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Coaches are defenseless against spoiled athletes

In 1964, when I was a naive young scribe with dark hair, I sheepishly interviewed Vince Lombardi, the venerable, taskmaster icon coach of the Green Bay Packers after a preseason game in Dallas. The interview ended almost as soon as ...

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CDS marks 25th anniversary

Career Development Services Inc. today marked its 25th anniversary. The organization held its anniversary luncheon. The event featured keynote speaker Timothy Gallwey, author of “The Inner Game of Work.” CDS honored three local people as part of an essay contest ...

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Logisoft Corp. hires investor firms

To boost its presence in the local and national financial communities, Logisoft Corp. has signed contracts with Pittsford Capital Group Inc. and Arizona-based CCRI Corp. Pittsford Capital is to provide consulting services focused on building awareness of Logisoft in Upstate ...

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IEC Electronics signs broadband deal

IEC Electronics Corp. has signed an agreement with Kenetec Inc. to provide the broadband access company with a host of services. The deal involves IEC working with the Connecticut-based Kenetec to develop infrastructure products for use in the multitenant market. ...

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Telecommunications stocks hammered

Local telecommunications stocks, following a trend throughout the industry, were hammered again today. Global Crossing Ltd.’s stock hit its 52-week low of $11.25, before rebounding slightly to $11.50. The stock is down from its 52-week high of $61.81. Mpower Communications ...

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Hahn Automotive could face delisting

In spite of posting increased earnings for its latest quarter and recently ended fiscal year, Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc. faces the possibility of its stock being dropped from the NASDAQ exchange. The company (NASDAQ: HAHN) reported sales for the quarter ...

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Hahn Automotive could face delisting

In spite of posting increased earnings for its latest quarter and recently ended fiscal year, Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc. faces the possibility of its stock being dropped from the NASDAQ exchange. The company (NASDAQ: HAHN) reported sales for the quarter ...

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Telecommunications stocks hammered

Local telecommunications stocks, following a trend throughout the industry, were hammered again today. Global Crossing Ltd.’s stock hit its 52-week low of $11.25, before rebounding slightly to $11.50. The stock is down from its 52-week high of $61.81. Choice One ...

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IEC Electronics signs broadband deal

IEC Electronics Corp. has signed an agreement with Kenetec Inc. to provide the broadband access company with a host of services. The deal relates to IEC working with the Connecticut-based Kenetec to develop infrastructure products for use in the multitenant ...

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Logisoft Corp. hires investor firms

To boost its presence in the local and national financial communities, Logisoft Corp. has signed contracts with Pittsford Capital Group Inc. and Arizona-based CCRI Corp. Pittsford Capital is to provide consulting services focused on building awareness of Logisoft in Upstate ...

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CDS marks 25th anniversary

Career Development Services Inc. today marked its 25th anniversary. The organization held its anniversary luncheon. The event featured keynote speaker Timothy Gallwey, author of “The Inner Game of Work.” CDS honored three local people as part of an essay contest ...

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Retailers report slowing sales

U.S. retailers reported modest gains in November same-store sales as consumers appear to be wary of a slowing economy. Based on data from 54 retailers, sales rose 3.2 percent from a year ago. That compares with last year’s gain of ...

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U.S. jobless claims rise

The number of Americans applying for first-time jobless benefits rose to the highest level in more than two years, the Labor Department said. Initial claims for state unemployment insurance benefits increased to 358,000 in the week ended Nov. 25 from ...

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Verizon Communications ups forecast

Verizon Communications, the No. 1 U.S. local telephone company, raised its earnings forecasts through 2002 to reflect the termination of its plans to buy a controlling stake in NorthPoint Communications Group Inc. Verizon said its previous earnings forecasts included costs ...

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Northwest Airlines claims work slowdown

Northwest Airlines claims an alleged work slowdown by mechanics is increasing as the carrier enters the busy pre-Christmas travel period. The mechanics, however, continue to deny any organized work slowdown.

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