates for hospitals has been extended four days while Gov. George Pataki and legislative leaders continue to work on its successor and the rest of the state budget. An hour before the New York Prospective Hospital Reimbursement ...

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CPAC moves into digital imaging

Marking its first venture into digital imaging, CPAC Inc. today revealed it has signed a deal with the medical imaging firm Voxel. CPAC will provide specialized chemicals for Voxel’s new holographic-imaging system, the company said. Voxel’s system combines digital technology ...

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OTC stocks lead
way in 2nd quarter

The bull continued to hold off the bear in local stock action during the second quarter. On the whole, Rochester’s smaller fry did better than their larger counterparts. As a group, Rochester’s AMEX and NYSE firms gained 2 percent over ...

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Moscom readies spinoff
of Votan subsidiary

Moscom Corp. is spinning off its Votan Corp. subsidiary, which on Friday filed for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company announced today. Moscom has postponed the firm’s semi-annual 2-cents-a-share cash dividend until Votan’s IPO ...

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Web Sights

Lovers of late-night infomercial aficionado L. Ron Hubbard can find information about him, his philosophy and his college, the Hubbard College of Administration, on the World Wide Web. The “Frequently Asked Questions” section offers some suggestions on management, communication and ...

Read More »

Moscom readies spinoff
of Votan subsidiary

Moscom Corp. is spinning off its Votan Corp. subsidiary, which on Friday filed for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company announced today. Moscom has postponed the firm’s semi-annual 2-cents-a-share cash dividend until Votan’s IPO ...

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OTC stocks lead
way in 2nd quarter

The bull continued to hold off the bear in local stock action during the second quarter. On the whole, Rochester’s smaller fry did better than their larger counterparts. As a group, Rochester’s AMEX and NYSE firms gained 2 percent over ...

Read More »

CPAC moves into digital imaging

Marking its first venture into digital imaging, CPAC Inc. today revealed it has signed a deal with the medical imaging firm Voxel. CPAC will provide specialized chemicals for Voxel’s new holographic-imaging system, the company said. Voxel’s system combines digital technology ...

Read More »

Breakthrough seen on hospital law

The law setting rates for hospitals has been extended four days while Gov. George Pataki and legislative leaders continue to work on its successor and the rest of the state budget. An hour before the New York Prospective Hospital Reimbursement ...

Read More »