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Daily Archives: November 6, 1997

Martino ad agency
changes again

Advertising and public relations agency Martino, Angora & Flynn LLC has undergone another major change– the second in less than a year. Louis Angora, one of the firm’s four principals, left the agency last week. As a result, the firm ...

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Area native wrote
recipe for Java

The roots of Java–the hottest thing brewing in the computer industry–can be traced to a popular family-run restaurant in Churchville. At his family’s restaurant on South Main Street, a continent away from the semiconductors and chips of the Silicon Valley, ...

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California firm to buy
Midtown Plaza

McCurdy & Co. Inc. is selling Midtown Plaza to a California-based real estate firm. The impending sale of the downtown Rochester mall and office complex was announced today by the Chicago-based LaSalle Partners Inc., which will manage the property for ...

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Cantisano promotes LiDestri Cantisano Foods Inc. has named John LiDestri as CEO of the processed-food manufacturer. LiDestri will remain president of the Fairport-based company. Also, Donna Yanicky has been appointed vice president. DT Industries boosts sales DT Industries Inc., parent ...

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California firm to buy
Midtown Plaza

McCurdy & Co. Inc. is selling Midtown Plaza to a California-based real estate firm. The impending sale of the downtown Rochester mall and office complex was announced today by the Chicago-based LaSalle Partners Inc., which will manage the property for ...

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Area native wrote
recipe for Java

The roots of Java–the hottest thing brewing in the computer industry–can be traced to a popular family-run restaurant in Churchville. At his family’s restaurant on South Main Street, a continent away from the semiconductors and chips of the Silicon Valley, ...

Read More »

Martino ad agency
changes again

Advertising and public relations agency Martino, Angora & Flynn LLC has undergone another major change– the second in less than a year. Louis Angora, one of the firm’s four principals, left the agency last week. As a result, the firm ...

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