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Time Warner expands Net test area

Time Warner Communications has expanded the testing area for its Line Runner service to the Rochester area. The Internet telephone service will be available to as many as 1,000 of the company’s Road Runner customers in Monroe County as an ...

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ViaHealth trims down boards

The ViaHealth integrated health system announced on Wednesday that it has pared its component institutions’ boards down to a single more streamlined body. The new configuration has four subordinates reporting to a so-called “system board,” ViaHealth said.

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eBidenergy.com to add platform

Application service provider eBidenergy.com said today that it intends to launch a Web-based request for proposal platform to complement its current bid system, which debuted in September. The new platform will let energy buyers obtain responses to proposal requests directly ...

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Kodak names CEO for RSI subsidiary

Eastman Kodak Co. on Wednesday named a CEO for its recently acquired Research Systems Inc. subsidiary. Michael Scally, a software industry executive, also will serve as president of the Boulder, Colo.-based RSI. He previously served as vice president of worldwide ...

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Buck & Pulleyn sues client for fees

Buck & Pulleyn Inc. on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against a client. The agency will take legal action against N-Soft S.A. for non-payment of fees. Buck & Pulleyn claims it is owed more than $50,000 for communications planning, advertising, design ...

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Buck & Pulleyn sues client for fees

Buck & Pulleyn Inc. today filed a lawsuit against a client. The agency will take legal action against N-Soft S.A. for non-payment of fees. Buck & Pulleyn claims it is owed more than $50,000 for communications planning, advertising, design and ...

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Kodak names CEO for RSI subsidiary

Eastman Kodak Co. today named a CEO for its recently acquired Research Systems Inc. subsidiary. Michael Scally, a software industry executive, also will serve as president of the Boulder, Colo.-based RSI. He previously served as vice president of worldwide sales ...

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eBidenergy.com to add platform

Application service provider eBidenergy.com said today that it intends to launch a Web-based request for proposal platform to complement its current bid system, which debuted in September. The new platform will let energy buyers obtain responses to proposal requests directly ...

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ViaHealth trims down boards

The ViaHealth integrated health system announced today that it has pared its component institutions’ boards down to a single more streamlined body. The new configuration has four subordinates reporting to a so-called “system board,” ViaHealth said. Included in the ViaHealth ...

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Federal Reserve reduces rates by a half-point

The U.S. Federal Reserve Board today cut the bellwether fed funds overnight bank lending rate to 5.5 percent from 6 percent. The central bank also cut the discount rate on direct Fed loans to commercial banks by a half-point to ...

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AOL Time Warner sees EBITDA rise

Newly emerged media giant AOL Time Warner Inc. today said earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization—or cash flow—increased to $2.4 billion in the fourth quarter from $2.1 billion the previous year, Reuters reported. The merged company reported a fourth-quarter ...

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Linens ‘n Things profits up 20 percent

Linens ‘n Things Inc. today reported fourth-quarter net income of $34.5 million, or 84 cents a share, up 20.3 percent from $28.7 million, or 70 cents a share, the previous year. Net sales increased 19.6 percent to $495.6 million for ...

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RadioShack names acting CFO

RadioShack Corp. chief financial officer Dwain Hughes, 53, died at home in Fort Worth last night, after a brief illness. The company today named Loren Jensen, the company’s vice president of finance, as acting chief financial officer.

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Time Warner expands Net test area

Time Warner Communications has expanded the testing area for its Line Runner service to the Rochester area. The Internet telephone service will be available to as many as 1,000 of the company’s Road Runner customers in Monroe County as an ...

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Consumer confidence plummets

A key barometer of U.S. consumer confidence plunged this month to its lowest level in more than four years. Americans’ confidence fell 14.2 points from December, marking the sharpest one-month drop since the middle of the last recession in October ...

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