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Yearly Archives: 1996

Business Notes

CSS Consultants Inc. of Penfield recently completed the annual officer election process for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. The company oversaw the process of printing, distribution and tabulation of ballots for its 50,000 members worldwide. Rochester Software Associates, a ...

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Awards and Achievements

Lancet Arch Inc. has been named an accredited quality contractor by Associated Builders and Contractors for its demonstrated commitment to excellence in safety, training, employee benefits and community relations. Monroe Community College recently received four awards from the National Council ...

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Businesspeople on the move

Re/Max Realty Group Inc. announces that Tim Kayes has joined the Pittsford office. Sandra Steeves has been named manager of public relations and development for United Cerebral Palsy of the Rochester Area Inc. Edward Tanner M.D. has been named chair ...

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Stock Performance

ACC Corp. (O-ACCC) 30.75 34.25 -3.50 -10.2 LOSS -0.51(2) NONE 14.83-54.75 BCE Inc. (N-BCE) 48.00 45.63 2.37 5.2 21.52 2.23 2.72 34.38-50.75 Bausch & Lomb Inc. (N-BOL) 36.25 36.00 0.25 0.7 18.69 1.94 1.04 32.50-44.50 CPAC Inc. (O-CPAK) 15.00 14.75 ...

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Close-up

DANIEL MASON Position: General manager, Rochester Red Wings Age: 29 Education: B.A., American studies, University of Notre Dame Wife: Sheila Ragus Mason Quote: “I want to walk down Main Street Chicago and see someone wearing a Red Wings cap.”

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Home health care agencies

1. Genesee Region Home Care/ Hospice of Rochester 49 Stone St. Rochester, N.Y. 14604 325-1880 Total Staff: 1,170 No. of LPNs/RNs/Home Health Aides(1): 9/260/733 Certified/Licensed by New York(2): Certified Private Pay Rate Per Visit (range)(3): $18.75/hour-$90.00/visit Percentage of Reimbursement by ...

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News in Brief

HMOs get high marks Preferred Care had the best consumer-complaint record of any insurance plan in New York last year, and Blue Choice was not far behind, according to a report released last week. In 1995, three complaints were filed ...

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After two years, is local phone market open?

Rochester grabbed the national spotlight in 1995 by pioneering the first open market for local telephone service. Two years later, industry officials differ on the openness and competitiveness of that open market. Rochester Telephone Corp. CEO Jeremiah Carr gives the ...

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Fate of pact
hinges on vote

The final vote tally on a tentative agreement between Rochester Telephone Corp. and its union workers is not expected until late next month. The national Communications Workers of America plans to mail ballots on Jan. 10 to all members of ...

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Investors shrug at latest blows
suffered by Bausch & Lomb

Bausch & Lomb Inc.’s stock seems immune to bad news these days. It dipped a point to $34.25 on Thursday after news of lower-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and a lawsuit being filed by New York and 21 other states. However, it ...

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VA health centers shifting
to integrated delivery

Veterans health centers in Upstate New York and across the nation are taking a cue from the private sector and reorganizing into integrated-delivery systems. That means the Department of Veterans Affairs health centers in Canan-daigua, Batavia, Buffalo, Bath, Syracuse and ...

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Banks breaking mold in advertising

Rochester Community Savings Bank and its advertising agency, Buck & Pulleyn Inc., were nervous this fall as they rolled out the bank’s latest advertising campaign. It is the first television and outdoor campaign regionally to use animation in bank advertising. ...

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After buyout, Meridian
expands business focus

One of the area’s top computer sellers –with $20 million in annual revenues– has a new home, a new name and an expanded focus. Meridian Technology Group Inc. moved Nov. 25 from Henrietta to a 10,225-square-foot facility on Route 96 ...

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State plans to post records
of doctors, others on Net

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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U.K. licenses expected
to boost ACC, Frontier

Two area long-distance companies expect to save millions of dollars annually after being among the first companies in the world to get government approval to own transmission lines in the United Kingdom. The U.K. license, granted to 44 telecommunications companies ...

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