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Daily Archives: October 30, 2001

FRIDAY, NOV. 2 Industrial Management Council Training Session—“Gaining the Title, Earning the Respect”—$380 members, $450 non-members—8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.—Nov. 2 & 9—Training and Development Center, 919 Culver Road—Call Edna Smith at 224-2727 for additional information. MONDAY, NOV. 5 Industrial ...

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Xerox lands $3.4 million contract

Xerox Corp. has signed a $3.4 million deal for the document company to help develop a print center for Lason Inc. The contract calls for Xerox to re-engineer and consolidate the two print shops into a single operation by devising ...

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State reconfigures city’s Empire Zone

The city of Rochester’s Empire Zone is being reconfigured to let eight companies undertake $69.7 million in plans to create 898 jobs, state officials said today. The revised city Empire Zone would include additional developable areas and remove land with ...

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Kodak, Montana Mills win top Web honors

Eastman Kodak Co. and Montana Mills Bread Co. Inc. own the Rochester area’s top overall Web sites for 2001. Kodak.com won both the overall and the e-business honors for big businesses. The revamped Constellation Brands Inc. site received the best ...

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FDA approves Bausch & Lomb device

Bausch & Lomb Inc. has received Food and Drug Administration approval to sell the eye-care company’s new device used to correct ailments in the back of the eye. The FDA approved the Millennium TSV25 system for microsurgery in the United ...

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Kodak, Montana Mills win top Web honors

Eastman Kodak Co. and Montana Mills Bread Co. Inc. own the Rochester area’s top overall Web sites for 2001. The two firms received their awards today at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center. More than 150 people attended the Rochester Business ...

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State reconfigures city’s Empire Zone

The city of Rochester’s Empire Zone is being reconfigured to let eight companies undertake $69.7 million in plans to create 898 jobs, state officials said today. The revised city Empire Zone would include additional developable areas and remove land with ...

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Xerox lands $3.4 million contract

Xerox Corp. has signed a $3.4 million deal for the document company to help develop a print center for Lason Inc. The Michigan-based Lason runs two printing operations in Detroit. One turns out print-on-demand jobs and the other individualized materials ...

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FBI issues nationwide terrorist alert

The FBI today issued its latest nationwide terrorist alert following “the convergence of information from credible sources,” Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge said. The material is deemed related to Osama bin Laden or his al-Qaida network.

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U.S. consumer confidence plummets

U.S. consumer confidence plummeted in October to its lowest level in more than seven years as growing numbers of Americans lost their jobs and prospects for a quick economic recovery dimmed. The Conference Board, a New York-based private business research ...

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Ford Motor Co. replaces Nasser as CEO

Ford Motor Co. today ousted Jacques Nasser as president and CEO after more than a year of troubles. The world’s second-largest automaker replaced Nasser with Chairman William Clay Ford Jr. Ford becomes the first member of the family to take ...

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FDA approves Bausch & Lomb device

Bausch & Lomb Inc. has received Food and Drug Administration approval to sell the eye-care company’s new device used to correct ailments in the back of the eye. The FDA approved the Millennium TSV25 system for microsurgery in the United ...

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