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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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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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Personal bankruptcies
increase dramatically

Personal bankruptcy filings in Western New York shot up dramatically over the past 12 months, says Judge Michael Kaplan, chief bankruptcy judge for the Western District. The Western District encompasses the Buffalo and Greater Rochester areas as well as parts ...

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Kodak promotes McLaughlin

Eastman Kodak Co. has named Susan McLaughlin vice president and chief operating officer of Kodak Professional. Kodak Professional is the company’s second-largest business, serving professional photography, graphic arts and printing customers. McLaughlin previously worked as vice president, and president and ...

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Lending initiatives for small firms set

The New York Business Development Corp.–Business New York has introduced two pilot loan initiatives to stimulate small-business lending across the state. The first program makes a total of $2.5 million available to companies located in economic-development zones.

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Lending initiatives for small firms set

The New York Business Development Corp.–Business New York has introduced two pilot loan initiatives to stimulate small-business lending across the state. The first program makes a total of $2.5 million available to companies located in economic-development zones. The NYBDC/Bank Partnership ...

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Kodak promotes McLaughlin

Eastman Kodak Co. has named Susan McLaughlin vice president and chief operating officer of Kodak Professional. Kodak Professional is the company’s second-largest business, serving professional photography, graphic arts and printing customers. McLaughlin previously worked as vice president, and president and ...

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Boillat named to Upstate Cellular post Ronald Boillat has been named president and chief operating officer of Frontier Cellular. He was selected by the board of Upstate Cellular Network, a joint venture of Frontier Corp. and Bell Atlantic Nynex Mobile ...

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Personal bankruptcies
increase dramatically

Personal bankruptcy filings in Western New York shot up dramatically over the past 12 months, says Judge Michael Kaplan, chief bankruptcy judge for the Western District. The Western District encompasses the Buffalo and Greater Rochester areas as well as parts ...

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Moscom pulls plug
on Votan IPO

Moscom Corp. has called off the initial public offering of its California subsidiary, the company announced this afternoon. After the news, Moscom’s stock tumbled more than 16 percent to the $9.50 range, down from yesterday’s close of $11.38. Moscom first ...

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Kodak, Wang discuss
deal on software

By MIKE DICKINSON Rochester Business Journal Eastman Kodak Co. and Wang Laboratories Inc. are investigating a possible purchase of Wang software, an industry analyst says. Alex Henderson, a Kodak analyst for Prudential Securities, said Kodak is looking at buying Wang’s ...

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Kodak, Wang discuss
deal on software

By MIKE DICKINSON Rochester Business Journal Eastman Kodak Co. and Wang Laboratories Inc. are investigating a possible purchase of Wang software, an industry analyst says. Alex Henderson, a Kodak analyst for Prudential Securities, said Kodak is looking at buying Wang’s ...

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Moscom pulls plug
on Votan IPO

Moscom Corp. has called off the initial public offering of its California subsidiary, the company announced this afternoon. After the news, Moscom’s stock tumbled more than 16 percent to the $9.50 range, down from yesterday’s close of $11.38.

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Ontario County hospitals
plan to merge

Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic and F.F. Thompson Health System Inc. have taken the first step toward merging their operations. The hospital boards voted earlier this week to pursue development of a common parent company for both systems, the hospitals ...

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