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Street closed near
Stern building

Police and fire crews this morning blocked off parts of North Clinton Avenue and Pleasant Street to protect passersby and automobiles from chunks of material tumbling off the Michaels Stern Building, 87 North Clinton Avenue. The city-owned building–a former clothing ...

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Hayden named
Saatchi CEO

Tim Cronin, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi Business Communications, has resigned his position. Ann Hayden, vice chairman/chief creative officer, will assume the CEO position. At a staff meeting today, Cronin said he planned to step down to pursue consulting work, ...

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Hayden named
Saatchi CEO

Tim Cronin, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi Business Communications, has resigned his position. Ann Hayden, vice chairman/chief creative officer, will assume the CEO position. At a staff meeting today, Cronin said he planned to step down to pursue consulting work, ...

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Street closed near
Stern building

Police and fire crews this morning blocked off parts of North Clinton Avenue and Pleasant Street to protect passersby and automobiles from chunks of material tumbling off the Michaels Stern Building, 87 North Clinton Avenue.

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Xerox service features “virtual book browsing” Xerox Corp. today announced a new outsourcing service for publishers that allows “virtual book browsing” on the Web and provides the industry’s first guaranteed shipping dates to fulfill customer orders. The Xerox Book In ...

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Chase unit wins
innovation honor

Chase Manhattan Bank’s trust service center in Rochester has won an industry award for its innovative software application. Chase’s Personal Asset Management Service Center was chosen from more than 70 entries to receive the Process Innovation Award from AIIM International ...

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Patient Infosystems rated “buy”

Oscar Gruss & Son Inc. has initiated research coverage of Patient Infosystems Inc. with a buy recommendation. Alan Tuchman, M.D., equity analyst at Oscar Gruss, described the company as a major player in a new and pivotal component of the ...

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Chase unit wins
innovation honor

Chase Manhattan Bank’s trust service center in Rochester has won an industry award for its innovative software application. Chase’s Personal Asset Management Service Center was chosen from more than 70 entries to receive the Process Innovation Award from AIIM International ...

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Xerox rolls out system
for book publishers

Xerox Corp. today announced a new outsourcing service for publishers that allows “virtual book browsing” on the Web and provides the industry’s first guaranteed shipping dates to fulfill customer orders. The Xerox Book In TimeTM service offers the first fully ...

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Hewlett-Packard sues Xerox

Hewlett-Packard Co. today filed a patent infringement suit against Xerox Corp., seeking to bar the document company from selling some copiers that use HP technology. The latest HP suit follows a trademark infringement case it filed against Xerox several months ...

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Plastics company expected to sell

A tool-making and injection-molding company that filed to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection is scheduled to go up for sale next week. Alliance Precision Plastics Corp. began reorganization proceedings in February, blaming a former executive for an alleged $2.4 ...

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Kodak, National Geographic
in joint project

Eastman Kodak Co. and the National Geographic Society signed a multiyear deal to launch new CD-ROM and DVD versions of the 100+ years of the magazine. The agreement is a renewal of a brand-marketing alliance in which the National Geographic ...

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Kodak, National Geographic
in joint project

Eastman Kodak Co. and the National Geographic Society signed a multiyear deal to launch new CD-ROM and DVD versions of the 100+ years of the magazine. The agreement is a renewal of a brand-marketing alliance in which the National Geographic ...

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Plastics company expected to sell

A tool-making and injection-molding company that filed to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection is scheduled to go up for sale next week. Alliance Precision Plastics Corp. began reorganization proceedings in February, blaming a former executive for an alleged $2.4 ...

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Hewlett-Packard sues Xerox

Hewlett-Packard Co. today filed a patent infringement suit against Xerox Corp., seeking to bar the document company from selling some copiers that use HP technology. The latest HP suit follows a trademark infringement case it filed against Xerox several months ...

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