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Cox named No.2
at Monro Muffler

Monro Muffler Brake Inc. has promoted Michael Cox from senior vice president to executive vice president. The move puts Cox, who came to Monro Muffler from Bridgestone/Firestone Inc. in 1995, second in command to Larry Day, Monro Muffler president and ...

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Agreement boosts
Frontier sales effort

Frontier Corp. has signed an agreement with a national telecommunications sales company to sell its services to small businesses nationwide. The move will give Frontier 360 additional sales representatives in 70 offices across the country by year’s end. Frontier signed ...

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Web sights

The U.S. Census Bureau has compiled on its Web site results of its 1995 motor-freight transportation and warehousing survey, service-industries survey and state-government financial information. The freight information is at http://www.census.gov/ftp/pub/svsd/www/tas.html. The service-industries survey is at http://www.census.gov/ftp/pub/svsd/www/sas.html. The information on ...

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UR Simon School starts
MBA heatlh concentration

The University of Rochester’s William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration has launched a new MBA concentration in health care management. The Simon School’s degree program is among the first of its kind to focus primarily on management issues, ...

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Small-biz owners
head to D.C.

Some 15 small-business owners from Rochester will head to Albany today to join more than 400 colleagues from across the state in a mass lobbying effort. The event–sponsored by the Business Council of New York State Inc. and the National ...

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CooperVision pumps
sales, expands

The Cooper Cos. Inc., parent company of CooperVision Inc., reported net income in the first quarter of fiscal 1997 that was five times more than the same period a year ago. For the quarter ended Jan. 31, the company reported ...

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CooperVision pumps
sales, expands

The Cooper Cos. Inc., parent company of CooperVision Inc., reported net income in the first quarter of fiscal 1997 that was five times more than the same period a year ago. For the quarter ended Jan. 31, the company reported ...

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Small-biz owners
head to D.C.

Some 15 small-business owners from Rochester will head to Albany today to join more than 400 colleagues from across the state in a mass lobbying effort. The event–sponsored by the Business Council of New York State Inc.

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UR Simon School starts
MBA heatlh concentration

The University of Rochester’s William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration has launched a new MBA concentration in health care management. The Simon School’s degree program is among the first of its kind to focus primarily on management issues, ...

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Web sights

The U.S. Census Bureau has compiled on its Web site results of its 1995 motor-freight transportation and warehousing survey, service-industries survey and state-government financial information. The freight information is at http://www.census.gov/ftp/pub/svsd/www/tas.html.

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PTI exceeds
analysts’ estimates

Performance Technologies Inc.’s first year as a public company brought record-breaking results with profits jumping 56 percent. The company exceeded analysts’ earnings expectations. Net income from continuing operations for 1996 rose to $3.73 million from $2.39 million in 1995. Earnings ...

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Rochester Tel offers
reward to nab vandals

Rochester Telephone Corp. today offered a $5,000 reward to find and convict vandals who cut telephone service to hundreds of residents this week. Rochester Area CrimeStoppers is supporting the effort with its additional $1,000 reward fund and telephone tip service, ...

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Sprint PCS appoints Rochester manager Sprint PCS has named Dana Bell district manager of the Rochester metro area. Sprint PCS, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., is building one of the country’s first 100 percent PCS nationwide digital wireless networks. Kodak ...

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Rochester Tel offers
reward to nab vandals

Rochester Telephone Corp. today offered a $5,000 reward to find and convict vandals who cut telephone service to hundreds of residents this week. Rochester Area CrimeStoppers is supporting the effort with its additional $1,000 reward fund and telephone tip service, ...

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PTI exceeds
analysts’ estimates

Performance Technologies Inc.’s first year as a public company brought record-breaking results with profits jumping 56 percent. The company exceeded analysts’ earnings expectations. Net income from continuing operations for 1996 rose to $3.73 million from $2.39 million in 1995.

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