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Monthly Archives: July 2008

Paychex raises dividend

Paychex Inc. declared a 3 percent increase in the company’s regular quarterly dividend. The Penfield-based payroll and human resources services firm today said that the dividend will increase from 30 cents a share to 31 cents a share payable Aug. ...

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Online job listings up from last year

Rochester’s online help-wanted advertising declined slightly from May to June, but showed an improvement over last year, the Conference Board Inc. reported. Some 12,000 online job ads were posted here in June, compared with 12,100 in May and 11,400 a ...

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Online job listings up from last year

Rochester’s online help-wanted advertising declined slightly from May to June, but showed an improvement over last year, the Conference Board Inc. reported.

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Strong shipments boost Ultralife 2Q revenue

Ultralife Corp. announced preliminary second-quarter revenues Wednesday, topping analysts’ estimates, driven by strong shipments and customer requests for accelerated deliveries.

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Bar Association gives $30k in grants

A program designed to provide education to youth about the judicial process is among seven law-related, community-based organizations sharing $30,000 in grants announced Wednesday by the Foundation of the Monroe County Bar Association.

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County gets $2.6M communications grant

Monroe County is getting $2.6 million in federal funds to improve communications between first responders, officials said Wednesday.

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Monroe County, suburban schools to end legal battle

Monroe County and suburban school districts have agreed to end their legal battle over the distribution of sales tax revenue and will negotiate a plan to restore revenue to school districts, officials said Wednesday.

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IEC secures $3.7M defense contract

IEC Electronics Corp. received a $3.7 million order from one of its military and defense customers, the Newark firm reported Tuesday. Deliveries will begin during IEC’s fourth quarter ending Sept. 30 and will be completed by next April. Barry Gilbert, ...

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DOH approves Thompson Health clinic

The state Department of Health has given a green light to Thompson Health to open an extension clinic targeting uninsured and underinsured Ontario County residents. A joint initiative of Thompson Health, Canandaigua Churches in Action and Excellus Blue Cross Blue ...

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Meeting set on Midtown redevelopment

A public scoping meeting for the Midtown Plaza redevelopment project has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. July 29 in City Council Chambers at City Hall, officials announced Tuesday. The session is designed to solicit public comments on what should be ...

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DOH approves Thompson Health clinic

The state Department of Health has given a green light to Thompson Health to open an extension clinic targeting uninsured and underinsured Ontario County residents.

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IEC secures $3.7M defense contract

IEC Electronics Corp. received a $3.7 million order from a military and defense customer, the Newark firm reported Tuesday.

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Kodak unveils breakthrough in photography

Eastman Kodak Co. has set a new mark in imaging technology. Kodak said Tuesday it has achieved another breakthrough in imaging technology with the introduction of the first 50 million pixel CCD—charge-coupled device—image sensor for professional photography.

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Kodak, Xerox honored for diversity

Xerox Corp. and Eastman Kodak Co. were among 40 companies honored Tuesday by Black Enterprise magazine as the best companies for diversity.

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