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VirtualScopics revenues up

VirtualScopics Inc. reported a 24 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenues and forecasts double-digit revenue growth in 2008. The medical image analysis firm released its fourth-quarter earnings report after markets closed Wednesday. VirtualScopics posted a net loss of $1.1 million, or ...

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Paetec reports strong growth in revenues, earnings

Paetec Holding Corp. Thursday reported strong gains, showing a triple-digit increase in fourth-quarter earnings and double-digit leaps in revenues for the final quarter and earnings and revenues for the full year. In the fourth quarter, Paetec posted net income of ...

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Schools appeal F.A.I.R. decision

Attorneys representing suburban school districts charged Monroe County with discriminating against the schools in approving a plan that shifts sales-tax revenue to the state to pay for Medicare costs. Attorneys for the school districts and for Monroe County appeared Thursday ...

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Ultralife posts Q4 net profit; stocks rise

Ultralife Batteries Inc. reported a 22 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenues, but a greater operating loss than a year ago. The Newark, Wayne County, firm logged sales of $36.8 million, up from $30.1 million last year. Ultralife reported an operating ...

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Strong passes on Midtown clock, monorail

The clock and monorail at Midtown Plaza are not moving to the Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester.      After it was announced Midtown would be demolished, Rollie Adams, Strong Museum president and CEO, said they began considering whether ...

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Help-wanted listings rebound in January

Rochester’s help-wanted advertising rebounded in January after falling to its lowest point in more than two years in December, the Conference Board Inc. reported. The local index increased to 13 last month from 10 in December, but was down from ...

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Are there enough fans in Rochester for 7 pro sports teams?

It hasn’t even been three years — July 2005, to be exact—since Rochester, the Flower City, our city, was named the No. 1 minor league sports market in the country by Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal. That’s when the ...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5 The August Group Networking Meeting—Free—9:30 – 11 a.m.—Bagel Bin Cafe, 2600 Elmwood Ave.—Visitors are welcome—Also offered March 6—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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Help-wanted listings rebound in January

Rochester’s help-wanted advertising rebounded in January after falling to its lowest point in more than two years in December, the Conference Board Inc. reported.

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Ultralife posts Q4 net profit; stocks rise

Ultralife Batteries Inc. reported a 22 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenues, but a greater operating loss than a year ago. Shares of Ultralife (Nasdaq: ULBI) were trading midday Thursday at $14.10, up nearly 6 percent.

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Schools appeal F.A.I.R. decision

Attorneys for the school districts and for Monroe County appeared Thursday in the Rochester office of the state Supreme Court Fourth Department Appellate Division to make their cases.

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Paetec reports strong growth in revenues, earnings

Paetec Holding Corp. Thursday reported strong gains, showing a triple-digit increase in fourth-quarter earnings and double-digit leaps in revenues for the final quarter and earnings and revenues for the full year.

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VirtualScopics revenues up

VirtualScopics Inc. reported a 24 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenues and forecasts double-digit revenue growth in 2008.

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