Home / Today’s Top Stories (page 3600) /

Today’s Top Stories

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.

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

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.

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

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.

Read More »

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. executive who joined ACC a year ago. ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

Web Sights

Education Week on the Web is a new site for teachers and the general public. It offers the latest news on educational trends and issues, plus a slew of archival information on educational topics from school vouchers and charter schools ...

Read More »

Nixon, Hargrave expands public-finance practice Tax partner Lisa Soeder has joined Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle LLP, expanding the law firm’s public-finance practice. Soeder is managing partner of the firm’s new office in Hartford, Conn. The addition of Soeder marks ...

Read More »

Web Sights

Education Week on the Web is a new site for teachers and the general public. It offers the latest news on educational trends and issues, plus a slew of archival information on educational topics from school vouchers and charter schools ...

Read More »

UR to sell shares in Infodata Systems

MARY MORGAN Rochester Business Journal Daily Edition The University of Rochester is selling off its shares in Infodata Systems Inc., a document-management software firm with Rochester roots. UR plans to sell 300,092 shares of common stock it holds in the ...

Read More »