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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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RANKED BY NET CHANGE IN NUMBER OF LOCAL EMPLOYEES, 1994 TO 1995 Number of Local Full-Time Net Change % Change Employees(1) Rank Company From 1994 From 1994 1995 1994 1. Frontier Corp. 538 26.2 2,588 2,050 2. IEC Electronics Corp. ...

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The Rochester Business Journal asked a number of local investment managers to provide their thoughts on the future for Rochester’s top 25 publicly held companies. The questions asked were: 1. What is your outlook for the stock market through the ...

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RANKED BY TOTAL % RETURN TO INVESTORS IN 1994 1. PSC Inc. 116.67 2. Seneca Foods Corp. 68.75 3. CPAC Inc. 58.73 4. Ultralife Batteries Inc. 36.17 5. Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc. 35.87 6. Canandaigua Wine Co. Inc., A, B ...

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Talk about beating inflation. While much of the area’s corporate rank and file settled for wage hikes of 4 percent or less last year, nearly half of the Rochester Business Journal 25 CEOs saw their pay envelopes swell with percentage ...

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RANKED BY TOTAL COMPENSATION IN 1994 Compensation(1) % Company Executive 1994 1993 Change 1. Eastman Kodak Co. George Fisher 6,004,825 5,484,769 9.5 2. Xerox Corp. Paul Allaire 5,081,772 2,229,865 127.9 3. ACC Corp. Richard Aab 2,013,497 643,546 212.9 4. Bausch ...

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At Rochester Gas and Electric Corp.’s annual meeting in April, CEO Roger Kober told shareholders that restructuring of industry will create “great opportunities for companies whose strategies are in line with what their customers want.” But he warned: “The message ...

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