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Fleet declares dividend The board of directors of Fleet Financial Group has declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.58125 per depository share on the coporation’s 9.30 percent Perpetual Preferred Stock, payable on Jan. 15, 1997, to stockholders of record on ...

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Bad news on revenues
sinks Frontier stock

Disappointing news about Frontier Corp.’s long-distance telephone revenues caused the company’s stock to plummet today. Frontier stock fell some 20 percent to $20.75 a share, down from Monday’s close of $26.38. The stock’s fall came after Frontier announced it expected ...

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Savage to retire
from Blue Cross

Raymond Savage, senior vice president of Finger Lakes Blue Cross and Blue Shield, plans to retire in April. Savage came to Rochester in 1972 to develop the area’s first health maintenance organization, Genesee Valley Group Health Association. “Through the years, ...

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The Loop

Will Chicago Bulls superstar Dennis Rodman get that Kodak Advantix camera he’s wanted for Christmas? Has he been good enough to earn the camera? Those questions were posed by Kodak in a press release sent out today to plug the ...

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The Loop

Will Chicago Bulls superstar Dennis Rodman get that Kodak Advantix camera he’s wanted for Christmas? Has he been good enough to earn the camera? Those questions were posed by Kodak in a press release sent out today to plug the ...

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Frontier, Cox ink
long-distance deal

Frontier Corp. and Atlanta-based Cox Communications Inc. signed a partnership to add Frontier’s long-distance telephone service to video and Internet services already offered to millions of Cox customers. Under the terms of the five-year agreement, Cox will handle all marketing ...

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Paychex profit soars
to second-quarter record

Paychex Inc. today reported record net income for the second quarter ended Nov. 30, and a 30 percent increase in revenue compared with the same period a year ago. Net income reached $18.1 million, or 25 cents a share, up ...

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Goulds Pumps elects new director Goulds Pumps Inc.’s board of directors has elected Jerry Ballengee as a director of the company, bringing the number of board members to nine. Ballengee is president and chief operating officer of Union Camp Corp. ...

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Paychex profit soars
to second-quarter record

Paychex Inc. today reported record net income for the second quarter ended Nov. 30, and a 30 percent increase in revenue compared with the same period a year ago. Net income reached $18.1 million, or 25 cents a share, up ...

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Frontier, Cox ink
long-distance deal

Frontier Corp. and Atlanta-based Cox Communications Inc. signed a partnership to add Frontier’s long-distance telephone service to video and Internet services already offered to millions of Cox customers. Under the terms of the five-year agreement, Cox will handle all marketing ...

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Kodak taps Qualex president

The CEO and president of Qualex Inc. today was appointed general manager of Eastman Kodak Co.’s Worldwide Consumer Imaging Services Business. Peter Fitzgerald also was named by Kodak’s board of directors as a corporate vice president.

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Vacco expects collections record

New York’s Civil Recoveries Bureau expects to collect $81 million in non-tax revenues by year’s end. The figure, released by state Attorney General Dennis Vacco, surpasses his office’s record 1995 collections of $73.3 million by more than $7 million and ...

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Web Sights

No stranger to doing business in the world’s markets, CPAC Inc. has joined the ranks of those with a presence on the World Wide Web. The company’s site, at http://www.cpac-fuller.com, is close to being operational. It will include CPAC’s 1995 ...

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Web Sights

No stranger to doing business in the world’s markets, CPAC Inc. has joined the ranks of those with a presence on the World Wide Web. The company’s site, at http://www.cpac-fuller.com, is close to being operational. It will include CPAC’s 1995 ...

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Vacco expects collections record

New York’s Civil Recoveries Bureau expects to collect $81 million in non-tax revenues by year’s end. The figure, released by state Attorney General Dennis Vacco, surpasses his office’s record 1995 collections of $73.3 million by more than $7 million and ...

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