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Xerox outperforms
estimates

Redeeming itself after a third-quarter stumble, Xerox Corp. today topped analysts’ estimates in reporting fourth-quarter and year-end gains. The upbeat news sent Xerox stock at the opening bell up to $61 a share–$1.25 higher than its previous 52-week high of ...

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Kodak inks
deal

Eastman Kodak Co. has teamed with an Atlanta firm to boost sales in the growing document-management market. The strategic alliance melds the information-processing expertise of First Image, a subsidiary of First Data Corp., with Kodak’s imaging technology. Under the agreement, ...

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Becker wins
Athena

Xerox Corp. executive Linda Becker today received this year’s Athena Award. The honor follows good news Becker received on the work front recently. Last week, she was promoted to vice president of marketing operations for Xerox’s Color Solutions business unit.

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RG&E posts
high profits

Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. today reported higher earnings and revenues for the fourth quarter and the year. Earnings of 52 cents a share for the three months ended Dec. 31 compare with a 5-cent-a-share loss for the same period ...

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RG&E posts
high profits

Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. today reported higher earnings and revenues for the fourth quarter and the year. Earnings of 52 cents a share for the three months ended Dec. 31 compare with a 5-cent-a-share loss for the same period ...

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Becker wins
Athena

Xerox Corp. executive Linda Becker today received this year’s Athena Award. The honor follows good news Becker received on the work front recently. Last week, she was promoted to vice president of marketing operations for Xerox’s Color Solutions business unit. ...

Read More »

Kodak inks
deal

Eastman Kodak Co. has teamed with an Atlanta firm to boost sales in the growing document-management market. The strategic alliance melds the information-processing expertise of First Image, a subsidiary of First Data Corp., with Kodak’s imaging technology. Under the agreement, ...

Read More »

Xerox outperforms
estimates

Redeeming itself after a third-quarter stumble, Xerox Corp. today topped analysts’ estimates in reporting fourth-quarter and year-end gains. The upbeat news sent Xerox stock at the opening bell up to $61 a share–$1.25 higher than its previous 52-week high of ...

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ACC aims to enter
German market in spring

Buoyed by rapid growth in the United Kingdom, ACC Corp. has targeted a new overseas front: Germany. ACC plans to expand its European efforts by entering the German telecommunications market this spring. To coordinate its European expansion, the company formed ...

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ACC aims to enter
German market in spring

Buoyed by rapid growth in the United Kingdom, ACC Corp. has targeted a new overseas front: Germany. ACC plans to expand its European efforts by entering the German telecommunications market this spring. To coordinate its European expansion, the company formed ...

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Frontier appoints VP Randal Simonetti, the former vice president of public relations and consumer affairs for Rochester Telephone Corp. and Frontier Corp., has been appointed vice president of communications for Frontier Corp. Simonetti will now oversee all public relations and ...

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Transmation sets
nine-month record

Transmation Inc. reported record profits for the first nine months of its fiscal year, although third-quarter earnings were down. Net profits for the first nine months increased 20 percent to $1.05 million, or 36 cents a share, compared with $868,000, ...

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Court tables
credit union-request

The U.S. Supreme Court has postponed a decision on whether it will hear the American Banking Association’s case against credit unions until next month at the earliest. The postponement leaves a number of credit unions in Rochester and across the ...

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Court tables
credit union-request

The U.S. Supreme Court has postponed a decision on whether it will hear the American Banking Association’s case against credit unions until next month at the earliest. The postponement leaves a number of credit unions in Rochester and across the ...

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Transmation sets
nine-month record

Transmation Inc. reported record profits for the first nine months of its fiscal year, although third-quarter earnings were down. Net profits for the first nine months increased 20 percent to $1.05 million, or 36 cents a share, compared with $868,000, ...

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