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Single-number phone service offered

Cellular One yesterday began offering a service in the Rochester area that allows customers to use one number for their cellular and cordless telephones. The FreedomPlus service is designed to operate on both cellular and landline networks delivering calls to ...

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New Jersey firm buys
Holiday Inn Genesee Plaza

A New Jersey hotel firm has signed a deal to buy the Holiday Inn Genesee Plaza. A final contract scheduling the deal for an early 1997 closing was signed last month, Herbert Mendelson said. Mendelson, a Manhattan attorney, is a ...

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Doyle plan keeps property taxes flat Monroe County Executive Jack Doyle today unveiled a $932.7 billion budget plan for 1997 that keeps property taxes flat and trims spending by more than $20 million from last year’s level. Doyle said the ...

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ACC stock continues nosedive

ACC Corp. stock continues to dive this week, unable to recover from a free-fall set off two weeks ago. ACC was trading midday at $42.38, down 16 percent from a Sept. 24 close of $50.50. On Sept. 25, telecom stocks ...

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People’s Pottery makes pitch

People’s Pottery Inc. officials this morning pitched to investors their efforts to become the first national mall-based retailer of handmade pottery, art glass, weaving and related crafts. James and Carla Froehler addressed the Rochester Venture Capital Group.

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The Loop

The ghost of Sayett Group continues to hover in Rochester, despite its death here and rebirth as the California firm Spatialight Inc. Today, the company announced it has recruited a 25-year Kodak veteran and former RIT professor to help find ...

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The Loop

The ghost of Sayett Group continues to hover in Rochester, despite its death here and rebirth as the California firm Spatialight Inc. Today, the company announced it has recruited a 25-year Kodak veteran and former RIT professor to help find ...

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People’s Pottery makes pitch

People’s Pottery Inc. officials this morning pitched to investors their efforts to become the first national mall-based retailer of handmade pottery, art glass, weaving and related crafts. James and Carla Froehler addressed the Rochester Venture Capital Group. People’s Pottery has ...

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ACC stock continues nosedive

ACC Corp. stock continues to dive this week, unable to recover from a free-fall set off two weeks ago. ACC was trading midday at $42.38, down 16 percent from a Sept. 24 close of $50.50. On Sept. 25, telecom stocks ...

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New Jersey firm buys
Holiday Inn Genesee Plaza

A New Jersey hotel firm has signed a deal to buy the Holiday Inn Genesee Plaza. A final contract scheduling the deal for an early 1997 closing was signed last month, Herbert Mendelson said. Mendelson, a Manhattan attorney, is a ...

Read More »

Trade rep
visits Kodak

The acting U.S. trade representative toured Eastman Kodak Co. today and vowed to open the Japanese market to the company’s products. Charlene Barshefsky viewed the production lines where Kodak produces its single-use cameras for domestic and international markets. “We have ...

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Web Sights

Finding a good job often used to be a matter of who you know. Now, it might be whether you are online. At http://www.theplazagroup.com, the Plaza Group lists employment opportunities along with tips on interviewing, commonly asked interview questions and ...

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Web Sights

Finding a good job often used to be a matter of who you know. Now, it might be whether you are online. At http://www.theplazagroup.com, the Plaza Group lists employment opportunities along with tips on interviewing, commonly asked interview questions and ...

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Citibank updates PC banking program for businesses Citibank has redesigned and updated Business Access, its proprietary PC banking program for businesses. The bank said approximately 10 percent of business customers use the program, which is available free to all small ...

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Trade rep
visits Kodak

The acting U.S. trade representative toured Eastman Kodak Co. today and vowed to open the Japanese market to the company’s products. Charlene Barshefsky viewed the production lines where Kodak produces its single-use cameras for domestic and international markets. “We have ...

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