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Education Week on the Web is a new site for teachers and the general public. It offers the latest news on educational trends and issues, plus a slew of archival information on educational topics from school vouchers and charter schools ...

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Genesee Hospital partners
with Mid-Town Tennis

The Genesee Hospital and Mid-Town Tennis and Athletic Club have formed a partnership that will expand the tennis center’s physical-therapy services. “This partnership is a tremendous opportunity for both organizations to combine their resources, expertise and services to provide our ...

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CAI hastens wireless Internet
market trial in Rochester

CAI Wireless Systems Inc. has bumped up the start date of its Rochester market trial of a high-speed wireless Internet access service, the company said today. The firm plans to begin its market trial later this month. In June, Albany-based ...

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Exhaust issue still dogs
Highland Park Diner

The fat lady has yet to warble her coda in the Highland Park Diner’s year-plus battle with the owner of a neighboring building over the restaurant’s kitchen exhaust. The diner faces a hearing Thursday at which state officials will rule ...

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Aab resigns from ACC;
Laniak to be chairman

ACC Corp.’s founder and chairman has resigned “to pursue other entrepreneurial interests,” the telecommunications company announced today. Richard Aab will be replaced by CEO David Laniak, a former Rochester Gas & Electric Corp. executive who joined ACC a year ago. ...

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Nixon, Hargrave expands public-finance practice Tax partner Lisa Soeder has joined Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle LLP, expanding the law firm’s public-finance practice. Soeder is managing partner of the firm’s new office in Hartford, Conn. The addition of Soeder marks ...

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Aab resigns from ACC;
Laniak to be chairman

ACC Corp.’s founder and chairman has resigned “to pursue other entrepreneurial interests,” the telecommunications company announced today. Richard Aab will be replaced by CEO David Laniak, a former Rochester Gas & Electric Corp.

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Exhaust issue still dogs
Highland Park Diner

The fat lady has yet to warble her coda in the Highland Park Diner’s year-plus battle with the owner of a neighboring building over the restaurant’s kitchen exhaust. The diner faces a hearing Thursday at which state officials will rule ...

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CAI hastens wireless Internet
market trial in Rochester

CAI Wireless Systems Inc. has bumped up the start date of its Rochester market trial of a high-speed wireless Internet access service, the company said today. The firm plans to begin its market trial later this month.

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No computer payoff yet, official says

Daily Edition The computer revolution has yet to give the U.S. economy any significant boost. So says the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. “We have not observed in the economic data, at least not yet, any ...

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Litigation against
IEC withdrawn

A group of shareholders has “voluntarily” withdrawn consolidated class actions against IEC Electronics Corp., the company said today. The shareholders filed the actions in March 1994, alleging various federal securities-law violations. The actions were discontinued “without any payment to the ...

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UR to sell shares in Infodata Systems

MARY MORGAN Rochester Business Journal Daily Edition The University of Rochester is selling off its shares in Infodata Systems Inc., a document-management software firm with Rochester roots. UR plans to sell 300,092 shares of common stock it holds in the ...

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Ultralife loss declines slightly Ultralife Batteries Inc. today said it posted a net loss of $3.24 million on revenues of $15.1 million in the fiscal year ended June 30, compared with a $3.4 million loss on revenues of $14.6 million ...

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UR to sell shares in Infodata Systems

MARY MORGAN Rochester Business Journal Daily Edition The University of Rochester is selling off its shares in Infodata Systems Inc., a document-management software firm with Rochester roots. UR plans to sell 300,092 shares of common stock it holds in the ...

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No computer payoff yet, official says

Daily Edition The computer revolution has yet to give the U.S. economy any significant boost. So says the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. “We have not observed in the economic data, at least not yet, any ...

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