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Local president heads national UNCA Tonja Olds, the president of the United Neighborhood Centers of Greater Rochester Foundation Inc., has been elected president of the board of directors of its national organization. UNC of America provides program and administrative support ...

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Rank posts
lower profit

The London-based Rank PLC yesterday reported an 87 percent drop in profits for 1996 after taking out onetime charges as it prepares to exit the copy-machine business. Excluding profits forom its stake in Rank Xerox, Rank showed earnings of $110 ...

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US files WTO case
against Japan barriers

The U.S. Government today filed its case before the World Trade Organization accusing Japan of restricting access by Eastman Kodak Co. and others to its consumer photographic market. The U.S. government case documents 30 years of laws and measures allegedly ...

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Moscom looks to
rebound from loss

When its new president arrives on Tuesday, Moscom Corp. hopes to start turning around the losses it suffered in 1996. Moscom needed additional management help to focus on its diversifying product area and expanding geographical reach, company officials and analysts ...

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Library fund-
raising push

The Rochester Public Library today kicked off a new push to raise $100,000 from the general public as it increased to $26.5 million its overall goal for the library’s Rundel Memorial Building capital campaign. Library officials also unveiled a mockup ...

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Library fund-
raising push

The Rochester Public Library today kicked off a new push to raise $100,000 from the general public as it increased to $26.5 million its overall goal for the library’s Rundel Memorial Building capital campaign. Library officials also unveiled a mockup ...

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Moscom looks to
rebound from loss

When its new president arrives on Tuesday, Moscom Corp. hopes to start turning around the losses it suffered in 1996. Moscom needed additional management help to focus on its diversifying product area and expanding geographical reach, company officials and analysts ...

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US files WTO case
against Japan barriers

The U.S. Government today filed its case before the World Trade Organization accusing Japan of restricting access by Eastman Kodak Co. and others to its consumer photographic market. The U.S. government case documents 30 years of laws and measures allegedly ...

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Monroe Title posts higher earnings, revenues Monroe Title Insurance Corp. earnings for 1996 increased to $2,702,571, or $2.48 a share, from $141,481, or 53 cents a share, in 1995. Revenues were $14,089,423, 12.6 percent higher than 1995’s total of $12,517,499. ...

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Veteran hired
as Moscom president

Moscom Corp. today hired an outside executive as its new president and chief operating officer. David Mazzella, 56, was named to the two posts effective Feb. 25. He replaces Albert Montevecchio as president. Montevecchio remains as CEO and chairman. The ...

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Growth boosts
Medeva profit

Medeva PLC today said 1996 earnings rose 31 percent, fueled in large part by its acquisition of the former Fisons PLC facility in Rochester over the summer. Full-time employment here has jumped 50 percent since the ownership change. With more ...

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Growth boosts
Medeva profit

Medeva PLC today said 1996 earnings rose 31 percent, fueled in large part by its acquisition of the former Fisons PLC facility in Rochester over the summer. Full-time employment here has jumped 50 percent since the ownership change. With more ...

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Veteran hired
as Moscom president

Moscom Corp. today hired an outside executive as its new president and chief operating officer. David Mazzella, 56, was named to the two posts effective Feb. 25. He replaces Albert Montevecchio as president. Montevecchio remains as CEO and chairman. The ...

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University Club on the mend

The University Club of Rochester says it is out of the financial woods. A year ago, the downtown club faced serious money problems, including a bill of more than $80,000 for property-tax arrears, and a possible mortgage foreclosure on its ...

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RIT uses NSF grant for spectrometer Rochester Institute of Technology’s College of Science recently acquired a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer with funds from a grant given by the National Science Foundation. The NMR spectrometer is valued at $300,000 and will ...

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