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Supplier sues Hahn Automotive

A Bridgewater, Mass.-based parts seller is suing Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc., claiming $405,000 in unpaid bills by Hahn’s Midwestern retail auto parts chain. The action, filed in federal court here, alleges that OE Plus Ltd.

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Supplier sues Hahn Automotive

A Bridgewater, Mass.-based parts seller is suing Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc., claiming $405,000 in unpaid bills by Hahn’s Midwestern retail auto parts chain. The action, filed in federal court here, alleges that OE Plus Ltd. of Bridgewater supplied $405,823 worth ...

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Kodak entertainment unit
makes second acquisition

Eastman Kodak Co.’s newest business division–Entertainment Imaging–has acquired its second business within a week. Kodak today said it is buying Applied Network Solutions Inc., a provider of digital-based photographic services. ANSI, started in 1988, has earned a worldwide reputation in ...

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Frontier selects outsider
as new president, COO

A two-month search for a new president and chief operating officer at Frontier Corp. bore fruit today. Frontier selected a new day-to-day leader–one with no experience in the telecommunications industry. Joseph Clayton, 47, officially assumes his new post June 16, ...

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Logical Operations adopts
Ziff name

Logical Operations Inc. has changed its name to Ziff-Davis Education Inc. “We’re trying to reinforce our position in the industry,” President William Rosenthal said. Logical Operations has been owned by Ziff-Davis Publishing Co.

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Chase bankers pound
the pavement

Some 40 local bankers–pumped up by an 8 a.m. pep rally–hit the pavement this morning knocking on doors at local small and midsize businesses. The salesman were part of 800 Chase Manhattan Corp. bankers conducting what the bank called the ...

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Chase bankers pound
the pavement

Some 40 local bankers–pumped up by an 8 a.m. pep rally–hit the pavement this morning knocking on doors at local small and midsize businesses. The salesman were part of 800 Chase Manhattan Corp. bankers conducting what the bank called the ...

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Logical Operations adopts
Ziff name

Logical Operations Inc. has changed its name to Ziff-Davis Education Inc. “We’re trying to reinforce our position in the industry,” President William Rosenthal said. Logical Operations has been owned by Ziff-Davis Publishing Co. for almost six years, but many large ...

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Frontier selects outsider
as new president, COO

A two-month search for a new president and chief operating officer at Frontier Corp. bore fruit today. Frontier selected a new day-to-day leader–one with no experience in the telecommunications industry. Joseph Clayton, 47, officially assumes his new post June 16, ...

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Web Sights

Rochester City School District School No. 43’s Web site will be honored tomorrow at a ceremony in Washington, D.C., to mark its inclusion in the Smithsonian Institution’s Permanent Research Collection of Information Technology Innovation. The site, at http://home.eznet.net/~bcampo, also is ...

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Harris EDA adopts new name

Two months after getting a $3.4 million infusion of cash from investors, Harris Electronic Design Automation Inc. has changed its name. The Fishers-based company is now Xynetix Design Systems Inc. Company officials said the move reflects the firm’s independence from ...

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County legislator proposes
Bills stadium in Batavia

Monroe County lawmaker Christopher Wilmot has submitted legislation to create a commission that would push for a new Buffalo Bills stadium in Batavia. The Commission on Western New York Sports Facilities would include the county executives of Monroe and Erie ...

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County legislator proposes
Bills stadium in Batavia

Monroe County lawmaker Christopher Wilmot has submitted legislation to create a commission that would push for a new Buffalo Bills stadium in Batavia. The Commission on Western New York Sports Facilities would include the county executives of Monroe and Erie ...

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Harris EDA adopts new name

Two months after getting a $3.4 million infusion of cash from investors, Harris Electronic Design Automation Inc. has changed its name. The Fishers-based company is now Xynetix Design Systems Inc. Company officials said the move reflects the firm’s independence from ...

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Web Sights

Rochester City School District School No. 43’s Web site will be honored tomorrow at a ceremony in Washington, D.C., to mark its inclusion in the Smithsonian Institution’s Permanent Research Collection of Information Technology Innovation. The site, at http://home.eznet.net/~bcampo, also is ...

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