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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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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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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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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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Monroe Plan CEO to lead ACAP

Monroe Plan for Medical Care CEO Robert Thompson has been named chairman of the Association for Community Affiliated Plans. Based in Washington, D.C., ACAP is a national trade association representing 37 U.S. safety-net health plans. ACAP member plans serve some ...

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D&C names new publisher

The Democrat and Chronicle Monday announced the name of its new president and publisher. Ali Zoibi, former senior vice president and general manager of the Indianapolis Star, is swapping locales with former D&C publisher Michael Kane.

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Monroe Plan CEO to lead ACAP

Monroe Plan for Medical Care CEO Robert Thompson has been named chairman of the Association for Community Affiliated Plans.

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Wegman named food industry leader

Daniel Wegman ranked sixth on the annual list of people driving the food industry in weekly trade magazine Supermarket News, Wegmans Food Markets Inc. announced Monday. The Wegmans CEO has been on the list since it was first published in ...

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D&C names new publisher

The Democrat and Chronicle Monday announced the name of its new president and publisher. Ali Zoibi, 51, former senior vice president and general manager of the Indianapolis Star, is swapping locales with former D&C publisher Michael Kane. Kane was appointed ...

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Survey honors D4 parent company

Ivize LLC, the North Carolina-based litigation support company that last month acquired D4 in Rochester, has been named one of the top U.S. electronic discovery firms in two categories in the 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey.

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Schumer optimistic Bills will stay in WNY

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, after meeting Monday at St. John Fisher College with Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson Jr. and National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell, said he is optimistic about the team’s long-term future in Western New York.

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RIT, Geneseo and Nazareth make the grade

Four local colleges have been named to a list of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education by The Princeton Review.

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Townsend named NYPA interim chair

Michael Townsend, an attorney with Perinton law firm Harris Beach PLLC and since 2004 a member of the board of trustees of the New York Power Authority, will become interim chairman of the board this week, officials said Monday.

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Townsend named NYPA interim chair

Michael Townsend, an attorney with Perinton law firm Harris Beach PLLC and since 2004 a member of the board of trustees of the New York Power Authority, will become interim chairman of the board this week, officials said Monday. Townsend ...

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