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Xerox’s dpiX lands
defense contract

Xerox Corp. new-enterprise company dpiX has landed a $2.75 million Department of Defense contract to develop display screens for high-tech weaponry. The 2 1/2-year contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency calls for the Palo Alto-based dpiX to develop ...

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Doyle unveils glycol-treatment process Monroe County Executive Jack Doyle yesterday unveiled a new process for the containment and treatment of glycol, a deicing agent, at the Greater Rochester International Airport. Doyle said the environmentally sound process will replace plans to ...

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Xerox’s dpiX lands
defense contract

Xerox Corp. new-enterprise company dpiX has landed a $2.75 million Department of Defense contract to develop display screens for high-tech weaponry. The 2 1/2-year contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency calls for the Palo Alto-based dpiX to develop ...

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Fisher named to
GM Board

Eastman Kodak Co.’s top executive has a new part-time job–as a director on the General Motors Corp. board. George Fisher, chairman, CEO and president of Kodak, was one of two directors added Monday to the automaker’s board.

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Roch. Tel, union
still at odds

After many months of dispute, disagreement and discord, Rochester Telephone Co. and a local union surprised no one by differing on the interpretation of a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board. Local 1170 of the Communications Workers of America ...

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Hahn shows
profit turnaround

Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc. today reported lower sales but an earnings turnaround for the fourth quarter and the fiscal year ended Sept. 30. The company last year posted red ink for the same periods. Hahn registered a $1.1 million net ...

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Hahn shows
profit turnaround

Hahn Automotive Warehouse Inc. today reported lower sales but an earnings turnaround for the fourth quarter and the fiscal year ended Sept. 30. The company last year posted red ink for the same periods. Hahn registered a $1.1 million net ...

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Roch. Tel, union
still at odds

After many months of dispute, disagreement and discord, Rochester Telephone Co. and a local union surprised no one by differing on the interpretation of a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board. Local 1170 of the Communications Workers of America ...

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Fisher named to
GM Board

Eastman Kodak Co.’s top executive has a new part-time job–as a director on the General Motors Corp. board. George Fisher, chairman, CEO and president of Kodak, was one of two directors added Monday to the automaker’s board. The new directors ...

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The Loop

Making things a wee bit clearer It’s a tale featuring characters named Wee, Tiny and JP, with plot-spinning subheads like “JP and Wee Cast a Big Shadow.” It’s a case boasting allegations of mismanagement, concealment, conspiracy, conversion, fraud, self-dealing, misapplication ...

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The Loop

Making things a wee bit clearer It’s a tale featuring characters named Wee, Tiny and JP, with plot-spinning subheads like “JP and Wee Cast a Big Shadow.” It’s a case boasting allegations of mismanagement, concealment, conspiracy, conversion, fraud, self-dealing, misapplication ...

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Frontier contracts with major non-profit Frontier Corp. will provide telecommunications services for Habitat for Humanity International, a non-profit organization that seeks to eliminate poverty housing. The world’s fifth-largest home builder will receive Frontier’s services at its international headquarters in Americus, ...

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Web sights

Quikpage is a service that creates a cursory home page–basically an advertisement–for any company. It also includes a search area where users can punch in any topic and receive a list of Quikpage members that provide the good or service. ...

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Workers’ comp reform takes effect A provision of New York’s new workers’ compensation reform law took effect yesterday. The provision gives employers greater flexibility in choosing managed care organizations and preferred provider organizations for the treatment of on-the-job injuries. Senate ...

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Danka era starts
for Kodak workers

A new era starts Friday for some 900 workers as Danka Office Imaging begins operation following the purchase of Eastman Kodak Co.’s office imaging division. Danka Office Imaging president Peter Meier will dedicate the operation’s worldwide headquarters at Kodak’s Elmgrove ...

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