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Xerox unveils
new digital line

In a product announcement it is billing as a crossing of the digital Rubicon, Xerox Corp. today unveiled four new digital copiers. “We have embraced a digital future, and there is no looking back,” said Paul Allaire, Xerox chairman and ...

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CPAC introduces new product, expands offices CPAC Inc.’s graphic arts subsidiary has introduced new prepress chemistry packaged in an environmentally sound pouch for imaging manufacturers. The product was developed in partnership with #1 Network, one of the nation’s largest graphic ...

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Genesee-Volkhov
in Russia

The Genesee-Volkhov Connection Inc. plans to add eight photo-processing labs in Russia. The expansion comes with the help of a $350,000 infusion of capital from the U.S.-Russian Investment Fund, GVCO chairman and CEO Richard Fitts said. The fund is a ...

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Imaging is key
Fisher says

George Fisher’s fourth address to Eastman Kodak Co. shareholders today centered on the company’s need to focus on its historic business. “Our business is pictures,” said Fisher, Kodak’s chairman and CEO. “We have the historic and powerful emotional link to ...

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Xerox to roll out
low-cost digital copiers

Xerox Corp. is expected tomorrow to announce a new line of low-cost digital copiers. The new digital line–consisting of some five models–will sell for approximately 10 percent more than comparable analog models, a source familiar with the company said.

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Burleigh sells
U.K. subsidiary

Burleigh Instruments Inc., a top local exporter, has sold its subsidiary in the United Kingdom. Mark Johnson, a former U.K. sales manager at Spindler and Hoyer Inc., and David Rogerson, a director at NanoVision Corp., have teamed to purchase the ...

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Imaging is key
Fisher says

George Fisher’s fourth address to Eastman Kodak Co. shareholders today centered on the company’s need to focus on its historic business. “Our business is pictures,” said Fisher, Kodak’s chairman and CEO. “We have the historic and powerful emotional link to ...

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Burleigh sells
U.K. subsidiary

Burleigh Instruments Inc., a top local exporter, has sold its subsidiary in the United Kingdom. Mark Johnson, a former U.K. sales manager at Spindler and Hoyer Inc., and David Rogerson, a director at NanoVision Corp., have teamed to purchase the ...

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Web Sights

Cornell University’s School of Industrial Labor Relations and Human Resource Executive magazine have launched a new Web index designed to help human-resources executives find pertinent sites. Located at http://www.workindex.com, the site has several subject-specific indexes–such as benefits, training and legal ...

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Genesee-Volkhov
in Russia

The Genesee-Volkhov Connection Inc. plans to add eight photo-processing labs in Russia. The expansion comes with the help of a $350,000 infusion of capital from the U.S.-Russian Investment Fund, GVCO chairman and CEO Richard Fitts said. The fund is a ...

Read More »

Xerox to roll out
low-cost digital copiers

Xerox Corp. is expected tomorrow to announce a new line of low-cost digital copiers. The new digital line–consisting of some five models–will sell for approximately 10 percent more than comparable analog models, a source familiar with the company said. Xerox’s ...

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Web Sights

Cornell University’s School of Industrial Labor Relations and Human Resource Executive magazine have launched a new Web index designed to help human-resources executives find pertinent sites. Located at http://www.workindex.com, the site has several subject-specific indexes–such as benefits, training and legal ...

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Frontier, Rochester Tel get
mixed S&P review

Standard & Poor’s Rating Group has issued a mixed report for Frontier Corp. and Rochester Telephone Corp. The company downgraded the long-term debt outlook for Frontier and Rochester Tel from stable to negative, but reaffirmed the companies’ overall A ratings. ...

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Ciba agrees to antitrust
settlement

Ciba Vision Corp. has agreed to a $5 million settlement covering antitrust lawsuits filed by private plaintiffs and 26 states, including New York, in federal court at Jacksonville, Fla. The pact does not affect complaints filed against Bausch & Lomb ...

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Ciba agrees to antitrust
settlement

Ciba Vision Corp. has agreed to a $5 million settlement covering antitrust lawsuits filed by private plaintiffs and 26 states, including New York, in federal court at Jacksonville, Fla. The pact does not affect complaints filed against Bausch & Lomb ...

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