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Canandaigua posts
record profit

Strong beer sales and cost-structure improvements helped Canandaigua Brands Inc. log record fourth-quarter sales and earnings. In the quarter ended Feb. 28, the company earned $10 million, or 52 cents a share, on sales of $283 million. A year earlier, ...

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Fleet Bank names
new regional chief

A new regional president will take the helm at Fleet Bank in Rochester. John Zawadzki, 49, president of Fleet’s Syracuse region, has been named to succeed William Gotwals III, 55. He assumes the post Monday. Fleet, based in Rhode Island, ...

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Fleet Bank names
new regional chief

A new regional president will take the helm at Fleet Bank in Rochester. John Zawadzki, 49, president of Fleet’s Syracuse region, has been named to succeed William Gotwals III, 55. He assumes the post Monday. Fleet, based in Rhode Island, ...

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Canandaigua posts
record profit

Strong beer sales and cost-structure improvements helped Canandaigua Brands Inc. log record fourth-quarter sales and earnings. In the quarter ended Feb. 28, the company earned $10 million, or 52 cents a share, on sales of $283 million.

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Frontier Field
display unveiled

The smiling faces of Stan “The Man” Musial, Joe Altobelli and Earl Weaver now sparkle on the walls of Frontier Field. Eastman Kodak Co.’s “Legends of Baseball” billboard display debuted today on the outfield wall facing State Street. The former ...

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Wayne County
hospital merger OK’d

The state Supreme Court has given final approval to the merger of Myers Community and Newark-Wayne Community hospitals in Wayne County. The two institutions have been working together since Myers’ board voted a year ago to pursue the merger and ...

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Bausch & Lomb
selling skin-care unit

Bausch & Lomb Inc. is selling its skin-care unit for $135 million in cash as part of its continuing effort to concentrate on core businesses related to eye care. Andrew Jergens Co., a subsidiary of Japan-based Kao Corp., has agreed ...

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Bausch & Lomb
selling skin-care unit

Bausch & Lomb Inc. is selling its skin-care unit for $135 million in cash as part of its continuing effort to concentrate on core businesses related to eye care. Andrew Jergens Co., a subsidiary of Japan-based Kao Corp., has agreed ...

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Wayne County
hospital merger OK’d

The state Supreme Court has given final approval to the merger of Myers Community and Newark-Wayne Community hospitals in Wayne County. The two institutions have been working together since Myers’ board voted a year ago to pursue the merger and ...

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Frontier Field
display unveiled

The smiling faces of Stan “The Man” Musial, Joe Altobelli and Earl Weaver now sparkle on the walls of Frontier Field. Eastman Kodak Co.’s “Legends of Baseball” billboard display debuted today on the outfield wall facing State Street. The former ...

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Blues post
operating loss

Finger Lakes Blue Cross and Blue Shield and its related companies posted an operating loss of $27.3 million last year. However, investment gains offset the loss and helped the insurer register net income of $13.9 million. The non-profit health insurer ...

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Bausch & Lomb
wins case

Bausch & Lomb Inc. can resume selling Ray-Ban Orbs Ellipse sunglasses in France after an appeals court there found the global eye-care company did not infringe on a rival’s design patent. The Cour D’Appel De Paris reversed the fall decision ...

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Bausch & Lomb
wins case

Bausch & Lomb Inc. can resume selling Ray-Ban Orbs Ellipse sunglasses in France after an appeals court there found the global eye-care company did not infringe on a rival’s design patent. The Cour D’Appel De Paris reversed the fall decision ...

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Blues post
operating loss

Finger Lakes Blue Cross and Blue Shield and its related companies posted an operating loss of $27.3 million last year. However, investment gains offset the loss and helped the insurer register net income of $13.9 million. The non-profit health insurer ...

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Steenburgh joins
Kodak leadership

Eric Steenburgh, a high-ranking executive at ITT Fluid Technology Corp. and 27-year Xerox Corp. veteran, has been named executive vice president and assistant chief operating officer at Eastman Kodak Co. He will join Daniel Carp, president and COO, and Carl ...

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