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Want to win a restaurant? If you can write an essay describing your brainstorm for a hot eatery, you just might win a restaurant. Korso Cafe in San Francisco is sponsoring the contest and outlines the rules and prizes at ...

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Brucks Consultants acquired by Massachusetts firm Brucks Consultants Inc., a technical staffing firm in Rochester, has been acquired by Centennial Associates Inc. of Peabody, Mass. Privately owned Centennial said the Rochester acquisition is part of a national expansion to broaden ...

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API, Amarel
retires

The founder and chairman of Fairport-based Amarel Precision Instruments has retired and handed the reins to the company’s president and CEO. Willard Hunter adds the chairman’s duties to his other responsibilities, replacing John Amarel. Amarel had announced his plans to ...

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Saddock dies

Former Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. chairman Harry Saddock died Sunday at age 68. Saddock served as RG&E chairman and CEO from 1988 to 1991. He retired Jan. 1, 1992, for health reasons. A lifelong employee of the Rochester utility, ...

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Saddock dies

Former Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. chairman Harry Saddock died Sunday at age 68. Saddock served as RG&E chairman and CEO from 1988 to 1991. He retired Jan. 1, 1992, for health reasons. A lifelong employee of the Rochester utility, ...

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API, Amarel
retires

The founder and chairman of Fairport-based Amarel Precision Instruments has retired and handed the reins to the company’s president and CEO. Willard Hunter adds the chairman’s duties to his other responsibilities, replacing John Amarel.

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Health systems revamping
names

The name game has begun. Three months after Park Ridge Health System Inc. and St. Mary’s Hospital became the St. Mary’s-Park Ridge Health System Inc., another name change has taken place. The hospitals and their long-term-care and ancillary services now ...

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Xerox to buy out
Delphax partners

Xerox Corp. has signed a non-binding letter of intent buy out its two partners in Delphax Systems. Xerox owns a one-third interest in the firm, an approximately $42 million manufacturer of high-speed laser printing equipment based in Randolph, Mass. Selling ...

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Harris Black recruits
ex-Kodak Palermo

Harris Black International Inc. has hired Peter Palermo as its senior vice president and chief marketing officer. Harris Black was formed when Gordon S. Black Corp. acquired Louis Harris & Associates from Gannett Corp. last year. This spring, the international ...

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EDS stock takes a nosedive Electronic Data Systems Corp.’s stock fell 23 percent this morning, a day after the company reported first-quarter earnings that were well below Wall Street expectations. The company also said it may eliminate up to 9,000 ...

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Harris Black recruits
ex-Kodak Palermo

Harris Black International Inc. has hired Peter Palermo as its senior vice president and chief marketing officer. Harris Black was formed when Gordon S. Black Corp. acquired Louis Harris & Associates from Gannett Corp.

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Xerox to buy out
Delphax partners

Xerox Corp. has signed a non-binding letter of intent buy out its two partners in Delphax Systems. Xerox owns a one-third interest in the firm, an approximately $42 million manufacturer of high-speed laser printing equipment based in Randolph, Mass. Selling ...

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Health systems revamping
names

The name game has begun. Three months after Park Ridge Health System Inc. and St. Mary’s Hospital became the St. Mary’s-Park Ridge Health System Inc., another name change has taken place. The hospitals and their long-term-care and ancillary services now ...

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Underberg & Kessler
taps Crowe

John Crowe is the new managing partner of Underberg & Kessler LLP. Crowe, a senior real-estate lawyer, is stepping down as chairman of the firm’s real estate law practice group during his two-year term as managing partner. However, he plans ...

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ACC stock hammered
in heavy trading

A day after announcing that first-quarter earnings increased 373 percent, ACC Corp.’s stock plummeted some 27 percent. It was trading at $16.50 a share at 2 p.m., down from Wednesday’s close of $22.50. Shortly after 1 p.m., company officials released ...

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