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The Internet Bankruptcy Library provides resources for professionals dealing with bankrupt companies or those with troubled finances. The site at http://bankrupt.com includes discussion groups, a worldwide directory of professionals and notices of conferences. Other sites of interest include: –Irish and ...

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The Internet Bankruptcy Library provides resources for professionals dealing with bankrupt companies or those with troubled finances. The site at http://bankrupt.com includes discussion groups, a worldwide directory of professionals and notices of conferences. Other sites of interest include: –Irish and ...

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Xerox moves into new NYC office Xerox Corp. will consolidate three of its New York City offices into one new location at 245 Park Avenue. Consolidation is expected to begin in 1998 and be completed the following year. Some 400 ...

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Monro meets revised estimates

Monro Muffler Brake Inc. today reported first-quarter sales and earnings slightly higher than last year’s numbers but lower than the company’s original estimates. President and CEO Lawrence Day said the company remains committed to its expansion and co-branding efforts, opening ...

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Frontier partners with biotech
group, police

Frontier Corp. has signed two partnerships–one to bring better police work to city streets and one to boost revenues at the company. Frontier partnered with the Biotechnology Industry Organization to form the association’s first national purchasing program for telecommunications services. ...

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Monroe Graphics names president

A turnaround consultant who has worked with Monroe Graphics Inc. since before former President Alan DeWever’s death has been named to head the firm. Monroe Graphics this week announced the appointment of Joseph Gruber as president. Prior to taking the ...

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Street takes B&L
quarter in stride

Wall Street shrugged off Bausch & Lomb Inc.’s lower second-quarter profits. The firm announced before trading began on Thursday that its revenues for the second quarter ended June 28 were $523.2 million, down $6.1 million from the $529.3 million posted ...

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Funding proposed for RIT
center

Sen. Alfonse D’Amato has proposed that the national government spend $4 million to establish a National Center for Remanufacturing at Rochester Institute of Technology. D’Amato said the proposed federal funding is included in the 1998 defense appropriations bill. The bill ...

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Tour planners visit Rochester Tour planners from throughout the United States will take a three-day tour of Greater Rochester led by the Greater Rochester Visitors Association and the Visitor Industry Council. These associations hope that sights such as the Erie ...

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Funding proposed for RIT
center

Sen. Alfonse D’Amato has proposed that the national government spend $4 million to establish a National Center for Remanufacturing at Rochester Institute of Technology. D’Amato said the proposed federal funding is included in the 1998 defense appropriations bill.

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Street takes B&L
quarter in stride

Wall Street shrugged off Bausch & Lomb Inc.’s lower second-quarter profits. The firm announced before trading began on Thursday that its revenues for the second quarter ended June 28 were $523.2 million, down $6.1 million from the $529.3 million posted ...

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Monroe Graphics names president

A turnaround consultant who has worked with Monroe Graphics Inc. since before former President Alan DeWever’s death has been named to head the firm. Monroe Graphics this week announced the appointment of Joseph Gruber as president. Prior to taking the ...

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RIT college,
Croatia

Rochester Institute of Technology is opening a branch in Croatia this fall. RIT’s American College of Management and Technology initially will offer courses in hotel and resort management to students pursuing a two-year associate’s degree in Dubrovnik. William Dempsey, RIT’s ...

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Paxon reportedly quits
GOP post

Rep. Bill Paxon, R-Amherst, resigned from the GOP leadership today in the wake of an aborted coup against Speaker Newt Gingrich, congressional sources told the Associated Press today. The GOP sources who disclosed Paxon’s resignation did not say whether Gingrich ...

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V&J Foods buys area
Pizza Huts

V&J Foods Inc. of Milwaukee has bought the 61 corporate-owned Pizza Hut restaurants in Rochester and Syracuse. The company also bought exclusive franchise rights for the Rochester-Syracuse market, V&J spokesman John Draper said. No financial details were disclosed. V&J currently ...

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