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Simon School dean
sees strong economy

The economic outlook for 1997 is bright, but a cloud of entitlement-induced gloom looms beyond, said Charles Plosser, issuing his annual forecast today. “All the short-term indicators are positive,” said Plosser, dean of the University of Rochester’s William Simon Graduate ...

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Credit Union
vow to fight on

Credit unions lost a battle last week, but have far from lost the war, says Michael Vadala, CEO of the Summit Federal Credit Union. A federal judge Dec. 4 ordered the National Credit Union Administration to rescind rule changes that ...

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Supermarkets adopt
PSC technology

PSC Inc. continues to make inroads to providing the supermarket industry with fully automated self-checkout scanning systems. The Kroger Co., owner of the largest supermarket chain in North America, has equipped its fifth grocery store with PSC’s U-Scan Express. Kroger ...

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Supermarkets adopt
PSC technology

PSC Inc. continues to make inroads to providing the supermarket industry with fully automated self-checkout scanning systems. The Kroger Co., owner of the largest supermarket chain in North America, has equipped its fifth grocery store with PSC’s U-Scan Express.

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Credit Union
vow to fight on

Credit unions lost a battle last week, but have far from lost the war, says Michael Vadala, CEO of the Summit Federal Credit Union. A federal judge Dec. 4 ordered the National Credit Union Administration to rescind rule changes that ...

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Web Sights

A group of four mountain climbers, including a local resident, are planning to venture to the volcanic Andes of Ecuador. And Academy Multimedia has created a Web site that will allow them to document their trip as it happens. The ...

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Simon School dean
sees strong economy

The economic outlook for 1997 is bright, but a cloud of entitlement-induced gloom looms beyond, said Charles Plosser, issuing his annual forecast today. “All the short-term indicators are positive,” said Plosser, dean of the University of Rochester’s William Simon Graduate ...

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Web Sights

A group of four mountain climbers, including a local resident, are planning to venture to the volcanic Andes of Ecuador. And Academy Multimedia has created a Web site that will allow them to document their trip as it happens. The ...

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City Hall, RDDC
unveil housing initiative

The city of Rochester next week will start soliciting requests for proposals on three Hallman’s Chevrolet parcels near East Avenue. City Hall and Rochester Downtown Development Corp. officials today announced a push to develop the site, which includes the landmark ...

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City Hall, RDDC
unveil housing initiative

The city of Rochester next week will start soliciting requests for proposals on three Hallman’s Chevrolet parcels near East Avenue. City Hall and Rochester Downtown Development Corp. officials today announced a push to develop the site, which includes the landmark ...

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Blues wraps off HQ design

Finger Lakes Blue Cross and Blue Shield today revealed preliminary designs for its planned headquarters building. The Blues intend to vacate their present leased headquarters in the East Main Street Gateway Centre building when the lease runs out in 1999. ...

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Investors hike stakes in CPAC

Two institutional investors together now own some 20 percent of CPAC Inc.’s common stock. Since June 1996, the number of CPAC shares held by institutions has increased substantially, company officials said. Fidelity Management and Research Co.

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AOL, states reach
refund accord

Local American Online customers may be due a refund because the company switched them onto a new lane of the information superhighway without asking first. State Attorney General Dennis Vacco said an agreement between 20 states, including New York, and ...

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Consulting firm, ad agency merge Corea & Eible, a marketing communications firm, and Idea Connection Systems Inc., an international management consultancy, today announced their merger. The new firm will be known as Idea Connections. Travel Ports reports record sales, lower ...

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Kodak to open plant in Ireland

Eastman Kodak Co. plans to open a new plant in Ireland next month. Kodak, the world’s largest producer of CD-recordable media, plans to unveil the new production facility on Jan. 13. It is the first facility in Europe to manufacture ...

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