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Daily Archives: December 15, 2005

Jobless rate rises to 4.9 percent in Nov.

The Rochester area’s economy continued to weaken in November with an increase in the unemployment rate and year-over-year job losses.

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Anthony house names new director

Patrice Sampson-Bouchard has been named executive director of the Susan B. Anthony House. She has been interim executive director since July, when Lori Barnum stepped down.

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Graham lands $3.2 million in orders

Graham Corp. said Thursday it has received two purchase orders totaling some $3.2 million for equipment to be installed in a new petrochemical production complex in Saudi Arabia.

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Manufacturing conditions improve

Manufacturing conditions in New York improved this month, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing survey shows. The general business conditions index rose for a second consecutive month to 28.7, its highest level of 2005, indicating a ...

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Manufacturing conditions improve

Manufacturing conditions in New York improved this month, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing survey shows.

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Former CGR chief chosen as next deputy mayor

Former Center for Governmental Research Inc. president and CEO Patricia Malgieri is slated to become the city’s first female deputy mayor on Jan. 1.

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21 Premier Professionals Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—Free—7 – 8:30 a.m.—Hawthorne’s Restaurant, 3500 East Ave.—Visitors are welcome—Also offered Dec. 28—Call Sue Cook at (315) 986-2444 for additional information. The Green Drivers Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—Free—7 ...

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Ex-Heat coach Van Gundy is as lucky as he is rare

“I absolutely love coaching this team, I love this organization. I made this decision for one reason and one reason only: I love my family more.” —Stan Van Gundy The media tsunami that followed the earthquake that rocked the Miami ...

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Consumer prices plunge; industrial output jumps

A record plunge in the cost of gasoline pushed consumer prices down by the largest amount in 56 years in November while industrial production posted a solid gain, AP reported. The Labor Department said the Consumer Price Index fell by ...

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Court tosses out $10 billion judgment against Philip Morris

The Illinois Supreme Court threw out a $10 billion judgment against Philip Morris USA on Thursday, ruling the company that makes top-selling Marlboros and other brands did not defraud customers in its marketing of “light” cigarettes, AP reported. The court ...

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Voter turnout strong, violence low in Iraq

Iraqis voted Thursday in one of the largest and most free elections in the Arab world, with strong turnout reported in Sunni areas and even a shortage of ballots in some precincts, AP reported. Several explosions rocked Baghdad throughout the ...

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Icy weather shuts down portions of the South

Freezing rain and ice jolted the South on Thursday, closing schools, snarling traffic and knocking out power to some 300,000 customers from Atlanta to Charlotte, N.C., AP reported. The outages were caused by ice—up to half an inch thick—that formed ...

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Former CGR chief chosen as next deputy mayor

Rochester Mayor-Elect Robert Duffy today named his deputy mayor. Former Center for Governmental Research Inc. president and CEO Patricia Malgieri is slated to be the city’s first female deputy mayor on Jan. 1. “I am delighted to have someone with ...

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Graham lands $3.2 million in orders

Graham Corp. today said it has received two purchase orders totaling some $3.2 million for equipment to be installed in a new petrochemical production complex in Saudi Arabia. The equipment will be installed in the Yansab Red Sea complex, which ...

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Anthony house names new director

Patrice Sampson-Bouchard has been named executive director of the Susan B. Anthony House. She has been interim executive director since July, when Lori Barnum stepped down. Sampson-Bouchard has been a docent at the Susan B. Anthony House for six years ...

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