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Kessler launches Del Taco here

With the opening of a Henrietta restaurant, a local company will spearhead the introduction to the Northeast of a California-based Mexican fast-food chain that hopes to rival Taco Bell. The Kessler Group Inc.–operator of 22 franchised Burger King restaurants in ...

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Canandaigua Wine lowers estimates, takes market hit

Canandaigua Wine Co. Inc. stock tumbled this morning following news that the vintner’s profits this year will take an even bigger hit than previously expected. Company officials have revised the firm’s estimated net income to the $1.10 to $1.40 range, ...

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Curtice Burns to sell subsidiary

Curtice Burns Foods Inc. says it has reached an agreement to sell Finger Lakes Packaging Inc. to Silgan Containers Corp. Terms of the agreement were not announced. A wholly owned Curtice Burns subsidiary, Finger Lakes Packaging is a can-manufacturing operation ...

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Curtice Burns to sell subsidiary

Curtice Burns Foods Inc. says it has reached an agreement to sell Finger Lakes Packaging Inc. to Silgan Containers Corp. Terms of the agreement were not announced. A wholly owned Curtice Burns subsidiary, Finger Lakes Packaging is a can-manufacturing operation ...

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Former Goulds CEO
joins GE spinoff

Former Goulds Pumps Inc. CEO Stephen Ardia has been hired as CEO of Environment One Corp. Based in Schenectady, Environment One is a 27-year-old, publicly traded General Electric Corp. spinoff that makes grinder pumps for small municipal sewage systems. Ardia, ...

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Kodak imaging unit
forms new division

Eastman Kodak Co.’s Kodak Imaging Service Inc. has formed a new division aimed at facilities-management business. KIS is a wholly owned Kodak subidiary that provides outsourced document management, records management and administrative support to businesses. Among services it provides are ...

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Kodak imaging unit
forms new division

Eastman Kodak Co.’s Kodak Imaging Service Inc. has formed a new division aimed at facilities-management business. KIS is a wholly owned Kodak subidiary that provides outsourced document management, records management and administrative support to businesses.

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Frontier names two vice presidents Frontier Corp. has filled two executive positions, naming Frank Kelly as vice president of its long-distance customer service organization and Frederick Hermann as vice president of its business partners organization. Kelly comes to Frontier from ...

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Former Goulds CEO
joins GE spinoff

Former Goulds Pumps Inc. CEO Stephen Ardia has been hired as CEO of Environment One Corp. Based in Schenectady, Environment One is a 27-year-old, publicly traded General Electric Corp. spinoff that makes grinder pumps for small municipal sewage systems. Ardia, ...

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Contracts spur Edgemere growth

New contracts are translating into new hires at Edgemere Inc., a local firm that started as a one-man show in 1992 and now boasts a staff of 50 and revenues in the $2.5 million range. Edgemere does consulting and project ...

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RIT enrollment up

Rochester Institute of Technology’s enrollment will increase approximately 2.5 percent this year, a sign that the university’s restructuring is being received positively, President Albert Simone said today. The new students–who will bring enrollment up to some 8,750 full-time students–will have ...

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Rochester General Hospital
exec moves to Strong

The president and CEO of Rochester General Hospital has jumped ship to Strong Memorial Hospital. Steven Goldstein becomes executive director and chief operating officer at Strong, reporting to CEO Leo Brideau, effective Sept. 16. Roger Hunt, president and CEO of ...

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Rochester General Hospital
exec moves to Strong

The president and CEO of Rochester General Hospital has jumped ship to Strong Memorial Hospital. Steven Goldstein becomes executive director and chief operating officer at Strong, reporting to CEO Leo Brideau, effective Sept.

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RIT enrollment up

Rochester Institute of Technology’s enrollment will increase approximately 2.5 percent this year, a sign that the university’s restructuring is being received positively, President Albert Simone said today. The new students–who will bring enrollment up to some 8,750 full-time students–will have ...

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Contracts spur Edgemere growth

New contracts are translating into new hires at Edgemere Inc., a local firm that started as a one-man show in 1992 and now boasts a staff of 50 and revenues in the $2.5 million range. Edgemere does consulting and project ...

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