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Kodak gets poor marks
from Business Week

Business Week flunks Eastman Kodak Co. in its annual ranking of companies on Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index. Other homegrown Rochester companies ranked are Bausch & Lomb Inc., Frontier Corp., Gannett Co. Inc., Eastman Chemical Co.

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Whitmore talks on
life after Kodak

Former Eastman Kodak Co. chairman and CEO Kay Whitmore today gave some 200 members of the Rochester Rotary Club his advice on how to have a meaningful life after retirement. Whitmore spent from July 1994 to July 1997 volunteering with ...

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Frontier inks
network lease deal

Level 3 Communications Inc. has signed an agreement worth roughly $165 million to lease capacity on Frontier Corp.’s 13,000-mile SONET fiber-optic network for up to five years. The leased network initially will consist of 8,300 route miles of network capacity, ...

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Frontier inks
network lease deal

Level 3 Communications Inc. has signed an agreement worth roughly $165 million to lease capacity on Frontier Corp.’s 13,000-mile SONET fiber-optic network for up to five years. The leased network initially will consist of 8,300 route miles of network capacity, ...

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Whitmore talks on
life after Kodak

Former Eastman Kodak Co. chairman and CEO Kay Whitmore today gave some 200 members of the Rochester Rotary Club his advice on how to have a meaningful life after retirement. Whitmore spent from July 1994 to July 1997 volunteering with ...

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Kodak gets poor marks
from Business Week

Business Week flunks Eastman Kodak Co. in its annual ranking of companies on Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index. Other homegrown Rochester companies ranked are Bausch & Lomb Inc., Frontier Corp., Gannett Co. Inc., Eastman Chemical Co. and Xerox Corp. Business ...

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Cadena elected Graham CEO Alvaro Cadena has been elected CEO of Graham Corp., effective April 1. A 29-year veteran of the Batavia company, he has served as president and chief operating officer. Cadena will succeed Frederick Berkeley, who continues as ...

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Kodak plans to invest
$1 billion in China

Eastman Kodak Co. today announced agreements to undertake a $1 billion expansion in China. Under the agreement, Kodak will invest more than $1 billion in China over the next several years. The investment will upgrade technology, improve manufacturing capacity, and ...

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Kodak plans to invest
$1 billion in China

Eastman Kodak Co. today announced agreements to undertake a $1 billion expansion in China. Under the agreement, Kodak will invest more than $1 billion in China over the next several years. The investment will upgrade technology, improve manufacturing capacity, and ...

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Black to speak at conference The Western New York Chapter of the Product Development and Management Association is hosting a conference on “Growth Through Innovation” on May 6. Gordon Black, CEO of Harris Black International, is the keynote speaker. For ...

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Bausch & Lomb CEO earned
$1.2 million in 1997

Bausch & Lomb Inc. president and CEO William Carpenter received $1.22 million in salary, bonus and other compensation in 1997, his first year running the global eye-care company. Carpenter got a $551,834 bonus last year, and $641,667 in salary, according ...

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Home Properties
continues to grow

Home Properties of New York Inc. has $174 million worth of apartment properties in four states in its acquisition pipeline, officials said today. Properties under contract to the Rochester-based real estate investment trust are in Maryland, Connecticut, Illinois and Pennsylvania, ...

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NPR chief nominated
to Kodak board

Eastman Kodak Co. has nominated the top executive of National Public Radio Corp. to join its board of directors. Shareholders will vote May 13 on the nomination of Delano Lewis, 59, president and CEO of NPR. Lewis would keep the ...

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NPR chief nominated
to Kodak board

Eastman Kodak Co. has nominated the top executive of National Public Radio Corp. to join its board of directors. Shareholders will vote May 13 on the nomination of Delano Lewis, 59, president and CEO of NPR. Lewis would keep the ...

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Home Properties
continues to grow

Home Properties of New York Inc. has $174 million worth of apartment properties in four states in its acquisition pipeline, officials said today. Properties under contract to the Rochester-based real estate investment trust are in Maryland, Connecticut, Illinois and Pennsylvania, ...

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