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Choice One revenues increase 38 percent

Choice One Communications Inc. saw its revenues climb 38 percent in the fourth quarter. The telecommunications firm logged revenues of $29.5 million, up from third-quarter revenues of $21.4 million. The company reported a loss per share of $1.87. The analysts ...

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Blue Cross boosts membership

Blue Cross Blue Shield of the Rochester Area said it gained 15,200 members during last month’s health plan open enrollment period. The gain follows the organization last year upping its membership by 17,000 covered lives last year.

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Ex-H.J. Meyers officials settle charges

Two former H.J. Meyers & Co. officials have settled stock-manipulation charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Both agreed to settle the charges and pay fines with no admission of wrongdoing.

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Kodak to stay on course, analysts told

Eastman Kodak Co. told analysts today it is maintaining its course and financial projections for the first quarter and 2001. The company met with analysts this morning in Orlando as part of the Photo Marketing Association trade show. “This year ...

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Home Properties hits lower estimates

Home Properties of New York Inc. today reported fourth-quarter and year-end gains that were in line with lowered estimates. The company blamed the reduced earnings on higher fuel costs. “2000 was one of the most challenging years we have faced ...

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Home Properties hits lower estimates

Home Properties of New York Inc. today reported fourth-quarter and year-end gains that were in line with lowered estimates. The company blamed the reduced earnings on higher fuel costs. For the quarter ended Dec. 31, Home Properties reported funds from ...

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Kodak to stay on course, analysts told

Eastman Kodak Co. told analysts today it is maintaining its course and financial projections for the first quarter and 2001. The company met with analysts this morning in Orlando as part of the Photo Marketing Association trade show. Kodak’s first-quarter ...

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Ex-H.J. Meyers officials settle charges

Two former H.J. Meyers & Co. officials have settled stock-manipulation charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission. William Masucci of Pittsford, H.J. Meyers’ former national sales manager, agreed to pay $60,000 in penalties and to return $13,855 in alleged illegal ...

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Blue Cross boosts membership

Blue Cross Blue Shield of the Rochester Area said it gained 15,200 members during last month’s health plan open enrollment period. The gain follows the organization last year upping its membership by 17,000 covered lives last year. As of January, ...

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Clinton considers renting Harlem space

Former President Bill Clinton, who has faced opposition to the reported $800,000 taxpayer-paid annual rent for an office in midtown Manhattan, reportedly is considering office space in Harlem.

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Six soldiers killed in helicopter crash

Six soldiers died and nine were injured after two U.S. Army helicopters crashed during an exercise on the north shore of Hawaii’s Oahu island on Monday night, the U.S. Army said today. Seventeen soldiers were on the two helicopters.

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U.S. retail sales climb in January

U.S. retail sales picked up in January after a sluggish Christmas shopping season, the Commerce Department reported. Total retail sales rose by 0.7 percent last month to $273.27 billion after gaining 0.1 percent in December. The January rise exceeded Street ...

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Greenspan expects no recession

Chairman Alan Greenspan today told the Senate Banking Committee that the U.S. economy may face a rocky transition as growth rates slow. He also left the door open for more interest rate cuts. However, he called it a “low probability ...

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Choice One revenues increase 38 percent

Choice One Communications Inc. saw its revenues climb 38 percent in the fourth quarter. The telecommunications firm logged revenues of $29.5 million, up from third-quarter revenues of $21.4 million. The company reported a loss per share of $1.87. The analysts ...

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