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E-Znet seeks funds for expansion

On the heels of its deal with ICS/Executone Telecom Inc., E-Znet Inc. made a pitch to potential investors at a meeting of the Rochester Venture Capital Group this morning. E-Znet, a local Internet access provider, is looking for $200,000 to ...

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E-Znet seeks funds for expansion

On the heels of its deal with ICS/Executone Telecom Inc., E-Znet Inc. made a pitch to potential investors at a meeting of the Rochester Venture Capital Group this morning. E-Znet, a local Internet access provider, is looking for $200,000 to ...

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Xerox XSoft to sell Tab Works

Citadel Computer Systems Inc. has struck a deal to buy one of XSoft’s most popular utilities. Based in California, XSoft is a Xerox Corp. company that develops and markets software. Dallas-based Citadel plans to acquire TabWorks, an XSoft desktop utility ...

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Workers’ comp reforms
signed by Pataki

Gov. George Pataki today signed into law the workers’ compensation reform legislation passed in July. “These historic reforms will free employers to invest in their employees and their businesses by reducing workers’ compensation costs, and will help injured workers by ...

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Key, Fleet join online service KeyCorp and Fleet Financial Group are among 15 banks linking up with IBM Corp. to form a consortium to develop a secure home-banking network. The network will be owned and operated by the member banks. ...

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Sale of Wolfe papers finalized The Canandaigua Messenger Inc. has finalized its purchase of Wolfe Community Newspapers. Andrew Wolfe, who owned Wolfe Publications Inc. for 40 years, in June agree in principle to sell the papers. Few changes are planned ...

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CPAC’s Fuller Brush signs deal with Publishers Clearing House

The Fuller Brush Co., a CPAC Inc. subsidiary, has inked a multiyear deal with Publishers Clearing House, the company announced today. Under terms of the agreement, Publishers Clearing House will market Fuller Brush products through its direct catalog and other ...

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Kodak selling copier sales, service units to Danka

Eastman Kodak Co. today announced a $684 million deal to sell part of its office imaging business to Danka Business Systems PLC. At the same time the company said it will retain copier manufacturing and research. Danka is a British-based ...

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Kodak selling copier sales, service units to Danka

Eastman Kodak Co. today announced a $684 million deal to sell part of its office imaging business to Danka Business Systems PLC. At the same time the company said it will retain copier manufacturing and research. Danka is a British-based ...

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CPAC’s Fuller Brush signs deal with Publishers Clearing House

The Fuller Brush Co., a CPAC Inc. subsidiary, has inked a multiyear deal with Publishers Clearing House, the company announced today. Under terms of the agreement, Publishers Clearing House will market Fuller Brush products through its direct catalog and other ...

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The Loop

So much for being the last word A recent New York Times article took a hard look at the doings of Gary Lynch, the man Bausch & Lomb Inc. called in last year to investigate charges of financial shenanigans. “As ...

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The Loop

So much for being the last word A recent New York Times article took a hard look at the doings of Gary Lynch, the man Bausch & Lomb Inc. called in last year to investigate charges of financial shenanigans. “As ...

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U.S. News names local schools in annual ranking The University of Rochester ranked 30th overall in the new U.S. News and World Report listing of the nation’s top universities. Rochester Institute of Technology placed sixth among universities and colleges in ...

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Canandaigua Wine lowers estimates, takes market hit

Canandaigua Wine Co. Inc. stock tumbled this morning following news that the vintner’s profits this year will take an even bigger hit than previously expected. Company officials have revised the firm’s estimated net income to the $1.10 to $1.40 range, ...

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Kessler launches Del Taco here

With the opening of a Henrietta restaurant, a local company will spearhead the introduction to the Northeast of a California-based Mexican fast-food chain that hopes to rival Taco Bell. The Kessler Group Inc.–operator of 22 franchised Burger King restaurants in ...

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