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Daily Archives: July 11, 1996

B&L makes management changes Bausch & Lomb Inc. today announced several management changes that the company said were designed to strengthen its strategic focus on its core businesses. Jeff Pontius, currently corporate vice president and president-Eyewear, has been named vice ...

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Expansion paves way for more CVC growth

CVC Products Inc. has completed expansion of its Lee Road plant and opened a new lab at its California research center. CVC, a manufacturer of equipment used to make semiconductors, is on track to hit revenues in the $50 million ...

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Tex-port buys Learning Technology Group

Tex-port Inc., a computer reseller and consulting firm, has purchased the Learning Technology Group for an undisclosed amount. LTG sells and services computers for the education market. The two firms will continue to operate as separate companies, said Philip Ferranti, ...

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Compromise produces
workers’ comp pact

In a compromise that may not completely please either the business community or labor, state legislative leaders and Gov. George Pataki have agreed to split the difference on workers’ compensation reform. The agreement–reached at midnight–comes as part of a larger ...

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Compromise produces
workers’ comp pact

In a compromise that may not completely please either the business community or labor, state legislative leaders and Gov. George Pataki have agreed to split the difference on workers’ compensation reform. The agreement–reached at midnight–comes as part of a larger ...

Read More »

Tex-port buys Learning Technology Group

Tex-port Inc., a computer reseller and consulting firm, has purchased the Learning Technology Group for an undisclosed amount. LTG sells and services computers for the education market. The two firms will continue to operate as separate companies, said Philip Ferranti, ...

Read More »

Expansion paves way for more CVC growth

CVC Products Inc. has completed expansion of its Lee Road plant and opened a new lab at its California research center. CVC, a manufacturer of equipment used to make semiconductors, is on track to hit revenues in the $50 million ...

Read More »