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THURSDAY, OCT. 25 Career Development Services Inc. Program—“Up-To-Date Resume”—$40 members, $45 non-members—5:45 – 8:15 p.m.—706 East Ave.—Call 244-0750, ext. 201, to register. RochesterTraining.com—“Retirement Plans 1: Walking Past a Pot of Gold”—Presenter: Carosa, Stanton & DePaolo—$195—9 a.m. – 1 p.m.—Location TBA—Call ...

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ICS Training Center relocates offices

ICS Training Center, which has leased space from Xerox Corp. in Webster for 10 years, has moved to new offices at 400 Linden Oaks. The consulting firm is an official training center for Sun Microsystems Inc.’s products. The center also ...

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Xerox adopts Internet printing standard

Xerox Corp. has joined with a group of other technology firms to adopt a new Internet printing standard. Xerox is the first print firm to align with Electronics For Imaging Inc., a California firm, to support PrintMe Networks, which lets ...

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Federal grants to boost Canandaigua jobs

The city of Canandaigua Monday received $750,000 in federal funding to create 72 jobs at two area firms. The money will aid the construction of new roads and related site work for Canandaigua Wine Co. and Meridian Automotive Systems Inc.

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Genencor inks deal with Dow Corning

Genencor International Inc. has entered a $35 million deal with Dow Corning Corp. to create a new silicon biotechnology platform. Dow Corning will make an upfront payment of $12 million to Genencor, in addition to research funding and milestone payments, ...

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Federal grants to boost Canandaigua jobs

The city of Canandaigua today received $750,000 in federal funding to create 72 jobs at two area firms. The money, administered through the Governor’s Office of Small Cities, will aid the construction of new roads and related site work for ...

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Genencor inks deal with Dow Corning

Genencor International Inc. has entered a $35 million deal with Dow Corning Corp. to create a new silicon biotechnology platform. Dow Corning will make an upfront payment of $12 million to Genencor, in addition to research funding and milestone payments, ...

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Xerox adopts Internet printing standard

Xerox Corp. has joined with a group of other technology firms to adopt a new Internet printing standard. Xerox is the first print firm to align with Electronics For Imaging Inc., a California firm, to support PrintMe Networks. The PrintMe ...

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ICS Training Center relocates offices

ICS Training Center, which has leased space from Xerox Corp. in Webster for 10 years, has moved to new offices at 400 Linden Oaks. The consulting firm is an official training center for Sun Microsystems Inc.’s products. The center also ...

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Concorde makes test flight

A British Airways Concorde took off today for New York City on the supersonic jet’s first trans-Atlantic test flight since service was suspended last year after a crash killed 113 people near Paris. Regular flights will resume Nov. 9.

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Pakistani leader: End bombing by Ramadan

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf warned today that if U.S.-led attacks on Afghanistan extend into the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, they would have a negative effect in the Muslim world. Musharraf urged an end to bombing and other attacks before ...

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AOL Time Warner signs deal with China

AOL Time Warner Inc. has signed a deal with China to distribute its entertainment cable TV channel in southern China in exchange for carrying a Chinese-government channel in parts of the United States.

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Two die in D.C.; anthrax suspected

Two Washington-area postal workers have died and are being tested for anthrax, and two others at the same facility have been diagnosed with inhalation anthrax. The city’s chief health official also said authorities are investigating as many as nine more ...

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Xerox loss meets expectations

Xerox Corp. this morning reported a third-quarter loss of 24 cents a share excluding restructuring charges. The loss–partly due to a $10 million property insurance loss related to the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center–was in line with ...

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