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Harris RF inks sales
of new radio

Some $4 million worth of new radios–built here at a division of Harris Corp.–will be used next year by military units in the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. Harris Corp. today said it signed contracts to sell its ...

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WOKR receives AP accolades WOKR-TV has been honored with three awards from the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association. For the third year in a row, the station has won the award for the Best Regularly Scheduled Newscast. The ...

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Xerox starts ad blitz;
Kodak changes agency

Xerox Corp. today kicks off an estimated $10 million, three-month advertising blitz for its new Document Centre digital copier line. Meanwhile, Eastman Kodak Co. said it is assigning all product and service advertising for its Consumer Imaging business to Ogilvy ...

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More units planned
at St. Bernard’s

Home Properties of New York Inc. plans to develop 89 apartments for low-income seniors at St. Bernard’s Park in Rochester drawing from tax credits worth $12 million and $3.6 million in low-interest loans. The Rochester low-income development is one of ...

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Image Bank
buys agency

The Image Bank, an Eastman Kodak Co. subsidiary that supplies stock photographs and film for motion pictures, ads and other uses, has expanded its libraries by acquiring another company. The Image Bank acquired Swanstock, a fine-art photography agency based in ...

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Image Bank
buys agency

The Image Bank, an Eastman Kodak Co. subsidiary that supplies stock photographs and film for motion pictures, ads and other uses, has expanded its libraries by acquiring another company. The Image Bank acquired Swanstock, a fine-art photography agency based in ...

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More units planned
at St. Bernard’s

Home Properties of New York Inc. plans to develop 89 apartments for low-income seniors at St. Bernard’s Park in Rochester drawing from tax credits worth $12 million and $3.6 million in low-interest loans. The Rochester low-income development is one of ...

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Xerox starts ad blitz;
Kodak changes agency

Xerox Corp. today kicks off an estimated $10 million, three-month advertising blitz for its new Document Centre digital copier line. Meanwhile, Eastman Kodak Co. said it is assigning all product and service advertising for its Consumer Imaging business to Ogilvy ...

Read More »

Trade group taps
Summit’s Vadala

The president and CEO of Summit Federal Credit Union has been named a director of the National Association of Federal Credit Unions. The appointment puts Michael Vadala in position to help shape credit unions’ response nationally to an ongoing federal ...

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RIT completes bond sale,
creates new MBA program

Rochester Institute of Technology has completed a $67 million bond sale, the largest in its history. The university also announced it is starting an MBA program in newspaper operations. Under the new dual B.A./MBA program–the only one of its kind–qualifying ...

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Local film premieres at the Little “Eerie,” an independent feature film that was shot on Erie Canal locations in the Rochester, Pittsford and Newark will premier at the Little Theatre on June 18 at 9:00 p.m. The film stars Felicity ...

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New professional groups gear up

Two new professional organizations have formed in Rochester. After a CEO Network Business Development Forum last fall, a group of local businesspeople formed the CEO Network of Rochester, associated with the national CEO Network based in Houston. Another gathering last ...

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RIT completes bond sale,
creates new MBA program

Rochester Institute of Technology has completed a $67 million bond sale, the largest in its history. The university also announced it is starting an MBA program in newspaper operations. Under the new dual B.A./MBA program–the only one of its kind–qualifying ...

Read More »

New professional groups gear up

Two new professional organizations have formed in Rochester. After a CEO Network Business Development Forum last fall, a group of local businesspeople formed the CEO Network of Rochester, associated with the national CEO Network based in Houston. Another gathering last ...

Read More »

Trade group taps
Summit’s Vadala

The president and CEO of Summit Federal Credit Union has been named a director of the National Association of Federal Credit Unions. The appointment puts Michael Vadala in position to help shape credit unions’ response nationally to an ongoing federal ...

Read More »