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Farrell ordered to pay
$64,000 in civil case

A federal court judge today ordered a former Gannett Co. Inc. executive to pay $64,000 in civil penalties and repayments for orchestrating a local insider-trading ring. U.S. District Court Judge Michael Telesca granted a motion for summary judgment in the ...

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Scandinavian firms reopen
claim against Goulds

Two Scandinavian firms are reopening their 1992 patent-infringement claim against Goulds Pumps Inc. A. Ahlstrom Corp. of Finland, a U.S. Ahlstrom subsidiary and Kvaerner Pulping Technologies AB of Sweden are appealing U.S. District Court Judge Michael Telesca’s decision denying the ...

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Scandinavian firms reopen
claim against Goulds

Two Scandinavian firms are reopening their 1992 patent-infringement claim against Goulds Pumps Inc. A. Ahlstrom Corp. of Finland, a U.S. Ahlstrom subsidiary and Kvaerner Pulping Technologies AB of Sweden are appealing U.S.

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Frontier, CWA union
meet, trade barbs

Negotiators from Frontier Corp. and the Communications Workers of America Monday returned to the bargaining table for a three-hour meeting. Both Frontier and CWA Local 1170 officials characterized the two sides as “still far apart.” They plan to meet again ...

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The Loop

The early returns are in … and President Bill Clinton is the winner. That is, if you believe a straw poll at one of America’s most famous overseas watering holes. Reuters reported today that Clinton beat Republican rival Bob Dole ...

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Winters elected to Chase advisory board Mary-Francis Winters has been elected to Chase Manahattan Bank’s Rochester Advisory Board. Winters, a returning Chase board member, is founder and president of the Winters Group Inc., a Rochester-based consulting firm with a national ...

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The Loop

The early returns are in … and President Bill Clinton is the winner. That is, if you believe a straw poll at one of America’s most famous overseas watering holes. Reuters reported today that Clinton beat Republican rival Bob Dole ...

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Frontier, CWA union
meet, trade barbs

Negotiators from Frontier Corp. and the Communications Workers of America Monday returned to the bargaining table for a three-hour meeting. Both Frontier and CWA Local 1170 officials characterized the two sides as “still far apart.” They plan to meet again ...

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Weiner named
Eurotronics president

Fairport-based Eurotronics Co. has promoted its vice president of research and development to president. Frank Weiner served as a vice president for three years before being named president last week. He was assigned expanded responsibilities earlier this year. The appointment ...

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Former ad-agency VP
sues over severance pay

A former Saatchi & Saatchi Business Communications Inc. vice president claims the advertising firm withheld more than $40,000 in severance pay due him when he was let go last year. Robert Davison filed his suit alleging the severance-pay shortfall in ...

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U.S. Army expands
Ultralife contract

The U.S. Army wants more locally made batteries–$1.26 million worth of them. The Army’s Communications and Electronics Command in Fort Monmouth, N.J., exercised a contract option to purchase the additional lithium batteries from Ultralife Batteries Inc., based in Newark, Wayne ...

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U.S. Army expands
Ultralife contract

The U.S. Army wants more locally made batteries–$1.26 million worth of them. The Army’s Communications and Electronics Command in Fort Monmouth, N.J., exercised a contract option to purchase the additional lithium batteries from Ultralife Batteries Inc., based in Newark, Wayne ...

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Former ad-agency VP
sues over severance pay

A former Saatchi & Saatchi Business Communications Inc. vice president claims the advertising firm withheld more than $40,000 in severance pay due him when he was let go last year. Robert Davison filed his suit alleging the severance-pay shortfall in ...

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Weiner named
Eurotronics president

Fairport-based Eurotronics Co. has promoted its vice president of research and development to president. Frank Weiner served as a vice president for three years before being named president last week. He was assigned expanded responsibilities earlier this year. The appointment ...

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Web Sights

The Greater Rochester Metro Chamber of Commerce Inc. has a new Web site. Visitors can register electronically for Rochester Corporate Training Initiative courses. In addition, links have been established to chamber partners’ Web sites that describe wide-ranging discounts available to ...

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