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Daily Archives: March 25, 2002

Former surgeon general to join UR

Former U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher M.D. will join the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Satcher, who served as surgeon general in the administrations of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, will play an invaluable role in ...

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Assembly Republicans name leader

Republicans in the state Assembly today named Charles Nesbitt as their new minority leader. Assemblyman Nesbitt, R-Albion, the deputy minority leader, was elected this afternoon over John Flanagan, R-Long Island, in a secret ballot among the 53 Republican members. Democrats ...

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Bruegger’s to open Four Corners bakery

Bruegger’s Corp. plans to open a bagel bakery at the Four Corners downtown. The new Bruegger’s is set to open April 8 at 1 E. Main St., the site of a former Manhattan Bagel Co. Inc. bagel shop. “There was ...

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Xerox lands $250 million contract

Xerox Corp. has signed a $250 million contract to provide office equipment and management services to Broadlane Inc. With its headquarters in California, Broadlane provides management and procurement services to some 300 acute-care hospitals and other health care facilities nationally. ...

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IEC hires investment banker

IEC Electronics Corp., looking for ways out of its slump, has retained an investment banking firm to investigate strategic alternatives. Chicago-based Lincoln Partners LLC specializes in merger and acquisition services, capital raising and financial advisory services. “IEC has engaged the ...

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UR to self-fund employee health plans

The University of Rochester plans to self-fund its employee health plans as of July 1. Ronald Paprocki, senior vice president for administration and finance, outlined UR plans in a March 23 letter to faculty and staff. UR will switch from ...

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Sales of existing U.S. homes slow

Sales of existing U.S. homes fell in February by 2.8 percent from the record pace of the previous month, the National Association of Realtors said. Sales of previously owned homes dipped to a rate of 5.88 million units from 6.05 ...

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EU plans to impose steel tariffs

Acting to shield Europe from a flood of cheap steel from countries recently hit by U.S. tariffs, the European Union decided today to impose its own import taxes, the Associated Press reported. Tariffs of up to 26 percent will apply ...

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Economists see sustained recovery

Most U.S. economists are confident a sustainable economic recovery is under way, a survey by the National Association for Business Economics shows. More than three-quarters of the members of a panel said it was unlikely the United States would suffer ...

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Relatives to hear recordings of Flight 93

Relatives of the 44 passengers and crew killed Sept. 11 aboard hijacked United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in rural Pennsylvania, will be allowed to hear the cockpit recordings during a single, private session, the Associated Press reported.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 28 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 April 4—Call Michael Masiello at 720-0590 for additional information. Baysiders Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—7 ...

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UR to self-fund employee health plans

The University of Rochester will self-fund its employee health plans as of July 1. UR senior vice president for administration and finance Ronald Paprocki laid out plans to switch from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of the Rochester Area and ...

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IEC hires investment banker

IEC Electronics Corp., looking for ways out of its slump, has retained an investment banking firm to investigate strategic alternatives. Chicago-based Lincoln Partners LLC specializes in merger and acquisition services, capital raising and financial advisory services.

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Xerox lands $250 million contract

Xerox Corp. has signed a $250 million contract to provide office equipment and management services to Broadlane Inc. With its headquarters in California, Broadlane provides management and procurement services to some 300 acute-care hospitals and other health care facilities nationally.

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Bruegger’s to open Four Corners bakery

Bruegger’s Corp. plans to open a bagel bakery at the Four Corners downtown. The new Bruegger’s, to be run by Flour City Bagels Inc., is set to open April 8 at 1 E. Main St., the site of a former ...

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