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Kodak imaging unit
forms new division

Eastman Kodak Co.’s Kodak Imaging Service Inc. has formed a new division aimed at facilities-management business. KIS is a wholly owned Kodak subidiary that provides outsourced document management, records management and administrative support to businesses. Among services it provides are ...

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Rochester General Hospital
exec moves to Strong

The president and CEO of Rochester General Hospital has jumped ship to Strong Memorial Hospital. Steven Goldstein becomes executive director and chief operating officer at Strong, reporting to CEO Leo Brideau, effective Sept.

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RIT enrollment up

Rochester Institute of Technology’s enrollment will increase approximately 2.5 percent this year, a sign that the university’s restructuring is being received positively, President Albert Simone said today. The new students–who will bring enrollment up to some 8,750 full-time students–will have ...

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Contracts spur Edgemere growth

New contracts are translating into new hires at Edgemere Inc., a local firm that started as a one-man show in 1992 and now boasts a staff of 50 and revenues in the $2.5 million range. Edgemere does consulting and project ...

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ONBANCorp declares dividend The ONBANCorp board of directors has declared a quarterly dividend on common shares of 30 cents, to be paid Oct. 1 to shareholders of record on Sept. 17. Robert Bennett, chairman, president and CEO, said “this continuing ...

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Contracts spur Edgemere growth

New contracts are translating into new hires at Edgemere Inc., a local firm that started as a one-man show in 1992 and now boasts a staff of 50 and revenues in the $2.5 million range. Edgemere does consulting and project ...

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RIT enrollment up

Rochester Institute of Technology’s enrollment will increase approximately 2.5 percent this year, a sign that the university’s restructuring is being received positively, President Albert Simone said today. The new students–who will bring enrollment up to some 8,750 full-time students–will have ...

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Rochester General Hospital
exec moves to Strong

The president and CEO of Rochester General Hospital has jumped ship to Strong Memorial Hospital. Steven Goldstein becomes executive director and chief operating officer at Strong, reporting to CEO Leo Brideau, effective Sept. 16. Roger Hunt, president and CEO of ...

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Acquisition creates major sign firm

The Total Energy Services Corp. today disclosed that it has purchased the William C. Forster Corp., creating one of the largest sign and awning companies in the Northeast. Although the deal occurred in March, the companies are now starting to ...

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Creditors to examine R.J. Russell records

Attorneys for creditors of the Prudential R.J. Russell Realtors say they will hire an accounting firm to pore through the real estate brokerage’s finances. A yet-to-be-named firm will comb the agency’s records for the past several years to uncover any ...

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Xerox unveils “convenience copiers” Xerox Corp. today rolled out two walk-up copiers designed for versatility, reliability and ease of use. The Xerox 5626 and 5624 Convenience Copiers can produce a wide range of office documents and require minimal attention, the ...

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Creditors to examine R.J. Russell records

Attorneys for creditors of the Prudential R.J. Russell Realtors say they will hire an accounting firm to pore through the real estate brokerage’s finances. A yet-to-be-named firm will comb the agency’s records for the past several years to uncover any ...

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Acquisition creates major sign firm

The Total Energy Services Corp. today disclosed that it has purchased the William C. Forster Corp., creating one of the largest sign and awning companies in the Northeast. Although the deal occurred in March, the companies are now starting to ...

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B&L, others get
arts awards

The Arts & Cultural Council of Greater Rochester today announced the recipients of its 13th annual Arts Awards. The recipients will be honored at a public luncheon on Oct. 17. Selections were made by an independent committee that reviewed written ...

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The Loop

Reach out and torch someone Former Simon School dean Paul MacAvoy is under fire from AT&T over his newest book, “The Failure of Antitrust and Regulation to Establish Competition in Long-Distance Telephone Service.” During the past few months, AT&T “has ...

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