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FRIDAY, FEB. 8 The IMC Training Session—“Assertiveness”—$195 members, $265 non-members—8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.—Training and Development Center, 919 Culver Road—Call Edna Smith at 224-2727 for additional information. SATURDAY, FEB. 9 Annexa Training Program—“Introduction to KDE (Kool Desktop Environment)”—$125—8:30 a.m. – ...

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Home Properties declares dividend

Home Properties of New York Inc. today declared a dividend of 60 cents a share for the fourth quarter. It will be payable on Feb. 26. The locally based real estate investment trust (NYSE: HME) also said that beginning next ...

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Home Properties declares dividend

Home Properties of New York Inc. Monday declared a dividend of 60 cents a share for the fourth quarter. It will be payable on Feb. 26. The firm also said that beginning next month it would consider accepting optional larger ...

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Getinge/Castle unveils new sterilizers

Getinge/Castle Inc. has added two sterilization products, targeting its health care and laboratory customers. The new steam sterilizers are made of corrosion-resistant material and offer increased loading capacity and a large interactive display screen. The new sterilizers come in two ...

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Global Crossing accounting probed

Global Crossing Ltd., which last week filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, has formed a group of independent directors to investigate a former executive’s claims of accounting irregularities. The Securities and Exchange Commission also has launched an inquiry. The telecommunications ...

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Global Crossing accounting probed

Global Crossing Ltd., which last week file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, has formed a group of independent directors to investigate a former executive’s claims of accounting irregularities. The telecommunications firm maintains it did nothing wrong, but the heightened attention ...

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Local issues hurt in market’s slide

The stock market’s slump Monday afternoon–led by a triple-digit decline in the Dow Jones Industrial Average–brought local issues down as well. At 2:30 p.m., Eastman Kodak Co. and Xerox Corp. shares were down more than 2 percent. Technology stocks also ...

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Getinge/Castle unveils new sterilizers

Getinge/Castle Inc. has added two sterilization products, targeting its health care and laboratory customers. The new steam sterilizers are made of corrosion-resistant material and offer increased loading capacity and a large interactive display screen, among other features. “Getinge/Castle is recognized ...

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Former Enron chairman is a no-show

Former Enron Corp. chairman Kenneth Lay canceled an appearance today before a Senate committee investigating the bankrupt energy giant, and officials said lawmakers swiftly arranged to vote on a subpoena to compel his testimony.

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Super Bowl ratings top 2001 results

A big upset and thrilling finish helped draw a larger TV audience to the Super Bowl than last year, the Associated Press reported. Fox Sports’ telecast of the New England Patriots’ 20-17 victory over the St. Louis Rams registered a ...

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HP sees increased consumer demand

Computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard Co. today became the latest PC maker to see improved consumer demand and expects higher first-quarter earnings and revenues.

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Proposed budget cuts high-tech grants

The Bush administration today proposed sharp cuts in a program that provides grants for high-tech research, saying it amounts to corporate welfare and could be replaced by private venture-capital efforts, Reuters reported. Bush recommended reducing funding for the Advanced Technology ...

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