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Christopher Pape Title: President, Monroe Litho, a Wallace Co. Age: 53 Home: Fairport Education: B.S. in printing management, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1968 Family: Wife, Linda; daughters, Sharon Dundas, 31, Joann, 30, Nikki, 18; son, Brian, 15 Interests: Classic-car collection, ...

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: An article in your Oct. 20, 2000, issue, “Former Xerox employees lament firm’s decline,” quotes Ed Finein on his experience and viewpoints on Xerox Corp. I found the article to be substantially inaccurate and misleading in several places. ...

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Corrections and Amplifications

The Dec. 29 story on Old House Resto-ration gave an incorrect age for Eric Field. He is 50. A Jan. 5 article mischaracterized Preferred Care’s 1999 work-force reductions. Preferred Care eliminated more than 50 jobs, but laid off 11 individuals. ...

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News in Brief

Xerox jobs relocating Xerox Corp. plans to move some 200 manufacturing jobs from its Webster complex to Mexico, the document company said last week. Xerox plans to move production of some digital products, chiefly the Document Center 340 family, to ...

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Excellus to change name of subsidiary

Excellus Inc.’s local subsidiary Finger Lakes Long Term Care Insurance Co. has changed its name to MedAmerica Co. of New York. The non-profit Excellus is the parent company of Blue Cross Blue Shield of the Rochester Area. Excellus bought the ...

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Ultralife Batteries taps former Xerox executives

Wayne County-based Ultralife Batteries Inc. this week added two former Xerox Corp. executives to its ranks. The battery-maker Friday named Nancy Naigle as the company’s vice president of worldwide sales, filling a position that has stood empty since June. She ...

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Three area hospitals to receive grants

Several Rochester hospitals are earmarked to get a total of $6.7 million in grants under a special state-administered program. Strong Memorial Hospital, Highland Hospital and the Unity Health System, which runs Park Ridge Hospital, will receive grants, state officials said. ...

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FCC chairman announces resignation

William Kennard, the Federal Communications Commission chairman, plans to leave his post Jan. 19 to become a senior fellow at the Aspen Institute. Commissioner Michael Powell, son of Secretary of State-designate Colin Powell, is the leading contender as the next ...

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Appeals court hears Microsoft case

The Justice Department and 19 states in the Microsoft Corp. antitrust case urged an appeals court today to uphold findings that the company broke the law and should be split in two to prevent future violations. The Justice Department told ...

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IMF cuts forecast for U.S. economic growth

The International Monetary Fund dropped its growth forecast for the United States in 2001, but a top IMF official said the slowdown will not derail recovery in Asia. The international lender has cut its economic forecast for the United States ...

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Clinton backer to plead guilty, pay fine

In a record-setting plea bargain, Indonesian billionaire James Riady agreed to pay an $8.6 million fine and plead guilty to using foreign corporate funds to back Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign, the Justice Department said today. Riady, a key figure ...

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Three area hospitals to receive grants

January 12, 2001 Several Rochester hospitals are earmarked to get a total of $6.7 million in grants under a special state-administered program. Strong Memorial Hospital, Highland Hospital and the Unity Health System, which runs Park Ridge Hospital, will receive grants, ...

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Ultralife Batteries taps former Xerox executives

January 11, 2001 Wayne County-based Ultralife Batteries Inc. this week added two former Xerox Corp. executives to its ranks. The battery-maker today named Nancy Naigle as the company’s vice president of worldwide sales, filling a position that has stood empty ...

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Excellus to change name of subsidiary

January 12, 2001 Excellus Inc.’s local subsidiary Finger Lakes Long Term Care Insurance Co. has changed its name to MedAmerica Co. of New York. The non-profit Excellus is the parent company of Blue Cross Blue Shield of the Rochester Area. ...

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Element K hires NetSetGo for Web work

E-commerce software developer and Internet solution provider NetSetGo Inc. has been tapped to develop Element K Corp.’s corporate Web site. The new site is to focus on improving the online education company’s brand image and better position it in the ...

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