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Catholic Diocese
back in black

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester school system is in the black for the first year in more than a decade, and looking to build its enrollment and reputation. In the last five years, the system has gone from a ...

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Tucker Printers
to be sold

Consolidated Graphics Inc. of Houston has signed a letter of intent to acquire Tucker Printers. The intended acquisition is the second of a Rochester printing concern by a national printing group announced in a little more than a month. Local ...

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Dow closing tops closing
for first time

On the heels of a record close of 6,961.63, the Dow Jones Industrial Average today topped the 7,000 mark for the first time ever today before slipping on profit-taking. At 2:30 p.m., the Dow was up 28.48 points at 6,990.11, ...

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Dow closing tops closing
for first time

On the heels of a record close of 6,961.63, the Dow Jones Industrial Average today topped the 7,000 mark for the first time ever today before slipping on profit-taking. At 2:30 p.m., the Dow was up 28.48 points at 6,990.11, ...

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Tucker Printers
to be sold

Consolidated Graphics Inc. of Houston has signed a letter of intent to acquire Tucker Printers. The intended acquisition is the second of a Rochester printing concern by a national printing group announced in a little more than a month. Local ...

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Kodak reaches recycling
milestone

By MIKE DICKINSON Eastman Kodak Co. today reached a milestone in its recycling efforts. The company reported it recycled its 100 millionth single-use camera. The recycled cameras, laid end-to-end, would stretch from New York City to Tokyo, more than 6,600 ...

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Blue Lobster makes pitch

Start-up company, Blue Lobster Software Inc., today asked a venture capital group to help provide $600,000 needed to launch its product. Officials expect next month to start selling the software that puts a graphical interface on the text-based mainframe terminals ...

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Blue Lobster makes pitch

Start-up company, Blue Lobster Software Inc., today asked a venture capital group to help provide $600,000 needed to launch its product. Officials expect next month to start selling the software that puts a graphical interface on the text-based mainframe terminals ...

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Kodak reaches recycling
milestone

By MIKE DICKINSON Eastman Kodak Co. today reached a milestone in its recycling efforts. The company reported it recycled its 100 millionth single-use camera. The recycled cameras, laid end-to-end, would stretch from New York City to Tokyo, more than 6,600 ...

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FLCC expands

Finger Lakes Community College’s Institute for Workforce Development has greatly expanded programs available for area businesses. The college is one of six in the nation recently certified to conduct an expanded range of supplier-training courses for the Consortium of Supplier ...

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RES to honor Walter Cooper

The Rochester Engineering Society plans to honor Walter Cooper as its Engineer of the Year. Cooper is slated to receive the Leo East Award, the 34th recipient, and be elected as a fellow of the Rochester Engineering Society. The award ...

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Bristol Harbour deal
gets nod from CNB

With the grudging assent of Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Co., U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge John Ninfo II today approved developer David Flaum’s takeover of Bristol Harbour Village. CNB last week said it wanted to pull out of a deal ...

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Bristol Harbour deal
gets nod from CNB

With the grudging assent of Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Co., U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge John Ninfo II today approved developer David Flaum’s takeover of Bristol Harbour Village. CNB last week said it wanted to pull out of a deal ...

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RES to honor Walter Cooper

The Rochester Engineering Society plans to honor Walter Cooper as its Engineer of the Year. Cooper is slated to receive the Leo East Award, the 34th recipient, and be elected as a fellow of the Rochester Engineering Society. The award ...

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FLCC expands

Finger Lakes Community College’s Institute for Workforce Development has greatly expanded programs available for area businesses. The college is one of six in the nation recently certified to conduct an expanded range of supplier-training courses for the Consortium of Supplier ...

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