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Web Sights

If you want to find out about the profitability of Internet commerce, ActivMedia is one place to start. The site–at http://www.wilsonweb.com–tracks overall sales and also has a primer on Internet sales and what type of firm will be the most ...

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Danka exec to leave Rochester

The executive brought here nine months ago to head the new Danka Office Imaging worldwide headquarters expects to leave Rochester by year’s end. As part of a consolidation effort at Danka Business Systems PLC, Peter Meier, former president of Danka ...

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Web Sights

If you want to find out about the profitability of Internet commerce, ActivMedia is one place to start. The site–at http://www.wilsonweb.com–tracks overall sales and also has a primer on Internet sales and what type of firm will be the most ...

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Judge reverses decision on “Shame”

After two hours of hearings this morning, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Telesca reserved decision on the case involving the sexually explicit program “Life Without Shame” and Time Warner Communications. At issue is whether First Amendment free-speech rights have been ...

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Demolition of Silver
Stadium cleared

Gov. George Pataki this week signed a bill authorizing the Empire State Development Corp. to forgive a $1.5 million loan to Rochester Community Baseball Inc. The legislation also requires agency to release the mortgage it holds on Silver Stadium. The ...

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Graham Corp. paints
bright growth picture

Graham Corp. today reported first-quarter numbers, boasting of record backlog, soaring new orders and what the company sees as a generally upbeat outlook. A Batavia-based maker of vacuum pumps and heat-transfer equipment, Graham posted net earnings of $492,000, or 30 ...

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Graham Corp. paints
bright growth picture

Graham Corp. today reported first-quarter numbers, boasting of record backlog, soaring new orders and what the company sees as a generally upbeat outlook. A Batavia-based maker of vacuum pumps and heat-transfer equipment, Graham posted net earnings of $492,000, or 30 ...

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Demolition of Silver
Stadium cleared

Gov. George Pataki this week signed a bill authorizing the Empire State Development Corp. to forgive a $1.5 million loan to Rochester Community Baseball Inc. The legislation also requires agency to release the mortgage it holds on Silver Stadium. The ...

Read More »

Judge reverses decision on “Shame”

After two hours of hearings this morning, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Telesca reserved decision on the case involving the sexually explicit program “Life Without Shame” and Time Warner Communications. At issue is whether First Amendment free-speech rights have been ...

Read More »

Kayex names new president

Kayex Corp., a manufacturer of crystal-growing furnaces used in the semiconductor industry, today named a new president. Kenneth Lally replaces David Camp, who left the company. Since January 1996, Lally has been manager of market strategy and technology for General ...

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Second physicians group
moves into self-insurance

For the second time in a week, a physicians group has moved into the self-insurance arena. Crossbridge Physicians P.C., which is administered by Rochester Individual Practice Association Inc., will contract with Preferred Care to be the provider panel for Eastman ...

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Kayex names new president

Kayex Corp., a manufacturer of crystal-growing furnaces used in the semiconductor industry, today named a new president. Kenneth Lally replaces David Camp, who left the company. Since January 1996, Lally has been manager of market strategy and technology for General ...

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Second physicians group
moves into self-insurance

For the second time in a week, a physicians group has moved into the self-insurance arena. Crossbridge Physicians P.C., which is administered by Rochester Individual Practice Association Inc., will contract with Preferred Care to be the provider panel for Eastman ...

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Moscom enters new market

Moscom Corp. struck a deal today to crack the U.S. digital cellular telephone market. The Pittsford-based firm signed a deal worth $200,000 to supply its customer care and billing system to SouthEast Telephone Inc. More importantly, company officials said, it ...

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Kodak, German company
form joint venture

An Eastman Kodak Co. division today expanded its alliance with a German printing system manufacturer by forming a joint venture. Kodak Professional and Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG formed the joint venture to develop and market digital color-printing products. The effort will ...

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