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THURSDAY, DEC. 27 Greece “A” Team Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—7 – 8:30 a.m.—The Hampton Inn, 500 Center Place Drive—Visitors are welcome—Also offered Jan. 3—Call Michael Masiello at 720-0590 for more information. Career Development Services Inc. Orientation to Programs ...

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Red Kettle Campaign tops goal

The Salvation Army-Rochester Area Services/Adult Rehabilitation Center’s Red Kettle Campaign raised $520,235 this holiday season. The final tally was released today and topped the organization’s goal of $500,000.

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WBGT to debut on full-time cable spot

WBGT-TV’s programming on Thursday will become available to local cable subscribers, almost a week ahead of schedule. The station was slated to join Time Warner Communications’ cable network on a full-time basis on Jan. 1. After a long battle, the ...

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Kodak vending machines head for Olympics

Eastman Kodak Co., a longtime sponsor of the Olympics, plans to use 40 vending machines stocked with film and one-time-use cameras at Olympic Winter Games venues in Salt Lake City. The machines are climate controlled and accept debit or credit ...

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Shares of Clayton’s new firm soar

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. stock has climbed roughly 115 percent since the company hired Mendon resident and Global Crossing Ltd. vice chairman Joseph Clayton as its president and CEO. Analysts credit the rise to increased consumer demand for service from ...

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Shares of Clayton’s new firm soar

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. stock has climbed roughly 115 percent since the company hire Mendon resident and Global Crossing Ltd. vice chairman Joseph Clayton as its president and CEO. The stock was up nearly 15 percent in trading today. Sirius ...

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Kodak vending machines head for Olympics

Eastman Kodak Co., a longtime sponsor of the Olympics, plans to use 40 vending machines stocked with film and one-time-use cameras at Olympic Winter Games venues in Salt Lake City. The machines are climate controlled and accept debit or credit ...

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WBGT to debut on full-time cable spot

WBGT-TV’s programming on Thursday will become available to local cable subscribers, almost a week ahead of schedule. The station was slated to join Time Warner Communications’ cable network on a full-time basis on Jan.1. After a long battle, the local ...

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Red Kettle Campaign tops goal

The Salvation Army-Rochester Area Services/Adult Rehabilitation Center’s Red Kettle Campaign raised $520,235 this holiday season. The final tally was released today and topped the organization’s goal of $500,000. Although the agency initially was concerned that there would not be enough ...

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U.S. business activity declines

U.S. business activity fell for a third straight week as sales of cars, homes and retail merchandise lagged despite the holiday season, the International Strategy and Investment Group said today. ISI’s weekly company survey index slipped to 36.5 in the ...

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Wal-Mart sales top earlier forecasts

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said December sales will top its earlier expectations. The world’s largest retailer expects its December same-store sales to increase at the upper end of a range of 4 percent to 6 percent.

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India positions missiles, jets near border

India has positioned its missiles and its air force jets flew near the Pakistan border every few minutes today as the two nuclear-armed nations prepared for a war both say they do not want, the Associated Press reported.

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Shoe-bomb suspect linked to 9/11 terrorists

Richard Reid, the man who allegedly tried to blow up a trans-Atlantic flight with explosives hidden in his shoes, attended the same London mosque as Zacarias Moussaoui, the Frenchman charged with conspiracy in connection with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, ...

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