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Strong launches new initiative

Strong Health officials are calling for a communitywide shift in health care focus to emphasize preventive public-health measures over cost containment. The Strong system, which includes Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester Medical Center and UR’s School of Medicine and ...

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Craft Co. owner to receive award

Lynn Allinger, co-owner of Craft Co. No. 6, is slated to receive the Greater Rochester Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners’ Active Community Entrepreneur Award. The award recognizes success as a business owner and contributions to the ...

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Financial Institutions profit rises

Wyoming County-based Financial Institutions Inc. today reported third-quarter net income increased 12.1 percent to $4.67 million, compared with $4.16 million a year ago. Earnings per share were 39 cents for the quarter, up from 34 cents a year ago. “I ...

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Corning, other firms get COMIDA aid

County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency approved four measures today resulting in financial assistance for more than $6.2 million worth of local projects. Corning Inc. received sales-tax exemptions for building supplies and materials for its new Henrietta and Greece facilities. ...

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Corning, other firms get COMIDA aid

County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency approved four measures today resulting in financial assistance for more than $6.2 million worth of local projects. Corning Inc. received sales-tax exemptions for building supplies and materials for its new Henrietta and Greece facilities. ...

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Financial Institutions profit rises

Wyoming County-based Financial Institutions Inc. today reported third-quarter net income increased 12.1 percent to $4.67 million, compared with $4.16 million a year ago. Earnings per share were 39 cents for the quarter, up from 34 cents a year ago. “I ...

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Craft Co. owner to receive award

Lynn Allinger, co-owner of Craft Co. No. 6, is slated to receive the Greater Rochester Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners’ Active Community Entrepreneur Award. The award, to be presented on Oct. 24, recognizes success as a ...

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Middle East summit produces agreement

Israel and the Palestinians today agreed at a crisis summit in Egypt to halt a wave of violence that has killed at least 105 people and severely shaken Middle East peacemaking. Leaders voiced caution after President Clinton announced the deal, ...

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3Com enters Internet appliance market

3Com Corp. today unveiled a home Internet appliance named Audrey that provides e-mail, Web access, a calendar, address book and synchronization capability for personal digital assistants. The device, price at $499, marks 3Com’s entrance into a virtually untapped high-growth consumer ...

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Final presidential debate set tonight

The final presidential debate between Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush will go ahead today in St. Louis despite the death of Missouri’s governor in a plane crash. The debate is seen as the last big ...

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Skittish market slumps on heavy trading

Stocks sank today as as investors nervously awaited earnings numbers due from tech giants Intel Corp. and IBM Corp. The NASDAQ Composite Index slumped nearly 3 percent, to 3,196.74. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 159.54 points, or 1.56 percent, ...

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Strong launches new initiative

Strong Health officials are calling for a communitywide shift in health care focus to emphasize preventive public-health measures over cost containment. The Strong system, which includes Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester Medical Center and UR’s School of Medicine and ...

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Kodak blames economic slowdown

Eastman Kodak Co. officials blame an economic slowdown for its flat revenues and reduced third-quarter earnings. Kodak reported third-quarter earnings of $1.40, excluding one-time charges, topping the dramatically lowered Street estimates. Kodak had warned investors last month that it would ...

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