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The Loop

In what The Loop sees as a trend-setting move, Rochester Hearing & Speech Center goes where no annual report has gone before. “We who call ourselves the crew of Starship RHSC invite you to share the results of our journey ...

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ITALIAN FASHION-GOODS MAKER SUES MAY DEPARTMENT STORES An Italian fashion-goods maker says it is suing May Department Stores Co. for trademark infringement. Reuters reports that Salvatore Ferragamo Italia S.p.A. alleges that May and its divisions, Lord & Taylor and Hecht’s ...

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The Loop

In what The Loop sees as a trend-setting move, Rochester Hearing & Speech Center goes where no annual report has gone before. “We who call ourselves the crew of Starship RHSC invite you to share the results of our journey ...

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Workers’ comp reform uncertain

New York legislative leaders and Gov. George Pataki could reach a state budget agreement this week, says Assemblyman Joseph Morelle, D-Irondequoit. Agreement on workers’ compensation insurance reform, however, appears less certain at this point. After meeting with Assembly leaders this ...

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Cable competition heats up

Competition is heating up for local cable giant Time Warner Communications, as AT&T Corp. flexes its marketing muscle in a partnership with DirecTV Inc., a direct-broadcast satellite service. And Rochester Telephone Corp. could be entering the fray soon, too. An ...

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Cable competition heats up

Competition is heating up for local cable giant Time Warner Communications, as AT&T Corp. flexes its marketing muscle in a partnership with DirecTV Inc., a direct-broadcast satellite service. And Rochester Telephone Corp. could be entering the fray soon, too. An ...

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Village Green faces fiscal woes

The troubled Village Green Bookstore Inc. is not an ideal size or in an ideal location to compete effectively in today’s book-selling market, industry experts say. If it were a larger chain, even if it were regional, the company could ...

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Workers’ comp reform uncertain

New York legislative leaders and Gov. George Pataki could reach a state budget agreement this week, says Assemblyman Joseph Morelle, D-Irondequoit. Agreement on workers’ compensation insurance reform, however, appears less certain at this point. After meeting with Assembly leaders this ...

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Village Green faces fiscal woes

The troubled Village Green Bookstore Inc. is not an ideal size or in an ideal location to compete effectively in today’s book-selling market, industry experts say. If it were a larger chain, even if it were regional, the company could ...

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Web Sights

Have you had it with your boss and have no one to talk to about it? Tell your story to a sympathetic bunch on the Internet. My Boss is a site that subscribes to the point of view: “Whether yesterday, ...

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Web Sights

Have you had it with your boss and have no one to talk to about it? Tell your story to a sympathetic bunch on the Internet. My Boss is a site that subscribes to the point of view: “Whether yesterday, ...

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FRONTIER SIGNS WHOLESALE DEAL Frontier Corp. has snagged a new long-distance wholesale customer, the company announced today. Frontier inked a three-year, multimillion-dollar contract with TTI Telecommunications Inc., a long-distance reseller based in Seattle. On a wholesale basis, Frontier will sell ...

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