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Kodak earnings
exceed estimates

Net earnings at Eastman Kodak Co. rose 21 percent in the third quarter. The company today reported net earnings of $410 million, compared with $338 million a year ago. Earnings per share were $1.22, up from 99 cents a share ...

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Canandaigua Wine
revamps management

Canandaigua Wine Co. Inc. president Richard Sands today announced a management overhaul in the company’s wine division. During his quarterly conference call with investors, Sands said the company’s efficiency problems at Mission Bell–its main processing facility in California–were caused by ...

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Canandaigua Wine
revamps management

Canandaigua Wine Co. Inc. president Richard Sands today announced a management overhaul in the company’s wine division. During his quarterly conference call with investors, Sands said the company’s efficiency problems at Mission Bell–its main processing facility in California–were caused by ...

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Pharmacists blast
state program

The new state Medicaid managed-care program is drawing fire from community pharmacists. On Thursday, Gov. George Pataki vetoed a pharmacy-benefits carve-out bill related to the Medicaid program he signed into law last week.

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Kodak creates
entertainment unit

Eastman Kodak Co. today launched a new division aimed at expanding the company’s role in the entertainment industry. The Entertainment Imaging Division will consist of four major elements: Kodak’s Professional Motion Imaging division; the Kodak Imagination Works; a newly established ...

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Web Sights

Even if you think you are not a computer nerd, Nerd World: New York (http://www.nerdworld.com) be worth a bookmark on your browser. It strives to provide links to sites of interest to New York residents and information about Internet resources.

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Web Sights

Even if you think you are not a computer nerd, Nerd World: New York (http://www.nerdworld.com) be worth a bookmark on your browser. It strives to provide links to sites of interest to New York residents and information about Internet resources. ...

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Simon School makes Business Week list The University of Rochester’s William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration earned the 21st spot on the new Business Week ranking of the top 25 U.S. business schools. It was not ranked in ...

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Kodak creates
entertainment unit

Eastman Kodak Co. today launched a new division aimed at expanding the company’s role in the entertainment industry. The Entertainment Imaging Division will consist of four major elements: Kodak’s Professional Motion Imaging division; the Kodak Imagination Works; a newly established ...

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Pharmacists blast
state program

The new state Medicaid managed-care program is drawing fire from community pharmacists. On Thursday, Gov. George Pataki vetoed a pharmacy-benefits carve-out bill related to the Medicaid program he signed into law last week. The carve-out bill would have required that ...

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Canandaigua Wine profit
falls in second quarter

Second-quarter earnings for Canandaigua Wine Co. fell, as the company forecast last month. Net income for the quarter ended Aug. 31 was $4.9 million, or 25 cents a share of common stock, compared with $10.1 million, or 50 cents a ...

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Kodak elects three vice presidents Eastman Kodak Co.’s board of directors has elected Richard Aschman and Alan O’Neill corporate vice presidents, and Joerg Agin a senior vice president. Agin is president of Kodak’s Professional Motion Imaging business and vice president ...

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Fisher pulls name
from AT&T list

Eastman Kodak Co. CEO George Fisher has told AT&T Corp. he does not want to be considered a candidate to succeed AT&T chairman Robert Allen, a story in today’s Wall Street Journal reports. A Kodak spokesman told the Journal that ...

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Fuji nabs deal
from Rit cameras

Fuji Photo Film Ltd. Co. has won another round in its head-to-head competition with Eastman Kodak Co. Fuji landed a deal to supply photographic paper to Ritz Camera Centers Inc., a long-time Kodak client. According to Fuji, the deal calls ...

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Businesses rush
to Web sites

More than 400,000 U.S. businesses now own sites on the World Wide Web, a 37 percent increase in the past three months. New York ranks second in commercial sites nationwide, with 33,249 registered commercial domains. California leads with 98,648. According ...

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