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PGA “fan fest”
awaits visitors

The Pepsi Putting Challenge and an interactive Fantasy Broadcast Booth are slated to be featured attractions at the PGA Golf Experience Sept. 21-24 in Genesee Valley Park. The PGA event, modeled after the NFL Experience, NBA Jam Session and similar ...

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1995 Ryder Cup Matches

AREA GOLF COURSES (Ranked by RDGA course rating from white tee) #1 Oak Hill Country Club(4) Kilburn Road Rochester, N.Y. 14610 586-1660 RDGA Course Ratings (1) White (Middle): 72.3 RDGA Course Ratings (1) Red (Forward): 75.2 RDGA Course Ratings (1) ...

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For some, Cup
is bubbling over

Trickle-down–the mechanism by which the Ryder millions will hit the business community here–is not entirely a natural phenomenon. Engineering its course are dozens of local companies and groups. Each has come to its own terms with Ryder Cup Fever. And ...

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More online exchanges with Kodak’s George Fisher

(Transcript of George Fisher’s Aug. 16 Internet chat session: continued) Perry Ho: 4:41PM EDT Mr. Fisher: Please tell me what is currently in progress regarding the reorganization of Eastman Kodak. As the only dealer of Kodak electronic imaging products and ...

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Kodak CEO chats with
customers on the Internet

The following is an edited transcript of CEO George Fisher’s hour-long session at an Eastman Kodak Customer Chat Forum, which took place on the Internet’s World Wide Web. The session was held on Wednesday, Aug. 16 from 4 p.m. to ...

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A roundtable discussion on spirituality in management

Spirituality in Management was the topic of a roundtable discussion held in May at the Rochester Business Journal. Participants were: Germaine Knapp, president of Worksmart of Rochester Inc.; Mary-Frances Winters, president of the Winters Group Inc.; Edward deJong, technical specialist/project ...

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A roundtable discussion on spirituality in management

KEESAN: People are always willing to listen to someone who has been successful in the terms that everybody understands, if we’re talking about redefining success, which is very important. If you talk to a successful person who has acted according ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

Rochester’s homegrown public companies are leaders nationally and internationally. But their local contributions–to employment, the economy and the community–are what really hit home. This publication is devoted to systematically measuring and analyzing their performance. The Rochester Business Journal 25 consists ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

The complexities and drama of competition and leadership are common threads in the literature capturing the hearts and minds of today’s executives. An informal survey of the reading habits of those running the Rochester Business Journal 25 shows that workplace ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

At long, long last. “All the cutbacks and restructurings that have taken place over the last decade are now forcefully rewarding the bottom line at many firms in the Rochester metropolitan area,” says Gary Ciminero, chief economist at Fleet Financial ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

Number of firms headquartered in the Rochester area: 21 Number of firms headquartered in the Rochester area that held 1994 annual meetings in Monroe or neighboring counties: 19 Number of firms headquartered in the Rochester area that held 1994 annual ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

1. Xerox Corp.[1] $794 $6.44 $17,837 $38,585 18.23 4.5 Xerox Square Rochester, N.Y. 14644 423-5090 Designs, develops, manufactures and markets document-processing products and systems 2. Eastman Kodak Co. 554[2,3] 1.63 13,557 14,968 32.67 4.1 343 State St. Rochester, N.Y. 14650 ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

RANKED BY TOTAL % CHANGE IN NET INCOME, 1993 TO 1994 1. Genesee Corp. 1,093.0 2. Moscom Corp. 89.9 3. Seneca Foods Corp. 69.4 4. Sybron International Corp. 66.8 5. Paychex Inc. 40.7 6. Frontier Corp. 32.9 7. Home Properties ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

DEFINITIONS NA–Not available. NM–Not meaningful. NET INCOME–Income from continuing operations before extraordinary items and after preferred-stock dividends. All per-share amounts are fully diluted. P/E RATIO–Price/earnings ratio based on 1994 earnings per share and March 31, 1995, share price. RETURN ON ...

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Rochester Business Journal 25

RANKED BY TOTAL % CHANGE IN SALES, 1993 TO 1994 1. Canandaigua Wine Co. Inc. 105.5 2. Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc. 80.9 3. PSC Inc. 55.4 4. Ultralife Batteries Inc. 36.6 5. Student Loan Corp. 28.8 6. IEC Electronics Corp. ...

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