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Veramark sees net loss in quarter

Telecommunications software company Veramark Technologies Inc. reported a third-quarter net loss of $34,000, or less than a penny a share, compared with a profit of $110,000, or a penny a share, a year ago. The Pittsford-based firm also logged a ...

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Veramark sees net loss in quarter

Telecommunications software company Veramark Technologies Inc. reported a third-quarter net loss of $34,000, or less than a penny a share, compared with a profit of $110,000, or a penny a share, a year ago.

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Infotonics to collaborate with firm on pill camera R&D

The Infotonics Technology Center Inc. in Canandaigua announced Thursday it has reached a collaborative research and development agreement with Medi-photonics Development Co. LLC, to develop a pill camera.

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Genencor introduces enzyme line

Genencor International Inc. has launched Defenz, a line of decontamination enzymes to combat nerve gas agents and specific pesticides.

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Kodak emissions cited in new report

A statewide environmental group issued a report Thursday claiming Kodak Park violated state guidelines for emissions of the solvent methylene chloride for 13 years.

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FRIDAY, NOV. 12 Brighton’s Best Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—Free—7 – 8:30 a.m.—Hawthorne’s Restaurant, 3500 East Ave.—Visitors are welcome—Also offered Nov. 19—Call Sue Cook at (315) 986-2444 for additional information. Greece Chamber of Commerce Economic Prosperity Committee Meeting—Free—7:30 a.m.—2496 ...

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Mulcahy: Firms can help community

Xerox Corp. chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy touted “good citizenship as good business” as the keynote speaker Thursday at the 2004 conference of Business for Social Responsibility. She highlighted Xerox’s longtime commitment to environmentally friendly manufacturing methods, health and safety, ...

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Kodak emissions cited in new report

A statewide environmental group issued a report Thursday claiming Kodak Park violated state guidelines for emissions of the solvent methylene chloride for 13 years. Citizen’s Environmental Coalition, along with the Kandid Coalition, a Rochester group, said environmental consultant Wilma Subra ...

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PeopleSoft board rejects Oracle bid—again

PeopleSoft Inc. appears determined to repel Oracle Corp.’s takeover advances, even if it means alienating shareholders who want to accept the current $9.2 billion offer, AP reported. The business software firm’s board delivered the latest rebuff to its bitter rival ...

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Abbas elected chairman of PLO

Mahmoud Abbas, a former prime minister and a veteran peace negotiator, was elected chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization on Thursday within hours of Yasser Arafat’s death, putting him on a track to become the next overall leader of the ...

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Intel to replace Barrett as CEO

Intel Corp. on Thursday said President Paul Otellini would replace Craig Barrett as CEO in a long-planned move, becoming the company’s first CEO to have a marketing rather than an engineering background, Reuters reported. The changes take effect on May ...

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Santana is unanimous winner of Cy Young Award

Johan Santana of the Minnesota Twins was a unanimous pick for the American League Cy Young Award on Thursday, AP reported. He was rewarded for a stellar second half that helped his team win its third straight division title. Santana ...

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Genencor introduces enzyme line

Genencor International Inc. has launched Defenz, a line of decontamination enzymes to combat nerve gas agents and specific pesticides. Defenz is being introduced to first responders this week at the FireRescue conference and expo in Las Vegas. Exclusively licensed from ...

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Infotonics to collaborate with firm on pill camera R&D

The Infotonics Technology Center Inc. in Canandaigua announced Thursday it has reached a collaborative research and development agreement with Medi-photonics Development Co. LLC, to develop a pill camera. Medi-photonics is the New York subsidiary of Cherry Hill, N.J.-based Mediscience Technology ...

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Mulcahy: Firms can help community

Xerox Corp. chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy touted “good citizenship as good business” as the keynote speaker Thursday at the 2004 conference of Business for Social Responsibility. She said business success and social responsibility are not mutually exclusive.

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