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Deal grows Frontier’s
operator-services segment

Callers in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and other cities soon will get directory assistance from the same operators that handle Rochester dialers. Frontier Corp. was awarded a $1 million contract to provide operator services for WinStar Communications, a ...

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Charge lowers net
for First Federal

First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Rochester today reported sharply lower earnings for the third quarter, the result of a $27.1 million onetime charge imposed on the company as part of the recently enacted recapitalization of the Savings Association ...

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Business education alliance
seeks new members

The Rochester Business Education Alliance today launched an aggressive membership campaign. The alliance was formed in 1992 to work with the Rochester City School District on education restructuring initiatives. It now has 30 member businesses and eight patron funders, including ...

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Frontier plans to build
advanced national network

Frontier Corp. plans to invest $500 million to build the industry’s most advanced fiber optic network. The company today said it will join forces with a Denver-based firm to construct a $2 billion national network that represents the “next generation.” ...

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Frontier plans to build
advanced national network

Frontier Corp. plans to invest $500 million to build the industry’s most advanced fiber optic network. The company today said it will join forces with a Denver-based firm to construct a $2 billion national network that represents the “next generation.” ...

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Business education alliance
seeks new members

The Rochester Business Education Alliance today launched an aggressive membership campaign. The alliance was formed in 1992 to work with the Rochester City School District on education restructuring initiatives. It now has 30 member businesses and eight patron funders, including ...

Read More »

Charge lowers net
for First Federal

First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Rochester today reported sharply lower earnings for the third quarter, the result of a $27.1 million onetime charge imposed on the company as part of the recently enacted recapitalization of the Savings Association ...

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Web Sights

If you are going to the dentist, there’s no need to fear the unknown. A local firm has created a Web page to explain the procedures you might undergo. CQC Prosthodontics Inc. makes dental implants, crowns and bridges. It also ...

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Web Sights

If you are going to the dentist, there’s no need to fear the unknown. A local firm has created a Web page to explain the procedures you might undergo. CQC Prosthodontics Inc. makes dental implants, crowns and bridges. It also ...

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Xerox unveils new offerings Marking the 20th anniversary of its first high-speed laser printer, Xerox Corp. today announced a series of partnerships, products and capabilities in its digital printing and publishing business. The partnerships involve such companies as Hewlett Packard ...

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Xerox core operations
slip in third quarter

Third-quarter earnings from Xerox Corp.’s core document-processing division slipped 2 percent, the company announced today. Primary earnings for the quarter ended Sept. 30 were $250 million, compared with $256 million during the same period a year ago.

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Student Loan income
shows slight rise

Third-quarter net income rose slightly for the Pittsford-based Student Loan Corp. The company said it will increase its quarterly dividend. Student Loan reported core net income of $15.3 million for quarter ended Sept.

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Jones Chemicals lands
Mexican supply deal

LeRoy-based Jones Chemicals Inc. has landed a $2.5 million contract to supply water-purification chemicals to the State Commission of Public Service in Tijuana, Mexico. The chemicals will be used at a waste-water plant and two water treatment plants that serve ...

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Jones Chemicals lands
Mexican supply deal

LeRoy-based Jones Chemicals Inc. has landed a $2.5 million contract to supply water-purification chemicals to the State Commission of Public Service in Tijuana, Mexico. The chemicals will be used at a waste-water plant and two water treatment plants that serve ...

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Student Loan income
shows slight rise

Third-quarter net income rose slightly for the Pittsford-based Student Loan Corp. The company said it will increase its quarterly dividend. Student Loan reported core net income of $15.3 million for quarter ended Sept. 30, 2 percent higher than the same ...

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