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Corrections
and Amplifications

The Business Notes section in the Aug. 25 issue erroneously referred to General Signal Corp. as General Railway Signal Corp. In the Sept. 22 issue, a photograph of Gidget Hopf, executive director of the Association for the Blind and Visually ...

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Rochester Business Journal Index: Third Quarter 1995

ROCHESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL NEWSLINK INDEX (c) July 7,1995 PAGE ONE Vasile settles insider-trading charges,2 MCC and Chamber launch training initiative,3 MCC-Chamber initiative courses,3 Metscan shuts down,4 Genesee Brewing focuses on craft beers,5 NEWS AND TRENDS News in Brief,6 Unions pin ...

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Corrections
and Amplifications

The 4,000-member Greater Rochester Association of Realtors Inc. should have appeared on the list of local business associations in the Aug. 25 issue. Its membership equals that of the Construction Industry Services Association Inc., which ranked No. 1 on the ...

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Much more
For the Record

The Rochester Business Journal is pleased to add several new categories of record data to help you stay abreast of information relevant to your business and that of your clients and competitors. In this week’s issue, you will find the ...

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Corrections and
amplifications

William Holly’s name was misspelled in the Aug. 11 profile of Sage, Rutty & Co. Inc.’s chairman. A July 28 special report on downtown investment misstated the year in which Blue Cross and Blue Shield of the Rochester Area intends ...

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Rochester Business Journal NewsLink Index: Second Quarter 1995

ROCHESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL NEWSLINK INDEX (c) April 7, 1995 PAGE ONE Local SBA office faces demise in budget cuts,2 New Free Press daily takes on Gannett Rochester Newspapers,2 Moscom still seeks payoff from R&D investments,3 Thomas James buys California firm’s ...

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What’s new
on NewsLink

We often say NewsLink contains the best of the Rochester Business Journal–and more. One of NewsLink’s extras is its multimedia capability. In the May 26 issue, for example, a sound clip accompanied the interview with Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. ...

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Corrections
and Amplifications

The Hampton Inn-North, which opened April 20, should have been included in the list of hotels and motels published June 9. The Hampton Inn-North has 118 guest rooms. The For the Record section in the May 26 issue contained an ...

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What’s new
on NewsLink

This week’s edition of Rochester Business Journal NewsLink offers several extra features for our electronic subscribers. First, in the Page One section, you will find the remarks to shareholders made at recent annual meetings by Kodak’s George Fisher, Xerox’s Paul ...

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Corrections
and Amplifications

The Non-Profit Report in the May 12 issue omitted two individuals from the list of trustees for the Strong Museum. They are: Edward P. Curtis Jr., president, Genesee Public Affairs Inc., and Deborah K. Smith, senior vice president, human resources, ...

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Corrections
and Amplifications

The For the Record section in the April 21 issue contained an error. David Rose is now sole proprietor of Rose Films Inc., formerly Telesis Productions.

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Corrections
and Amplifications

The name of a labor leader was misspelled in a March 21 article. Joseph Giffi is the president of the International Union of Electronic Workers Local 509.

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What’s new on NewsLink

NewsLink subscribers get not only the contents of our newsprint edition, but also additional features such as The Loop and Picture of the Week. When possible, NewsLink also offers extra news. This week, two important texts–the speeches given by Bausch ...

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Corrections and amplifications

An article in the March 31 issue misidentified the Scottsville Road office park from which Eastman Kodak Co. withdrew in 1994. Kodak left the Towers Airport Business Park, 1200-A Scottsville Rd.

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Corrections
and Amplifications

Due to incorrect information provided, the list of cultural non-profit organizations in the March 24 issue contained an error. The Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester had total revenue of $2,390,173 in the 1994 fiscal year.

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