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Ultralife sees sales,
loss climb

A fire in its U.K. factory and troubles in a China-based program led Ultralife Batteries Inc. to a big third-quarter loss, despite higher sales. The Newark-based company reported that consolidated revenues increased to $4.38 million in the quarter ended March ...

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Web Sights

City University of New York has created a health-information page called Ask Noah. Located at http://www.noah.cuny.edu/nyhosp.html, the site includes a series of links for information on insurers, hospitals, living wills and other patient-rights information, funeral arrangements, health care disciplinary procedures ...

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Ultralife sees sales,
loss climb

A fire in its U.K. factory and troubles in a China-based program led Ultralife Batteries Inc. to a big third-quarter loss, despite higher sales. The Newark-based company reported that consolidated revenues increased to $4.38 million in the quarter ended March ...

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Web Sights

City University of New York has created a health-information page called Ask Noah. Located at http://www.noah.cuny.edu/nyhosp.html, the site includes a series of links for information on insurers, hospitals, living wills and other patient-rights information, funeral arrangements, health care disciplinary procedures ...

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Frontier Cellular inks deal
for digital upgrade

Frontier Cellular has signed an $85 million contract to upgrade its local network to digital technology. The company offers analog cellular service in the Rochester area, competing with Cellular One. The firms vie for business throughout much of Upstate New ...

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Ex-RG&E got
settlement

The families of two deceased Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. workers, and one surviving ex-RG&E employee have been awarded more than $500,000 for asbestos-related ills. The award came through a settlement before trial with several manufacturers, said attorney Joseph Rinere ...

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Curtice Burns
merges

Two kings of the sauerkraut industry plan to merge assets into a single company. Curtice Burns Foods Inc. and Flanagan Brothers Inc. of Bear Creek, Wis., today signed a letter of intent to merge all assets involved in sauerkraut production ...

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Curtice Burns
merges

Two kings of the sauerkraut industry plan to merge assets into a single company. Curtice Burns Foods Inc. and Flanagan Brothers Inc. of Bear Creek, Wis., today signed a letter of intent to merge all assets involved in sauerkraut production ...

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Ex-RG&E got
settlement

The families of two deceased Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. workers, and one surviving ex-RG&E employee have been awarded more than $500,000 for asbestos-related ills. The award came through a settlement before trial with several manufacturers, said attorney Joseph Rinere ...

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Japan files fair-
trade response

The government of Japan today filed its response to U.S. allegations that it blocks fair trade involving consumer photographic materials. Today’s filing responds to the first phase of a three-pronged challenge by the United States to open Japan’s photographic film ...

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Doyle to ask Legislature
to transfer promotion fees

Monroe County Executive John Doyle today said he will ask the county Legislature to send the county’s tourism-promotion dollars to the Greater Rochester Metro Chamber of Commerce Inc. The move comes as Greater Rochester Visitors Association Inc. staff is readying ...

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Doyle to ask Legislature
to transfer promotion fees

Monroe County Executive John Doyle today said he will ask the county Legislature to send the county’s tourism-promotion dollars to the Greater Rochester Metro Chamber of Commerce Inc. The move comes as Greater Rochester Visitors Association Inc.

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Japan files fair-
trade response

The government of Japan today filed its response to U.S. allegations that it blocks fair trade involving consumer photographic materials. Today’s filing responds to the first phase of a three-pronged challenge by the United States to open Japan’s photographic film ...

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Firm rein-
vents itself

A fast-growing high-tech recruiting and flexible-staffing company has relaunched itself with a new name and corporate logo. Computerpeople of Rochester Inc., based in Pittsford, has changed its name to CompuCorps Resources Inc. The company had sales of $1.4 million in ...

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Bristol Harbour
deal closes

Developer David Flaum and partners have completed a purchase of Bristol Harbour Village. The former owners of the upscale development on the shores of Canandaigua Lake had put it under court protection from creditors. Flaum stepped forward to buy the ...

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