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Web sights

Quikpage is a service that creates a cursory home page–basically an advertisement–for any company. It also includes a search area where users can punch in any topic and receive a list of Quikpage members that provide the good or service. ...

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Danka era starts
for Kodak workers

A new era starts Friday for some 900 workers as Danka Office Imaging begins operation following the purchase of Eastman Kodak Co.’s office imaging division. Danka Office Imaging president Peter Meier will dedicate the operation’s worldwide headquarters at Kodak’s Elmgrove ...

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Bittner hospitalized
after brain surgery

Frontier Corp. chairman and CEO Ronald Bittner remained in guarded condition today following emergency brain tumor surgery on New Year’s Eve. Bittner came through the surgery well, company spokesman Randal Simonetti said, and was alert and resting comfortably at the ...

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Bittner hospitalized
after brain surgery

Frontier Corp. chairman and CEO Ronald Bittner remained in guarded condition today following emergency brain tumor surgery on New Year’s Eve. Bittner came through the surgery well, company spokesman Randal Simonetti said, and was alert and resting comfortably at the ...

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Danka era starts
for Kodak workers

A new era starts Friday for some 900 workers as Danka Office Imaging begins operation following the purchase of Eastman Kodak Co.’s office imaging division. Danka Office Imaging president Peter Meier will dedicate the operation’s worldwide headquarters at Kodak’s Elmgrove ...

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Kodak ships
mirror for satellite

A piece of Rochester moved closer to space this weekend. On Saturday, Eastman Kodak Co. shipped its completed high-resolution mirror assembly that will form the heart of a satellite expected to be deployed by the space shuttle in August 1998. ...

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Microlytics enters
Chapter 11

Troubled software developer Microlytics Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 reorganization in federal bankruptcy court. The Pittsford-based firm and its subsidiary, Microlytics Technology Co. Inc., filed voluntary petitions. Company officials said the filings were in response to the start of ...

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HMO premium increases
for ’97 lowest in decade

Blue Choice and Preferred Care, the two most popular health-maintenance organizations in the Rochester area, announced premium rates for 1997 that reflect the lowest overall increases in 10 years. Members of Blue Choice, a product of Finger Lakes Blue Cross ...

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Brault named UR human resource director The University of Rochester has appointed Albert Brault director of human resources. He was formerly an executive director at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Canandaigua Wine import agreement renewed Barton Beers ...

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HMO premium increases
for ’97 lowest in decade

Blue Choice and Preferred Care, the two most popular health-maintenance organizations in the Rochester area, announced premium rates for 1997 that reflect the lowest overall increases in 10 years. Members of Blue Choice, a product of Finger Lakes Blue Cross ...

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Microlytics enters
Chapter 11

Troubled software developer Microlytics Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 reorganization in federal bankruptcy court. The Pittsford-based firm and its subsidiary, Microlytics Technology Co. Inc., filed voluntary petitions.

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Kodak ships
mirror for satellite

A piece of Rochester moved closer to space this weekend. On Saturday, Eastman Kodak Co. shipped its completed high-resolution mirror assembly that will form the heart of a satellite expected to be deployed by the space shuttle in August 1998. ...

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Holiday retail
trend unclear

No clear trend emerges in Retail Rochester’s first holiday retail survey this year. “It’s going to be a really unusual Christmas season this year,” one retailer said on the survey. “The season is so short with Thanksgiving being so late ...

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Frontier enters
NYC market

Frontier Corp. now is offering local telephone service in New York City as an alternative local exchange company. The firm is providing local service in Manhattan through its own switch and is combining these capabilities with NYNEX under terms of ...

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UR boosting efforts
in international relations

The University of Rochester is expanding its international-relations program to increase recruitment of overseas students and business relationships with alumni and companies. UR began the international-relations program in 1992, but an official trip to the Pacific Rim countries last spring ...

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