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Monthly Archives: July 2008

Kodak printers top magazine survey

Printers by Eastman Kodak Co. topped a survey by PC Magazine. “Kodak’s appeal seems to come from readers’ perception of the quality of Kodak’s inks for documents and photos, where it scored an 8.7, and the cost of ink, where ...

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First Niagara breaks ground in Greece

Representatives of First Niagara Financial Group Inc. and Brighton commercial builder the DiMarco Group broke ground Wednesday on a First Niagara Bank branch to be relocated in Greece. The new branch will be at DiMarco-owned Hampton Ridge on West Ridge ...

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Officials allow China to block some Web sites

Some International Olympic Committee officials cut a deal to let China block sensitive Web sites despite promises of unrestricted access, Reuters reported a senior IOC official admitted on Wednesday. Persistent pollution fears and China’s concerns about security in Tibet also ...

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June bankruptcy filings increase 8%

Bankruptcy filings in the Rochester division of the Western District of New York rose 8 percent in June, figures compiled by the Western District Bankruptcy Court Clerk show. Filings for the first six months of the year were down, however, ...

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Fleischer’s Bagels CEO to retire

Marc Fleischer, CEO of Macedon-based Fleischer’s Bagels Inc., will retire from his post Aug. 1 after 37 years in the food industry.

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Mulcahy makes list of highest-paid women

Anne Mulcahy, Xerox Corp. chairman and CEO, was the third highest paid women executive in 2007, a new study by Forbes shows. Mulcahy’s total annual compensation last year was some $11 million, the magazine reported. First on the list was ...

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Groups rally to support tax cap

Representatives of local and state business organizations rallied Tuesday at the SUNY College at Brockport MetroCenter in support of a cap on school property taxes.

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Firm buys NaturalNano material

NaturalNano Inc. Tuesday said Noble Polymers, a division of Michigan-based Cascade Engineering Inc., has purchased its halloysite nanotubes material. The HNT material is to be used to produce 10 tons of NaturalNano’s nanocomposite Pleximer, company officials said. “This sale is ...

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Sydor gets $3M contract from U.K.

Sydor Instruments LLC has been awarded a contract to supply nine Optical Streak Cameras to the U.K. government as part of a $3 million order, the Chili-based firm said Tuesday. The cameras will be part of Project Orion, a new ...

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Sydor gets $3M contract from U.K.

Sydor Instruments LLC has been awarded a contract to supply nine Optical Streak Cameras to the U.K. government as part of a $3 million order, the Chili-based firm said Tuesday.

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3 attorneys switch firms, make partner

Three Jaeckle, Fleischmann & Mugel LLP attorneys have moved to Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP. Dennis Danella, Ronald Kisicki and Katherine McGuire are joining Woods Oviatt as partners in the firm’s intellectual property group, Woods Oviatt said. Danella concentrates on all ...

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Groups rally to support tax cap

Representatives of local and state business organizations rallied Tuesday at the SUNY College at Brockport MetroCenter in support of a cap on school property taxes. “New York’s unsustainable property tax burden is driving both residents and businesses out of the ...

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