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MONDAY, OCT. 9 RochesterTraining.com-“Total Productive Maintenance”-Presenter: High Technology of Rochester-$200-1 – 5 p.m.-Also offered Oct. 23-55 Saint Paul St.-Call Claire Brown, program manager, at 263-3656 to register. RochesterTraining.com-“Managing Workplace Conflict”-Presenter: WorkSmart Learning Systems Inc.-$290-8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.-595 Blossom Road-Call ...

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Veramark makes deal with Alcatel

Veramark Technologies Inc. has signed a deal with Alcatel SEL AG for a VeraBill billing and customer care system. The end user for the system is Mauritel, located in the northwest African country of Mauritania. Alcatel, one of the top ...

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B&L shares up slightly on downsizing news

Bausch & Lomb Inc. stock climbed more than 3 percent today following news the company was restructuring and downsizing. Bausch & Lomb made the announcements about the changes after the market closed on Thursday. Its stock (NYSE: BOL) was trading ...

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Frontier Field won’t be renamed

Area citizens may have paid for Frontier Field, but the stadium will not be renamed as Citizens Field. Citizens Communications Co., which is buying Frontier Communications here, will not replace the familiar name with its own. Frontier Communications officials today ...

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Frontier Field won’t be renamed

Area citizens may have paid for Frontier Field, but the stadium will not be renamed as Citizens Field. Citizens Communications Co., which is buying Frontier Communications here, will not replace the familiar name with its own. Frontier Communications officials today ...

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B&L shares up slightly on downsizing news

Bausch & Lomb Inc. stock climbed more than 3 percent today following news the company was restructuring and downsizing. Bausch & Lomb made the announcements about the changes after the market closed on Thursday. Its stock (NYSE: BOL) was trading ...

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Veramark makes deal with Alcatel

Veramark Technologies Inc. has signed a deal with Alcatel SEL AG for a VeraBill billing and customer care system. The end user for the system is Mauritel, located in the northwest African country of Mauritania. Alcatel, one of the top ...

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WROC hoping for a comeback

With a satellite news truck arriving soon and new management in place, the local CBS affiliate, WROC-TV 8, hopes to regain some of its long-lost glory. WROC’s local news ratings run a distant third to those of ABC affiliate WOKR-TV ...

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Bush, Gore trade shots over energy policy

GOP candidate George W. Bush today accused the Democratic administration of failing to develop a comprehensive energy policy, the AP reported. “America is at the mercy more than ever of foreign governments and cartels, at the mercy of big foreign ...

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Mattel to sell the Learning Co.

Mattel Inc. today announced a restructuring and said it has agreed to sell the Learning Co. to a limited liability company that is owned by Gores Technology Group. Some $250 million of pre-tax costs associated with the restructuring will be ...

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Apple stock drops after warning

Apple Computer Inc. stock fell significantly to 26.25 in early afternoon trading after the company yesterday said it would miss on forecasts for the fiscal fourth quarter, Bloomberg News reported. The firm lost some $9 billion in market value.

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UAL to post third-quarter loss

UAL Corp., the holding company whose primary subsidiary is United Airlines, today said it expects to post a third-quarter loss. “The disruptions to our operations throughout the quarter greatly inconvenienced our customers and front-line employees, reducing revenues significantly,” said James ...

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Olympic competition leaves innocence behind

When U.S. champion shot putter C.J. Hunter admitted this week at the Summer Olympics in Australia that he had tested positive for steroids this summer, it punched yet another hole in the hull of the good ship Olympic Ideals. And ...

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