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Daily Archives: January 21, 2002

FRIDAY, JAN. 25 RochesterTraining.com—“The Dynamics of Executive Leadership II”—Presenter: Michael A. Knaus & Associates—$595—9 a.m. – 4 p.m.—Location TBA—Call Claire Kenney, program manager, at 263-3656 to register. SATURDAY, JAN. 26 Annexa Training Session—“Introduction to KDE (Kool Desktop Environment)”—$125—8:30 a.m. – ...

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Performance Technologies signs deal

Performance Technologies Inc. will provide two products for a system to track missing, and potentially hijacked, aircraft. Solipsys Corp., a developer of government and military data communications systems, has purchased Performance Technologies equipment to connect the Federal Aviation Authority’s air ...

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Wegmans, Paychex among best employers

Two Rochester-based companies–Paychex Inc. and Wegmans Food Markets Inc.–have been named to Fortune magazine’s list of 100 Best Companies to Work For. Paychex ranks No. 42 and Wegmans No. 68. Two-thirds of the score is based on how employees responded ...

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Xerox to roll out new ad campaign

Ending what Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy called a year of being “deliberately quiet,” Xerox Corp. this week is launching a new ad campaign. The multimillion-dollar campaign includes television spots featuring Xerox print-on-demand products and print ads featuring customer endorsements. ...

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Xerox to roll out new ad campaign

Ending what Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy called a year of being “deliberately quiet,” Xerox Corp. this week is launching a new ad campaign. The multimillion-dollar campaign includes television spots featuring Xerox print-on-demand products and print ads featuring customer endorsements. ...

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Consumer Reports touts Kodak camera

The February issue of Consumer Reports magazine rates an Eastman Kodak Co. digital camera as its best buy. The Kodak EasyShare DX3600 Zoom, a 2-megapixel camera, was the sole camera designated as one of the magazine best buys.

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Upswing on Wall Street expected

Wall Street observers expect an upswing this week when trading resumes after the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday today. The week will bring earnings news from some 155 companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index. Reported earnings are ...

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$3 billion in aid promised to Afghanistan

Rich nations today promised more than $3 billion to start rebuilding Afghanistan, but an attack on an aid convoy and saber rattling between rival warlords raised security fears, Reuters reported.

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Twin Towers debris headed to India, China

Steel from the wreckage of the World Trade Center is headed to India and China for recycling and is set to end up in new construction projects, Reuters reported. Metals Management, a New York City firm, officials said it had ...

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Wegmans, Paychex among best employers

Two Rochester-based companies–Paychex Inc. and Wegmans Food Markets Inc.– have been named to Fortune magazine’s list of 100 Best Companies to Work For. Paychex ranks No. 42 and Wegmans No. 68. The local companies were among the 279 firms that ...

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Performance Technologies signs deal

Performance Technologies Inc. will provide two products for a system to track missing, and potentially hijacked, aircraft. Solipsys Corp., a Maryland-based developer of government and military data communications systems, has purchased Performance Technologies equipment for its Tactical Component Network. Solipsys ...

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Grocery distributor halts sales to Kmart

Fleming Cos., a major U.S. distributor of grocery products, today said it had suspended shipments to Kmart Corp., its largest customer, after the retailer failed to make a regular weekly payment for delivery of food and other goods. Dallas-based Fleming ...

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