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Bausch & Lomb sells
division to local firm

Bausch & Lomb Inc. shed a peripheral business today with the sale of its Thin Film Technology Division to a local imaging and optical company. The buyer–Applied Image Inc., headquartered at 1653 East Main St.–has manufacturing operations in Rochester and ...

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RIT professor
offers predictions

One local marketing expert predicts a conservative year for area retailers as major corporations downsize their operations. Eugene Fram, Rochester Institute of Technology’s J. Warren McClure Research Professor of Marketing, said he anticipates the apparel segment will be the hardest ...

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Cooper Cos.
announces earnings

The Cooper Cos., led by its CooperVision Inc. subsidiary, posted revenues for the fiscal year 30 percent higher than last year. Revenues for the year ended Oct. 31 were $141.5 million compared to $109.1 million last year. Excluding one-time tax ...

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Internet marketing
group meets

E-commerce is changing the way marketers and advertisers do their jobs, Eastman Kodak Co.’s Suzanne Welch told leaders of the local Internet community. Welch, general manager of Kodak’s Internet marketing, served as keynote speaker Wednesday at the Internet Marketing & ...

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Frontier sells answering-
service business

Frontier Corp. continued to whittle away at non-core businesses with the sale of its answering-service business. Secrephone–with offices in the Rochester, Buffalo, Syracuse and Albany areas–reached an agreement with Frontier Telephone of Rochester Inc. to acquire Frontier’s AnswerPro answering service ...

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Frontier sells answering-
service business

Frontier Corp. continued to whittle away at non-core businesses with the sale of its answering-service business. Secrephone–with offices in the Rochester, Buffalo, Syracuse and Albany areas–reached an agreement with Frontier Telephone of Rochester Inc.

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Internet marketing
group meets

E-commerce is changing the way marketers and advertisers do their jobs, Eastman Kodak Co.’s Suzanne Welch told leaders of the local Internet community. Welch, general manager of Kodak’s Internet marketing, served as keynote speaker Wednesday at the Internet Marketing & ...

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Frontier expands network Frontier Corp.’s customers in Colorado, Kansas and California are now connected by the company’s fiber optic, high-speed, Sonet network. The network is operational from Los Angeles to San Fransisco, and from California through Denver and into Kansas ...

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Cooper Cos.
announces earnings

The Cooper Cos., led by its CooperVision Inc. subsidiary, posted revenues for the fiscal year 30 percent higher than last year. Revenues for the year ended Oct. 31 were $141.5 million compared to $109.1 million last year.

Read More »

RIT professor
offers predictions

One local marketing expert predicts a conservative year for area retailers as major corporations downsize their operations. Eugene Fram, Rochester Institute of Technology’s J. Warren McClure Research Professor of Marketing, said he anticipates the apparel segment will be the hardest ...

Read More »

Ultralife nears
production boost

A high-speed machine arriving next week at Ultralife Batteries Inc. in Newark is the final major component necessary for the company to begin high-volume production of its rechargeable batteries. The company Tuesday approved for delivery the last major piece of ...

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Xerox unveils new
low-price copiers

Just in time for Christmas, Xerox Corp. is pushing further into the retail market. The document firm today took the wraps off two low-price personal copiers, billed as offering high-end quality at low-end prices. The three-copy-per-minute XC355 and XC356, which ...

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Xerox unveils new
low-price copiers

Just in time for Christmas, Xerox Corp. is pushing further into the retail market. The document firm today took the wraps off two low-price personal copiers, billed as offering high-end quality at low-end prices. The three-copy-per-minute XC355 and XC356, which ...

Read More »

Ultralife nears
production boost

A high-speed machine arriving next week at Ultralife Batteries Inc. in Newark is the final major component necessary for the company to begin high-volume production of its rechargeable batteries. The company Tuesday approved for delivery the last major piece of ...

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Chase creates upstate lending team Chase Manhattan Bank N.A. has formed a new real estate lending department aimed at low- and moderate-income neighborhoods in upstate markets. The unit will be an arm of Chase Community Development Corp.. It will underwrite ...

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