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Upstate Litho doubles space

Upstate Litho has nearly doubled its space in a move to new quarters. The commercial printing firm moved last week to a 50,000-square-foot former Champion Products Inc. facility at 73 Cook St., Henrietta. The move consolidates Upstate Litho’s bindery and ...

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How technology
changes our work

Doug and Kate Lyon of Lyon Capital Management sent the following to us in response to a question about how technology has changed the way we work and think about our work: Technology has had a major on our life ...

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How technology
changes our work

Doug and Kate Lyon of Lyon Capital Management sent the following to us in response to a question about how technology has changed the way we work and think about our work: Technology has had a major on our life ...

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Upstate Litho doubles space

Upstate Litho has nearly doubled its space in a move to new quarters. The commercial printing firm moved last week to a 50,000-square-foot former Champion Products Inc. facility at 73 Cook St., Henrietta. The move consolidates Upstate Litho’s bindery and ...

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Brother added to Fishgold suit

Louis Fishgold Inc. creditors will have a shot at David Fishgold Inc. in federal court. U.S. District Court Judge David Larimer earlier this month verbally OK’d an order adding David Fishgold, Marcy Walker and Canandaigua produce dealer Leo Gennecco & ...

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Heritage Media plans
to buy WHRR-FM

The Heritage Media Corp. has agreed to purchase the River, WHRR-FM. The acquisition is subject to Federal Communications Commission approval. A statement released today by Heritage Media said that it will take over operation of WHRR under an FCC local ...

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MDT headquarters moving here

The Swedish buyer of MDT Corp. says it will move the health care company’s corporate headquarters to Rochester from Durham, N.C. Getinge Industrier AB, a medical technology firm based in Getinge, Sweden, today announced that it has completed its acquisition ...

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RTS exposed for most
of coin shortfall

Continental Coin Processors Inc. bonding leaves the Rochester Transit Service virtually uncovered in the $1 million or more shortfall of bus-company money. A copy of the coin-counting firm’s insurance policy obtained by the Rochester Business Journal under New York’s Freedom ...

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RTS exposed for most
of coin shortfall

Continental Coin Processors Inc. bonding leaves the Rochester Transit Service virtually uncovered in the $1 million or more shortfall of bus-company money. A copy of the coin-counting firm’s insurance policy obtained by the Rochester Business Journal under New York’s Freedom ...

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Meath named Paychex corporate counsel Paychex Inc. has hired Brian Meath as corporate counsel. Before joining the firm, he was assistant general counsel at Fisons Corp. in Rochester. Ginna 1 unit back on line Rochester Gas and Electric Corp.’s Ginna ...

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Marine Midland to buy
First Federal Savings

Marine Midland Bank N.A. bulked up its presence in the Rochester market with today’s announcement that it plans to purchase First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Rochester for $620 million. Marine Midland plans to consolidate branches and jobs after ...

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Bausch revises year-end earnings outlook, projects slower growth

Bausch & Lomb Inc. has adjusted its year-end earnings estimate downward after projecting that third-quarter revenue growth will be in the range of 5 percent. The company’s outlook is negatively impacted by softness in sunglass sales, primarily in sunglass-specialty channels, ...

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Utilities get PSC’s ear
on IPP contracts

The state Public Service Commission is looking at proposals that would make it easier for public utilities to cut out independent power producer contracts. In a statement released yesterday, PSC Chairman John O’Mara echoed a song long sung by investor-owned ...

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SUNY Brockport MetroCenter joins MCC in Sibley Building

SUNY College at Brockport’s downtown MetroCenter classroom complex will now share space with Monroe Community College’s Damon City Campus, strengthening ties between the two institutions. SUNY Brockport has moved from the Temple Building on Franklin Street to the Sibley Building. ...

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SUNY Brockport MetroCenter joins MCC in Sibley Building

SUNY College at Brockport’s downtown MetroCenter classroom complex will now share space with Monroe Community College’s Damon City Campus, strengthening ties between the two institutions. SUNY Brockport has moved from the Temple Building on Franklin Street to the Sibley Building.

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