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Frontier makes
management changes

Efforts to build sales and markets in the western United States led Frontier Corp. to appoint two new executives for that region. John Dicconson was named area director of the business partners program throughout the West, including Alaska and Hawaii. ...

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Frontier makes
management changes

Efforts to build sales and markets in the western United States led Frontier Corp. to appoint two new executives for that region. John Dicconson was named area director of the business partners program throughout the West, including Alaska and Hawaii. ...

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Business upbeat
after elections

Local business leaders are applauding the Election Day results that failed to upset the status quo. Nationally, Democrat Bill Clinton won re-election to the White House and Republicans retained control of Congress. New Yorkers, meanwhile, left Democrats comfortably in control ...

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Farrell ordered to pay
$64,000 in civil case

A federal court judge today ordered a former Gannett Co. Inc. executive to pay $64,000 in civil penalties and repayments for orchestrating a local insider-trading ring. U.S. District Court Judge Michael Telesca granted a motion for summary judgment in the ...

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The Loop

The early returns are in … and President Bill Clinton is the winner. That is, if you believe a straw poll at one of America’s most famous overseas watering holes. Reuters reported today that Clinton beat Republican rival Bob Dole ...

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Winters elected to Chase advisory board Mary-Francis Winters has been elected to Chase Manahattan Bank’s Rochester Advisory Board. Winters, a returning Chase board member, is founder and president of the Winters Group Inc., a Rochester-based consulting firm with a national ...

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Frontier, CWA union
meet, trade barbs

Negotiators from Frontier Corp. and the Communications Workers of America Monday returned to the bargaining table for a three-hour meeting. Both Frontier and CWA Local 1170 officials characterized the two sides as “still far apart.” They plan to meet again ...

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Scandinavian firms reopen
claim against Goulds

Two Scandinavian firms are reopening their 1992 patent-infringement claim against Goulds Pumps Inc. A. Ahlstrom Corp. of Finland, a U.S. Ahlstrom subsidiary and Kvaerner Pulping Technologies AB of Sweden are appealing U.S. District Court Judge Michael Telesca’s decision denying the ...

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Scandinavian firms reopen
claim against Goulds

Two Scandinavian firms are reopening their 1992 patent-infringement claim against Goulds Pumps Inc. A. Ahlstrom Corp. of Finland, a U.S. Ahlstrom subsidiary and Kvaerner Pulping Technologies AB of Sweden are appealing U.S.

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Frontier, CWA union
meet, trade barbs

Negotiators from Frontier Corp. and the Communications Workers of America Monday returned to the bargaining table for a three-hour meeting. Both Frontier and CWA Local 1170 officials characterized the two sides as “still far apart.” They plan to meet again ...

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The Loop

The early returns are in … and President Bill Clinton is the winner. That is, if you believe a straw poll at one of America’s most famous overseas watering holes. Reuters reported today that Clinton beat Republican rival Bob Dole ...

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Former ad-agency VP
sues over severance pay

A former Saatchi & Saatchi Business Communications Inc. vice president claims the advertising firm withheld more than $40,000 in severance pay due him when he was let go last year. Robert Davison filed his suit alleging the severance-pay shortfall in ...

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Weiner named
Eurotronics president

Fairport-based Eurotronics Co. has promoted its vice president of research and development to president. Frank Weiner served as a vice president for three years before being named president last week. He was assigned expanded responsibilities earlier this year. The appointment ...

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U.S. Army expands
Ultralife contract

The U.S. Army wants more locally made batteries–$1.26 million worth of them. The Army’s Communications and Electronics Command in Fort Monmouth, N.J., exercised a contract option to purchase the additional lithium batteries from Ultralife Batteries Inc., based in Newark, Wayne ...

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U.S. Army expands
Ultralife contract

The U.S. Army wants more locally made batteries–$1.26 million worth of them. The Army’s Communications and Electronics Command in Fort Monmouth, N.J., exercised a contract option to purchase the additional lithium batteries from Ultralife Batteries Inc., based in Newark, Wayne ...

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