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Daily Archives: January 2, 2001

Global Crossing revamps management

Global Crossing Ltd. Tuesday realigned its senior management team under the firm’s new CEO. The moves reflect the company’s revamped growth strategies now that its global network is nearly completed. David Walsh, previously co-chief operating officer, was named president and ...

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Hickey re-elected to NYBDC board

The New York Business Development Corp. has re-elected Brian Hickey, president of M&T Bank, to its board of directors for 2001. He also was elected to the executive and central loan committees. NYBDC is a privately owned financial organization funded ...

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Pataki proposes tax incentives

State economic development help for Rochester neighborhoods would increase under a proposal unveiled Tuesday by Gov. George Pataki. Under the plan, Empire Zones in Rochester and 21 other New York cities would double from two square miles to four square ...

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AOL members spend record amount online

America Online Inc. today said its members spent a record $4.6 billion online during the holidays, suggesting its members spent more online than general Web users. Although overall holiday sales were sluggish and some pure Web retailers had less than ...

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Late mortgage payments, foreclosures rise

More homeowners paid their mortgages late and more homes went into foreclosure in the third quarter of 2000 than a year ago. The Mortgage Bankers Association of America said the delinquency rate for loans rose to 4.04 percent during the ...

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Taiwan boats dock in mainland China

The first Taiwanese boats in more than 50 years to make legal, direct trips to the Chinese mainland docked today. The trips by two passenger ships marked a small but significant step in Beijing’s push for full trade, transport and ...

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Manufacturing activity nears 10-year low

A key gauge of U.S. manufacturing activity fell in December to its lowest level in almost 10 years. The National Association of Purchasing Management’s main index of factory activity dropped to 43.7 from 47.7 in November. The latest reading was ...

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Pataki proposes tax incentives

State economic development help for Rochester neighborhoods would increase under a proposal unveiled today by Gov. George Pataki. Under the plan, Empire Zones in Rochester and 21 other New York cities would double from two square miles to four square ...

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Hickey re-elected to NYBDC board

The New York Business Development Corp. has re-elected Brian Hickey, president of M&T Bank, to its board of directors for 2001. He also was elected to the executive and central loan committees. NYBDC is a privately owned financial organization funded ...

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Local stocks suffer in downward trend

The first day of trading in 2001 saw many local stocks suffering losses, following the downward trend set by the Dow Jones Industrial Average and NASDAQ Composite. Local telecommunications stocks were among the hardest hit Tuesday in early afternoon trading. ...

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Global Crossing revamps management

Global Crossing Ltd. today realigned its senior management team under the firm’s new CEO. The moves reflect the company’s revamped growth strategies now that its global network is nearly completed, company officials said. David Walsh, previously co-chief operating officer, was ...

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