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Xerox, Paychex earn ethics honor

Two local companies have been named to the second annual list of World’s Most Ethical Companies, compiled by the Ethisphere Institute. Paychex Inc. and Xerox Corp. each made the list of 100 companies for the second time.

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Paetec, state and city to spend millions on move

Paetec Holding Corp. plans to spend $100 million to $150 million to build its new headquarters at the Midtown Plaza site, officials said Thursday. The demolition of Midtown and city support for business relocation will cost an additional $68.5 million.

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Wilmers to lead ESD; Gundersen resigns

M&T Bank Corp. chairman and CEO Robert Wilmers was named to lead Empire State Development Corp., in an overhaul of the state’s economic development efforts announced by Gov. David Paterson here on Thursday.

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Board approves Ultralife name changes

Shareholders approved a name change for Ultralife Batteries Inc. to Ultralife Corp., a move that will better define the company as a communications accessories and systems supplier rather than a battery producer.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 12 The August Group Networking Meeting—Free—9:30 – 11 a.m.—Bagel Bin Café, 2600 Elmwood Ave.—Visitors are welcome—Also offered June 18—Call Tracey Aiello at 259-0610 for additional information. Notable Networkers Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—Free—7 – 8:30 a.m.—Holiday Inn ...

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RIT names new liberal arts dean

Robert Ulin has been named the dean of Rochester Institute of Technology’s College of Liberal Arts, officials announced Thursday. Ulin, who begins his duties at RIT Aug. 1, is the chairman of the department of anthropology at Western Michigan University ...

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Area RHIO adds eHealth services

The Rochester Regional Health Information Organization and Brighton-based eHealth Global Technologies Inc. have signed a two-year contract to have eHealth Global provide image-exchange services.

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RF Communication awarded Marine contract

Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division in Rochester has been awarded $118 million in orders from the U.S. Marine Corps for its Falcon II multiband, manpack radios.

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RF Communication awarded Marine contract

Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division in Rochester has been awarded $118 million in orders from the U.S. Marine Corps for its Falcon II multiband, manpack radios. The orders are part of a new $350 million contract that will help the ...

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Area RHIO adds eHealth services

The Rochester Regional Health Information Organization and Brighton-based eHealth Global Technologies Inc. have signed a two-year contract to have eHealth Global provide image-exchange services. RHIOs are being developed nationally with the ultimate aim of creating a national medical information network ...

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Who says Mantle, Mays could not keep up with Manny?

Well, here we go again. Boy, this gets old! We’ve all heard this bologna—at least I have—since our pants didn’t shrink and stairs weren’t so steep and music wasn’t so loud. You know: Shaquille O’Neal would have Wilt Chamberlain for ...

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RIT names new liberal arts dean

Robert Ulin has been named the dean of Rochester Institute of Technology’s College of Liberal Arts, officials announced Thursday. Ulin, who begins his duties at RIT Aug. 1, is the chairman of the department of anthropology at Western Michigan University ...

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Board approves Ultralife name changes

Shareholders approved a name change for Ultralife Batteries Inc. to Ultralife Corp., a move that will better define the company as a communications accessories and systems supplier rather than a battery producer. Management had asked for the change because of ...

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Wilmers to lead ESD; Gundersen resigns

M&T Bank Corp. chairman and CEO Robert Wilmers was named to lead Empire State Development Corp., in an overhaul of the state’s economic development efforts announced by Gov. David Paterson here on Thursday. In addition, Daniel Gundersen, hired by disgraced ...

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Paetec, state and city to spend millions on move

Paetec Holding Corp. plans to spend $100 million to $150 million to build its new headquarters at the Midtown Plaza site, officials said Thursday. The demolition of Midtown and city support for business relocation will cost an additional $68.5 million. ...

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