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Bogdanovich to kick off Eastman series Film scholar and director Peter Bogdanovich will begin a collaboration with the George Eastman House on Saturday when he introduces “The Lady Eve,” the first of a series of films he has picked to ...

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McInroy resigns
from Transmation

Eric McInroy, until last month the president and CEO of Transmation Corp., today resigned from the firm. McInroy worked at the company more than 20 years. He joined Transmation in 1978 and moved into the top spot in April 1998.

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Canandaigua Brands
sees EPS surge

Fairport-based Canandaigua Brands Inc. today reported third-quarter earnings per share increased 45 percent to $1.60 from last year’s $1.10. “The excellent results we posted in the quarter reflect the aggressive efforts we made throughout the 1990s to expand the breadth ...

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CPAC names COO for unit

CPAC Inc. today named a new chief operating officer for its Stanley Home Products direct selling business. Wendy Clay, who began at CPAC in 1982, has served as vice president of administration for the Leicester, Livingston County, firm.

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N.Y. offers to settle Attica suit

New York has agreed to pay a settlement of $8 million to 1,280 inmates present during the 1971 Attica Correctional Facility riot, the AP reported. The state, which did not admit wrongdoing, said it would set aside money to settle ...

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Xerox close Tektronix deal

Rochester Business Journal staff Xerox Corp. has completed the purchase Tektronix Inc.’s Color Printing and Imaging Division. The document company announced the acquisition in October as a $950 million deal but closed it today for $925 million due to various ...

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Former Bloch owner
pleads guilty to charge

Former Bloch Industries Inc. owner and president Paul Shambo has pleaded guilty to charges of rifling a Bloch employees’ retirement fund. Shambo, who lost Bloch to financier Samuel Yacono in 1997 after borrowing money to prop up the financially ailing ...

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IEC sales fall sharply,
losses mount in 1999

Sales at IEC Electronics Corp. fell some $90 million in 1999 while losses continued to mount at the Wayne County manufacturer. The company today said sales were $157.5 million, down from $248.2 million in fiscal year 1998. The company lost ...

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Hope Hall receives $750,000 grant Hope Hall, a non-profit school for students with attention deficit disorder and other special educational needs, has received a $750,000 grant from the Gleason Foundation. The grant supports a $2.7 million capital campaign to purchase ...

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IEC sales fall sharply,
losses mount in 1999

Sales at IEC Electronics Corp. fell some $90 million in 1999 while losses continued to mount at the Wayne County manufacturer. The company today said sales were $157.5 million, down from $248.2 million in fiscal year 1998.

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Former Bloch owner
pleads guilty to charge

Former Bloch Industries Inc. owner and president Paul Shambo has pleaded guilty to charges of rifling a Bloch employees’ retirement fund. Shambo, who lost Bloch to financier Samuel Yacono in 1997 after borrowing money to prop up the financially ailing ...

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