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Rochester Free-Net Inc. has launched the first locally focused newsgroups on the Internet. “The biggest problem with many national Internet newsgroups is that they overwhelm participants with hundreds of messages daily, many irrelevant to people in our area,” said Phillip ...

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Rochester Free-Net Inc. has launched the first locally focused newsgroups on the Internet. “The biggest problem with many national Internet newsgroups is that they overwhelm participants with hundreds of messages daily, many irrelevant to people in our area,” said Phillip ...

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Plosser elected to RG&E board Charles Plosser, dean of the William E. Simon School of Business Administration at the University of Rochester, has been elected to Rochester Gas and Electric Corp.’s board of directors.

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Move boosts
jobs here

A Livingston County sweetener supplier plans to add 10,000 square feet and five jobs with the consolidation of part of its former Massachusetts operation to Lakeville. Sweeteners Plus Inc. employs 55 at a two-building facility that totals approximately 30,000 square ...

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Voice-mail users
get apology

Tens of thousands of local voice-mail users received a gift in the mail this weekend. Rochester Telephone Corp. sent 45,400 prepaid calling cards to the customers, along with a letter apologizing for last week’s glitches in its voice-mail system.The calling ...

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Bausch & Lomb completes
sale of Steri-Oss

Bausch & Lomb Inc. has completed the sale of Steri-Oss Inc. to its management and a group of investors put together by a New York City-based health care investment company. Bausch & Lomb plans in the fourth quarter to record ...

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Rochester Tel,
union “still far apart”

Negotiations between Rochester Telephone Corp. and the Communications Workers of America resumed today and may continue through the weekend. According to company and local union officials, the two sides met Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The negotiators continued ...

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Slaughter seeks key House post

Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-Fairport, today said she will seek the ranking minority-member slot on the House Budget Committee. Congressional Quarterly earlier this year noted that Slaughter could be in line for the Budget Committee position. The position would considerably enhance ...

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Impact on credit unions eased

The National Credit Union Administration has amended its rules to accommodate a recent court order limiting new credit union accounts. The federal regulatory agency yesterday announced rule changes that will let credit unions enroll members of different companies as long ...

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NAIOP upstate chapter recognized nationally The NAIOP Upstate New York Chapter received the Chapter Merit Award for Special Events for a Small Chapter from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. NAIOP is the trade association for developers, owners, ...

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Restraining order
issued in trade-secret case

A federal court judge has ordered a former Eastman Kodak Co. employee and his two companies to stop all work with film or photographic imaging firms. South Carolina resident Harold Worden and his companies must obtain Kodak’s prior written consent ...

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Restraining order
issued in trade-secret case

A federal court judge has ordered a former Eastman Kodak Co. employee and his two companies to stop all work with film or photographic imaging firms. South Carolina resident Harold Worden and his companies must obtain Kodak’s prior written consent ...

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Impact on credit unions eased

The National Credit Union Administration has amended its rules to accommodate a recent court order limiting new credit union accounts. The federal regulatory agency yesterday announced rule changes that will let credit unions enroll members of different companies as long ...

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Slaughter seeks key House post

Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-Fairport, today said she will seek the ranking minority-member slot on the House Budget Committee. Congressional Quarterly earlier this year noted that Slaughter could be in line for the Budget Committee position.

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Rochester Tel,
union “still far apart”

Negotiations between Rochester Telephone Corp. and the Communications Workers of America resumed today and may continue through the weekend. According to company and local union officials, the two sides met Thursday from 10 a.m.

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