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Daily Archives: April 3, 2008

Bengals wide receiver cut after fifth arrest

The Cincinnati Bengals decided Thursday they have had enough of Chris Henry’s legal problems, cutting the wide receiver after his fifth arrest since 2005, AP reported. An attorney for Henry, 24, entered not guilty pleas for him after Henry was ...

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Bush gets NATO approval on missile defense

President George Bush won NATO’s endorsement Thursday for his plan to build a missile defense system in Europe over Russian objections, AP reported. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called it a breakthrough agreement for the military alliance.

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Maliki plans security crackdowns in Baghdad

Iraq prime minister Nouri al-Maliki said Thursday he planned to launch more security crackdowns like the one in Basra against “criminal gangs” in Baghdad, AP reported. He singled out Sadr City and Shula – two Mahdi Army militia strongholds-as targets.

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Fed chairman defends Bear Stearns bailout

The Federal Reserve moved to assist a Wall Street investment bank on the brink of bankruptcy to prevent a failure that could have dealt serious consequences to the U.S. economy, AP reported Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke said Thursday.

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ATA Airlines declares bankruptcy, cancels flights

ATA Airlines Inc. shut down operations and stranded thousands of travelers Thursday when an unexpected loss of key charter flights and soaring fuel costs forced the carrier into bankruptcy, AP reported. ATA entered bankruptcy for the second time in just ...

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Even with this Final Four, hoops don’t deserve hoopla

Well, March Madness marches to a halt Monday night and anyone who can so much as spell basketball is supposed to be a nervous wreck, as uptight as the proverbial piano wire. Hey, it’s Final Four weekend! High drama incorporated. ...

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Trade publication honors SenDEC

SenDEC Corp. has received the SMT Vision award for contract services. The award honors the products, technologies and services that have shaped the printed circuit board manufacturing industry over the past year, the magazine said. The Fairport firm won the ...

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Element K names senior VP of sales

Element K LLC Thursday named a senior vice president of sales. Jim Morris brings more than 25 years of sales management experience to the position. “(His) experience in the corporate training and development market will help Element K deliver the ...

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Kodak creates chief blogger post

Eastman Kodak Co. has added a new position—hiring its first chief blogger. Kodak (NYSE:EK) Thursday named Jennifer Cisney to the post to provide oversight and creative guidance for Kodak’s two blogs: “A Thousand Words” and “A Thousand Nerds” — and ...

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Graham Corp. boasts 29% increase in orders

Graham Corp. announced record quarterly orders Thursday, saying orders for the fourth-quarter, which ended March 31, were $35 million, up 29 percent. Those orders contributed to a record fiscal year of orders totaling $107 million, up from $86.5 million in ...

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Constellation reports Q4 loss

Despite strong liquor sales, Constellation Brands Inc. reported a fourth-quarter loss Thursday, citing an impairment charge on its wine businesses in Australia and Britain. Constellation reported a loss of $831.9 million, or $3.90 a share, after paying preferred dividends for ...

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MCC trustees reject motion to scrap current search

Trustees at Monroe Community College on Thursday rejected a motion, 7 to 1, by board member John Parrinello to scrap the current search for a new president. Parrinello voted in favor of aborting the search, which has been subject to ...

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Constellation reports Q4 loss

Despite strong liquor sales, Constellation Brands Inc. reported a fourth-quarter loss Thursday, citing an impairment charge on its wine businesses in Australia and Britain.

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Kodak creates chief blogger post

Eastman Kodak Co. has added a new position—hiring its first chief blogger. Kodak (NYSE:EK) Thursday named Jennifer Cisney to the post to provide oversight and creative guidance for Kodak’s two blogs: “A Thousand Words” and “A Thousand Nerds” — and ...

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