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Daily Archives: October 4, 2007

Verizon adds network to Thruway

Verizon Wireless Inc. has completed its deployment of a high-speed broadband network along the New York State Thruway from Buffalo to New York City.

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Constellation earnings rise, sales fall

Constellation Brands Inc. reported Thursday its second-quarter earnings rose despite a sharp drop in sales. The Perinton firm also raised its profit outlook for fiscal 2008.

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PCore Electric sold to Mo. company

PCore Electric Co. Inc. in LeRoy, Genesee County, has been sold to Hubbell Power Systems Inc. for an undisclosed amount.

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Firm to take $12 million charge in Q3

Citizens Communications Co. plans to take a $12 million charge in the third quarter for severance and early retirement benefit costs related to its consolidation of customer service operations.

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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10 The August Group Networking Meeting—Free—9:30 – 11 a.m.—Bagel Bin Cafe, 2600 Elmwood Ave.—Visitors are welcome—Also offered Oct. 11—Call Tracey Aiello at 259-0610 for additional information. The Early Birds Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—Free—7 – 8:30 a.m.—The ...

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Xerox unveils technology

Xerox Corp. introduced technology Thursday that is invisible to the naked eye and can be read only when exposed to infrared light. The InfraredMark Specialty Imaging Font can be used to authenticate tickets, coupon certificates, identification papers and other documents, ...

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Favre’s real legacy will be his character and integrity

Well, based on some of the stuff we’ve seen in sports over the years, I guess Brett Favre just doesn’t get it. Last weekend, in Green Bay’s 23-16 win over Minnesota, he threw his 421st touchdown pass, breaking Dan Marino’s ...

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Xerox unveils technology

Xerox Corp. introduced technology Thursday that is invisible to the naked eye and can be read only when exposed to infrared light.

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Firm to take $12 million charge in Q3

Citizens Communications Co. plans to take a $12 million charge in the third quarter for severance and early retirement benefit costs related to its previously announced consolidation of customer service operations. The consolidation—first announced by the company in March—includes a ...

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PCore Electric sold to Mo. company

PCore Electric Co. Inc. in LeRoy, Genesee County, has been sold to Hubbell Power Systems Inc. for an undisclosed amount. Formerly the Bushing Division of Lapp Insulators LLC, PCore was formed in July 2004 by a management team led by ...

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Constellation earnings rise, sales fall

Constellation Brands Inc. reported Thursday its second-quarter earnings rose despite a sharp drop in sales. The Perinton firm also raised its profit outlook for fiscal 2008. Constellation earned $72.1 million, or 33 cents a share, compared with net income of ...

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Two Koreas look toward peace treaty

The leaders of North and South Korea pledged Thursday to seek a peace treaty to replace the Korean War’s 1953 cease-fire and expand projects to reduce tension across the world’s last Cold War frontier, AP reported. The pact came a ...

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U.S. manufacturing shows slowdown

Orders to U.S. factories fell in August by the largest amount in seven months, reflecting weakness across a wide swath of manufacturing, AP reported. The Commerce Department said orders dropped by 3.3 percent last month, worse than the 2.8 percent ...

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Florida congressional Democrats sue Democratic National Party

Congressional Democrats from Florida sued their own party Thursday, hoping to restore the national convention delegates stripped from the state because it scheduled an early presidential primary, AP reported. The party violated the Constitution and federal voting laws by taking ...

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House overwhelmingly OKs bill on private contractors in Iraq

The House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday that would make all private contractors working in Iraq and other combat zones subject to prosecution by U.S. courts, AP reported. It was the first major legislation of its kind to pass ...

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