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Reach out and torch someone Former Simon School dean Paul MacAvoy is under fire from AT&T over his newest book, “The Failure of Antitrust and Regulation to Establish Competition in Long-Distance Telephone Service.” During the past few months, AT&T “has ...

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Acquisition creates major sign firm

The Total Energy Services Corp. today disclosed that it has purchased the William C. Forster Corp., creating one of the largest sign and awning companies in the Northeast. Although the deal occurred in March, the companies are now starting to ...

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Creditors to examine R.J. Russell records

Attorneys for creditors of the Prudential R.J. Russell Realtors say they will hire an accounting firm to pore through the real estate brokerage’s finances. A yet-to-be-named firm will comb the agency’s records for the past several years to uncover any ...

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Xerox unveils “convenience copiers” Xerox Corp. today rolled out two walk-up copiers designed for versatility, reliability and ease of use. The Xerox 5626 and 5624 Convenience Copiers can produce a wide range of office documents and require minimal attention, the ...

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Creditors to examine R.J. Russell records

Attorneys for creditors of the Prudential R.J. Russell Realtors say they will hire an accounting firm to pore through the real estate brokerage’s finances. A yet-to-be-named firm will comb the agency’s records for the past several years to uncover any ...

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Acquisition creates major sign firm

The Total Energy Services Corp. today disclosed that it has purchased the William C. Forster Corp., creating one of the largest sign and awning companies in the Northeast. Although the deal occurred in March, the companies are now starting to ...

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B&L, others get
arts awards

The Arts & Cultural Council of Greater Rochester today announced the recipients of its 13th annual Arts Awards. The recipients will be honored at a public luncheon on Oct. 17. Selections were made by an independent committee that reviewed written ...

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Gleason gets Chamber honor Gleason Corp. has been chosen to receive the International Business Award from the Greater Rochester Metro Chamber of Commerce Inc. Sales during 1995 hit a record high. The award presentation will be made at the Chamber’s ...

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Attorney for Lloyd’s names sees little hope for suit

The lead attorney for plaintiffs in Rochester Lloyd’s of London investors’ state-court suit against the British insurance group says he holds out little hope for the action’s success. Six of 19 Rochester Lloyd’s investors, or “names,” remain signed on to ...

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Software execs group aims to grow

The Software Executives Group of Central and Western New York is kicking off its fifth year with a membership drive, hoping to bulk up the nearly 100-strong group of players in the local software industry. A membership directory is in ...

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Software execs group aims to grow

The Software Executives Group of Central and Western New York is kicking off its fifth year with a membership drive, hoping to bulk up the nearly 100-strong group of players in the local software industry. A membership directory is in ...

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Attorney for Lloyd’s names sees little hope for suit

The lead attorney for plaintiffs in Rochester Lloyd’s of London investors’ state-court suit against the British insurance group says he holds out little hope for the action’s success. Six of 19 Rochester Lloyd’s investors, or “names,” remain signed on to ...

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Most Lloyd’s investors here quit fight, accept settlement

A significant number of the 19 Rochester Lloyd’s of London syndicate members who sued the troubled British insurance group have thrown in the towel. For now, the state Supreme Court suit remains viable, said John LaFave of Fix, Spindelman, Brovitz, ...

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New RTS finance director named

The Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority today named a new finance director to replace Jean Feuchter. Feuchter resigned Tuesday following revelations that the Regional Transit Service could have lost as much as $1 million in cash that disappeared from a coin-counting ...

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Rising appointed director Geneva IDA director The Geneva Industrial Development Agency has appointed Richard Rising to the post of executive director. Rising, Geneva’s director of planning and economic development, will oversee IDA projects including assistance to Guardian Industries–which is building ...

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