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Corrections & Amplifications

An article in the Aug. 27 issue misstated the title of Sharon Napier, president of the Wolf Group’s Rochester office. Robert Notter M.D. developed a drug called Infasurf that replaces a vital coating missing in the lungs of premature infants. ...

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Corrections & Amplifications

The top private companies list that appeared in the 1999 Rochester’s Top 50 supplement contained an error. Nothnagle Realtors’ 450 agents are independent contractors, not employees. With approximately 60 full-time and 40 part-time employees, Nothnagle should not have appeared on ...

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Corrections & Amplifications

The June 11 list of brokerage firms omitted Centra Financial Group Inc. and Kirlin Securities Inc. With 26 local brokers, Centra would have ranked 14th. With 14 local brokers, Kirlin would have ranked 21st. 8/6/99

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Corrections & Amplifications

A July 2 Special Report story misidentified the Commission Project in Penfield. The July 16 Non-profit Report misstated the founding date for the YMCA of Greater Rochester. The organization was started in 1854. HSBC Holding PLC’s ticker symbol on the ...

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Corrections & Amplifications

The May 7 commercial printers list omitted Advanced Quickprinting Inc. and Panther Graphics Inc. With 20 full-time local employees, Advanced Quickprinting would have placed 16th. Panther Graphics, with 11 full-time and three part-time local employees, would have ranked 19th. A ...

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Corrections & Amplifications

The public company employment trends chart published in the 1999 edition of Rochester’s Top 50 contained an error. CPAC Inc. had 55 full-time local employees on March 1, compared with 50 employees a year earlier. With a net addition of ...

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Corrections & Amplifications

Due to information provided to the Rochester Business Journal, an article in the June 25 issue contained an error. Navalis Co. uses some subcontractors, but fewer than most other construction companies because of its in-house staff. 7/2/99

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Corrections & Amplifications

An article in the May 28 issue on Nalge Nunc International Inc. contained an error. The firm is integrating product lines from Lida Manufacturing Corp. in Kenosha, Wis., and In Vitro Scientific Products in St. Louis. 6/4/99

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Corrections & Amplifications

A May 21 article on corporate travel trends incorrectly identified Xerox Corp.’s primary air carrier. The company’s primary air agreement is with United Airlines. An article in the same issue on bank consolidation did not make clear that Canandaigua National ...

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Corrections & Amplifications

The May 7 Small Business Resource supplement contained an error. ViaHealth employs 9,000 staffers. 5/21/99

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Corrections & Amplifications

Due to incorrect information provided to the Rochester Business Journal, the April 30 People section contained an error. Linda Underhill and Theresa Gerner are employed by the Senior Health Alliance of Greater Rochester. 5/14/99

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Corrections & Amplifications

A story in the April 23 issue contained an error. Susanna Schuler is interim news director at WROC-TV 8, and Duane Lammers is interim general manager. Another story in the April 23 issue incorrectly stated that Paychex Inc. received venture-capital ...

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Corrections & Amplifications

An article in the April 16 edition on deceased financier Samuel Yacono misstated the sum recovered by the bankruptcy trustee through the sale of Yacono’s personal possessions and office furnishings. The amount was $20,000. 4-23-99

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Corrections & Amplifications

An article in the April 2 issue did not mention that Citibank’s Dynasty Trust services are managed locally by Thomas Thaney, vice president of the Citibank Private Bank in Pittsford. 4/9/99

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Corrections & Amplifications

A March 12 article on the University Club of Rochester misstated the dates of the club’s founding and headquarters inauguration. The club was founded in 1909, and moved into its headquarters at 26 Broadway in 1929. The Who’s Who in ...

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