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Eastman Kodak pumps $1M into Golisano Institute

Eastman Kodak Co. is giving $1 million to the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at Rochester Institute of Technology. The company Monday announced the disbursement from its Rochester economic development fund in support of the sustainability institute.

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Patrick Cunningham: Maintaining a disciplined approach

Patrick Cunningham knows the meaning of hard work, having fended for himself in some fashion since he was 14 years old. Cunningham, 55, spent most of his childhood in a one-parent household, his mother relying on welfare, food stamps and ...

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Despite ‘challenging year,’ Paychex sees key indicators rise in Q4

After a difficult year, many signs pointed up in the fourth quarter for Paychex Inc., which beat analyst estimates for revenue by bringing in $496 million. Net income for the quarter ended May 31 was $115.5 million, or 32 cents a share, compared with $113.8 million, or 32 cents last year.

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Analysts expect profit, sales to dip at Paychex

Paychex Inc. has closed a fiscal year in which its total revenue declined through three quarters and analysts predict another decline for the fourth. It also was a year in which the company began to see a slowing in the ...

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Xerox names new Solutions Group president

Xerox Corp. has named Kevin Warren president of its U.S. Solutions Group, effective July 1. He is currently chairman, president and CEO of Xerox Canada.

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Minority-Owned Businesses

Information was provided by minority-owned firms, the survey area was Monroe, Genesee , Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local full-time employees. 

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Xerox company inks deal with Hallmark

Affiliated Computer Services Inc., a Xerox Corp. company, recently signed a five-year extension of its information technology agreement to provide infrastructure services to Hallmark Cards Inc., the largest manufacturer of greeting cards in the United States.

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Printing company quickly made an impression

    By melding their Xerox Corp. backgrounds and channeling the work ethic they learned from their father, brothers Ronald and Michael Bittner made a business for themselves. Since 2001, their Henrietta-based printing company, AlphaGraphics Inc., has grown from four ...

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Seattle facility taps eHealth Global service

eHealth Global Technologies Inc. has implemented its record retrieval service at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance in Wash, the Brighton-based company announced today.

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Energy efficiency program targets small businesses

Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. is launching an energy efficiency program for small business customers with electricity demands of less than 100 kilowatts, the company announced this week.

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Xerox inks deal with Ohio bank

Xerox Corp. will manage Huntington Natonal Bank’s print infrastructure, a deal that will better control the way documents are printed, shared and updated at the bank’s Ohio headquarters and across more than 600 branch locations.

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Sutherland Global Services buys Adventity in cash deal

Sutherland Global Services Inc. has acquired New York City’s Adventity Global Services in an all-cash deal, the firm announced Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Panther on list of fastest-growing inner-city firms

Rochester commercial printing firm Panther Graphics Inc. ranks No. 73 on the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City’s 2010 list of fastest-growing inner-city companies in the country.

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