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ONTV boosts holiday revenues

ONTV Inc.’s operating subsidiary, Seen On TV Inc., tripled its holiday revenues in 2001. The Rochester-based company sells infomercial products on the Web. The number of orders for the period beginning the day after Thanksgiving through Dec. 31 increased by ...

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Veramark inks reseller agreement

Veramark Technologies Inc. has signed a multiyear reseller agreement with one of the world’s largest communications firms. Officials would not identify the firm, citing the client’s policy. The distribution agreement includes the entire portfolio of Veramark’s telemanagement products.

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Genencor forms strategic partnerships

Genencor International Inc. has signed two strategic partnerships to strengthen its presence in the areas of cancer therapeutics and vaccines. The biotechnology firm has agreed to collaborate with Seattle Genetics Inc. and Johns Hopkins University. Genencor (Nasdaq: GCOR) employs some ...

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SEC faults Xerox lease accounting

The Securities and Exchange Commission has concluded that Xerox Corp.’s accounting for sales-type leases is out of line with generally accepted accounting principles. Xerox disclosed the SEC review in a filing it made with the commission. The company stated it ...

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Russo resigns as Kodak president, COO

Eastman Kodak Co. lost another key executive today as President and Chief Operating Officer Patricia Russo left to return to her roots. Russo, a telecommunications industry veteran, was named as president and CEO of Lucent Technologies Inc. She was one ...

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Russo resigns as Kodak president, COO

Eastman Kodak Co. lost another key executive today as President and Chief Operating Officer Patricia Russo left to return to her roots. Russo, a telecommunications industry veteran, was named as president and CEO of Lucent Technologies Inc. She was one ...

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SEC faults Xerox lease accounting

The Securities and Exchange Commission has concluded that Xerox Corp.’s accounting for sales-type leases is out of line with generally accepted accounting principles, the company said today. Xerox disclosed the SEC review in a filing it made with the SEC. ...

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Genencor forms strategic partnerships

Genencor International Inc. has signed two strategic partnerships to strengthen its presence in the areas of cancer therapeutics and vaccines. The biotechnology firm has agreed to collaborate with Seattle Genetics Inc. and Johns Hopkins University. Genencor’s deal with Seattle Genetics ...

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Veramark inks reseller agreement

Veramark Technologies Inc. has signed a multiyear reseller agreement with one of the world’s largest communications firms. Officials would not identify the firm, citing the client’s policy. The distribution agreement includes the entire portfolio of Veramark’s telemanagement products. “We are ...

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ONTV boosts holiday revenues

ONTV Inc.’s operating subsidiary, Seen On TV Inc., tripled its holiday revenues in 2001. The Rochester-based company sells infomercial products–such as George Foreman Grilling Machines, Ab Energizers and Body By Jake Bun and Thigh Rockers–on the Web. The number of ...

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Hansen hangs up his cleats

Longtime Buffalo Bills defensive end Phil Hansen, one of the team’s last ties to its Super Bowl years, announced his retirement today. Hansen ends an 11-year career, all with the Bills.

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Rivals launch faster chips

Rivals Intel Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices today unveiled their smallest and fastest-ever chips. AMD launched its Athlon XP 2000+, which runs at 1.67 gigahertz, while Intel unveiled its new Pentium 4 chip, running at 2.2 gigahertz, Reuters reported.

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Compaq expects fourth-quarter profit

Compaq Computer Corp. today said it expects to post a profit in the fourth quarter, not a loss, on revenue of more than $8 billion. Previously, the computer maker predicted a loss of 3 cents a share.

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Supreme Court allows Nichols trial

The Supreme Court today refused to block a trial that could bring Terry Nichols the death penalty for the Oklahoma City bombing. Nichols already has been convicted on federal charges for his role in the 1995 bombing that killed 168 ...

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