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FRIDAY, JUNE 15 RochesterTraining.com—“Negotiating for Winning Results”—Presenter: WorkSmart Learning Systems Inc.—$290—8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.—595 Blossom Road—Call Claire Brown, program manager, at 263-3656 to register. RochesterTraining.com—“Executive Leadership III: The Art of Continual Renewal”—Presenter: Michael A. Knaus & Associates—$495—9 a.m. – ...

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Firms to pitch business plans

Digital Rochester and the Rochester Venture Capital Group plan to present “Give Us Your Best Pitch” on Tuesday night at the Centers at High Falls. RTek Medical Systems LLC; Instant Images Inc., which does business as DigiQuick Portrait Studios; m2Methods.net ...

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Lifespan to open new downtown facility

Lifespan of Greater Rochester Inc. plans to open its new facility, Lifespan Downtown-Wolk Older Adults Center, on Wednesday. The center in the Sibley Building’s former cafe site will house the same services that Lifespan offers at its primary location, on ...

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Patient Infosystems OKs stock-swap deal

Patient Infosystems Inc. has reached an agreement to acquire Health Data Solutions and HDS subsidiary American Care Source in a stock-swap deal. A provider of health care claims-processing software, HDS is based in Brownsburg, Ind. Roger Chaufournier, Patient Infosystems president ...

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Fibertech secures $25 million in financing

Pittsford-based Fibertech Networks LLC has closed its second round of financing, raising $25 million. Bank of America Capital Investors led the round. Navis Partner, the founding investors in FiberTech last May, also invested. FiberTech, previously know as Fibernet Technologies LLC, ...

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Supreme Court OKs religious meeting

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today a public school must allow a Christian children’s club to gather after class when it permits other outside groups to meet on its premises. The high court, by a 6-3 vote, ruled that a ...

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Nortel stock falls to new 52-week low

Shares of Nortel Networks Corp. sank to a new 52-week low this morning of $11.83, breaking the previous low of $12.48. An analyst had cut estimates for the stock.

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Maker of Calvin Kleins files bankruptcy

Warnaco Group Inc., the maker of Calvin Klein jeans, Speedo swimwear and other apparel, today filed for bankruptcy protection, saying it was unable to service its $3.1 billion in debt amid sluggish retail sales and increased competition, Reuters reported.

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McVeigh put to death in Indiana

Timothy McVeigh was put to death this morning for the bombing that killed 168 people in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. The man who committed the worst act of terrorism on American soil did not speak, but left behind ...

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Fibertech secures $25 million in financing

Pittsford-based Fibertech Networks LLC has closed its second round of financing, raising $25 million. Bank of America Capital Investors led the round. Navis Partner, the founding investors in FiberTech last May, also invested. FiberTech, previously know as Fibernet Technologies LLC, ...

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Patient Infosystems OKs stock-swap deal

Patient Infosystems Inc. has reached an agreement to acquire Health Data Solutions and HDS’ subsidiary, American Care Source, in a stock-swap deal. A provider of health care claims-processing software, HDS is based in Brownsburg, Ind. The Dallas-based ACS manages a ...

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Lifespan to open new downtown facility

Lifespan of Greater Rochester Inc. plans to open its new facility, Lifespan Downtown-Wolk Older Adults Center, on Wednesday. The center in the Sibley Building’s former cafe site will house the same services that Lifespan offers at its primary location, on ...

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Firms to pitch business plans

Digital Rochester and the Rochester Venture Capital Group plan to present “Give Us Your Best Pitch” on Tuesday night at the Centers at High Falls. RTek Medical Systems LLC; Instant Images Inc., which does business as DigiQuick Portrait Studios; m2Methods.net ...

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Karpus assets hit all-time high

Pittsford-based Karpus Investment Management reported an all-time high of $518 million in assets under management. This represents an annualized growth rate of 21 percent.

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