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Analysts expect flat Q2 earnings at Paychex

As the economy goes, so goes performance at Paychex Inc.-but analysts are not yet sure whether the economy has improved enough in the short term to provide a significant boost for the company as it prepares to release results from ...

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McDermotts add new venture with acquisition

Members of a well-known business family have expanded the list of firms under their control. Thomas McDermott III and his brother Mark bought the local Merry Maids franchise this year. They purchased the professional cleaning service from a colleague of ...

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A tradition of resilience at Allen-Bailey

Tucked away on a dead-end street in the Livingston County hamlet of Caledonia sits a century-old manufacturer that churns out millions of tags and labels weekly. Its quiet location keeps Allen-Bailey Tag & Label Inc. out of the public eye, ...

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Transcat posts higher revenues, earnings

Organic growth and the January acquisition of a Wisconsin-based industrial supplier helped boost second-quarter revenues at Transcat Inc. And earnings more than doubled.

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Analysts expect Kodak to report bigger Q3 loss

Analysts do not expect strong third-quarter results from Eastman Kodak Co. The new numbers, which include roughly a month of pre-holiday buildup, will give the Street a glimpse of what to expect in the critical fourth quarter. Analysts expect Kodak ...

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Xerox doubles profit in Q3; plans more job cuts

Xerox Corp. posted significant year-over-year increases in sales and profit for its third-quarter results and raised its full-year guidance Thursday morning.

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Paychex addresses shareholders about ‘disappointing year’

The last year was the most difficult in its history but Paychex Inc. sees signs of hope for fiscal 2011, company leaders said Wednesday at the annual meeting of stockholders. In his first meeting since becoming president and CEO, Martin Mucci (right) said Paychex’s future is bright, with new opportunities in human resources and insurance services.

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Area’s accounting, legal shops gain access to top talent

  As multinational firms in bigger cities cut jobs and new graduates get ready to start their careers, Rochester’s accounting and legal shops can cherry-pick talent. A roundup of some of these employers shows an uptick in employment this year. ...

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Funeral Homes

Information was provided by individual funeral homes that responded. The survey area was Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by total local calls during 2009.

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Engineering firm opens High Falls offices

The downtown offices of Stantec Consulting Services Inc. were to be opened officially Thursday afternoon at 61 Commercial St. in the High Falls area.

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Paychex beats Street expectations

Paychex Inc. beat Street estimates for both profit and revenue in the first fiscal quarter.
The company announced results for the quarter ended Aug. 31 after markets closed Monday.

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Street eyes flat Q1 for Paychex

  Paychex Inc. is slated to announce first-quarter results next week, the first for the company since the resignation of President and CEO Jonathan Judge, who left July 31. Results for the quarter ended Aug. 31 are to be released ...

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Garlock honored for its innovation

Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC has been honored by the readers of a trade magazine for new product development.

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