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FRIDAY, JULY 6 RochesterTraining.com—“Beginning Excel 97/2000”—$180—8 a.m. – 4 p.m.—New Horizons Computer Learning Center, 60 Corporate Woods, Suite 300—Call Claire Brown, program manager, at 263-3656 to register. TUESDAY, JULY 10 Career Development Services Inc. Program—“Your Career: Explore and Focus (first ...

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RIT, UN association plan conference

Rochester Institute of Technology and the United Nations Association of Rochester plans to host a conference, Intercultural World and the Digital Connection, from July 9 through 21 at the Holiday Inn Airport. The conference is expected to focus on topics ...

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RoadWired, Logisoft partner on sales

RoadWired, a division of Three Point Ventures LLC, has partnered with Logisoft Corp. to expand its Internet sales reach. The firm, which specializes in bags and cases for portable electronic devices, has agreed to allow Logisoft to sell its wares ...

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Citizens divests energy business

Citizens Communications Co., which on Friday spent $3.5 billion to acquire the Frontier Communications’ local-telephone companies from Global Crossing Ltd., Monday sold off one of its energy properties for $365 million. Dallas-based Atmos Energy Corp. completed its acquisitions of Louisiana ...

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Electricity supplies and prices stable, RG&E says

Rochester-area electricity supplies and prices should be stable for the summer, Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. said Monday. The Rochester company is the sole utility in the state that did not divest its generation plants after New York started to ...

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Electricity supplies and prices stable, RG&E says

Rochester-area electricity supplies and prices should be stable for the summer, Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. said today. While much of California is being hit with power shortages and blackouts, and the New York City area still faces possible crippling ...

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Citizens divests energy business

Citizens Communications Co., which on Friday spent $3.5 billion to acquire the Frontier Communications’ local-telephone companies from Global Crossing Ltd., today sold off one of its energy properties for $365 million. Dallas-based Atmos Energy Corp. completed its acquisitions of Louisiana ...

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RoadWired, Logisoft partner on sales

RoadWired, a division of Three Point Ventures LLC, has partnered with Logisoft Corp. to expand its Internet sales reach. The firm, which specializes in bags and cases for portable electronic devices, has agreed to allow Logisoft to sell its wares ...

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RIT, UN association plan conference

Rochester Institute of Technology and the United Nations Association of Rochester plans to host a conference, Intercultural World and the Digital Connection, from July 9 through 21 at the Holiday Inn Airport. The conference is expected to focus on topics ...

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Studios, actors reportedly close to deal

Contract talks between screen actors and Hollywood’s major studios were set to resume today with the two sides reportedly nearing final terms on a labor pact that could be unveiled by the end of the day, Reuters reported. The current ...

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U.S. manufacturing rebounds in June

The U.S. manufacturing sector posted its best performance of 2001 in June, raising hopes the sector is starting to emerge from an 11-month slump. The National Association of Purchasing Management said its monthly manufacturing index rose to 44.7 in June, ...

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Report: United looks to terminate merger

United Airlines today said it was in talks to terminate its $4.3 billion proposed takeover of US Airways Group Inc. as sources indicated the nation’s second-largest carrier now believes antitrust regulators will scuttle the deal, Reuters reported.

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Violence threatens truce in Israel

A U.S.-brokered truce appeared near collapse today after Palestinian gunmen killed an Israeli, two car bombs exploded near Tel Aviv and Israel assassinated three Islamic militants.

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