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Riedman acquires three insurance agencies Riedman Insurance has purchased insurance agencies in Florida and Virginia. Deals to buy Merriam Insurance Agency in Panama City, Fla., and Pembroke Insurance Agency in Virginia Beach were finalized Sept. 1. Acquisition of Dahlia Insurance ...

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Magnetic Technologies lands
deal with Xerox competitor

Magnetic Technologies Corp. has clinched a deal with Xeikon N.V. of Belgium that could generate more than $1 million in revenues over the next three years, the company announced today. The deal was negotiated through its subsidiary Magnetic Technologies Europe ...

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Two insurance agents charged

Daily Edition Two Fairport insurance agents are facing charges for allegedly misappropriating tens of thousands of dollars of clients’ money. In a statement released yesterday, Edward Muhl, state superintendant of insurance, said Patricia Harris of Farmington and Sharon Chandra of ...

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The Loop

Little Frontier Corp. got barely a passing mention yesterday in the Wall Street Journal’s 26-page special section on telecommunications. The Rochester firm appeared only as an aside in an article on local phone competition, when AT&T bemoaned Frontier’s meager 5 ...

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The Loop

Little Frontier Corp. got barely a passing mention yesterday in the Wall Street Journal’s 26-page special section on telecommunications. The Rochester firm appeared only as an aside in an article on local phone competition, when AT&T bemoaned Frontier’s meager 5 ...

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Two insurance agents charged

Daily Edition Two Fairport insurance agents are facing charges for allegedly misappropriating tens of thousands of dollars of clients’ money. In a statement released yesterday, Edward Muhl, state superintendant of insurance, said Patricia Harris of Farmington and Sharon Chandra of ...

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Manning venture in spotlight

A software venture of Manning & Napier Advisors Inc. is showcasing its wares at a trade show for intelligence experts this week. Manning & Napier Information Services is demonstrating its DR-LINK text-retrieval program at the Open Source Symposium, a conference ...

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Market reaction muted
on Aab departure

ACC Corp. stock saw a slight uptick this morning following news of the firm’s top management change. Shortly after yesterday’s market close, ACC announced the resignation of Chairman Richard Aab, who co-founded the telecommunications firm in 1982. ACC CEO David ...

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Xerox makes Working Mother list Xerox Corp. ranks among the top 10 companies on Working Mother magazine’s 11th annual list of the 100 best companies. The companies were selected based on pay, advancement opportunities for women, child care, flexible hours ...

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Market reaction muted
on Aab departure

ACC Corp. stock saw a slight uptick this morning following news of the firm’s top management change. Shortly after yesterday’s market close, ACC announced the resignation of Chairman Richard Aab, who co-founded the telecommunications firm in 1982.

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Manning venture in spotlight

A software venture of Manning & Napier Advisors Inc. is showcasing its wares at a trade show for intelligence experts this week. Manning & Napier Information Services is demonstrating its DR-LINK text-retrieval program at the Open Source Symposium, a conference ...

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Genesee Hospital partners
with Mid-Town Tennis

The Genesee Hospital and Mid-Town Tennis and Athletic Club have formed a partnership that will expand the tennis center’s physical-therapy services. “This partnership is a tremendous opportunity for both organizations to combine their resources, expertise and services to provide our ...

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Aab resigns from ACC;
Laniak to be chairman

ACC Corp.’s founder and chairman has resigned “to pursue other entrepreneurial interests,” the telecommunications company announced today. Richard Aab will be replaced by CEO David Laniak, a former Rochester Gas & Electric Corp.

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CAI hastens wireless Internet
market trial in Rochester

CAI Wireless Systems Inc. has bumped up the start date of its Rochester market trial of a high-speed wireless Internet access service, the company said today. The firm plans to begin its market trial later this month. In June, Albany-based ...

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Exhaust issue still dogs
Highland Park Diner

The fat lady has yet to warble her coda in the Highland Park Diner’s year-plus battle with the owner of a neighboring building over the restaurant’s kitchen exhaust. The diner faces a hearing Thursday at which state officials will rule ...

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