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SUNY Brockport MetroCenter joins MCC in Sibley Building

SUNY College at Brockport’s downtown MetroCenter classroom complex will now share space with Monroe Community College’s Damon City Campus, strengthening ties between the two institutions. SUNY Brockport has moved from the Temple Building on Franklin Street to the Sibley Building.

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Bausch revises year-end earnings outlook, projects slower growth

Bausch & Lomb Inc. has adjusted its year-end earnings estimate downward after projecting that third-quarter revenue growth will be in the range of 5 percent. The company’s outlook is negatively impacted by softness in sunglass sales, primarily in sunglass-specialty channels, ...

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Bausch revises year-end earnings outlook, projects slower growth

Bausch & Lomb Inc. has adjusted its year-end earnings estimate downward after projecting that third-quarter revenue growth will be in the range of 5 percent. The company’s outlook is negatively impacted by softness in sunglass sales, primarily in sunglass-specialty channels, ...

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SUNY Brockport MetroCenter joins MCC in Sibley Building

SUNY College at Brockport’s downtown MetroCenter classroom complex will now share space with Monroe Community College’s Damon City Campus, strengthening ties between the two institutions. SUNY Brockport has moved from the Temple Building on Franklin Street to the Sibley Building. ...

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Utilities get PSC’s ear
on IPP contracts

The state Public Service Commission is looking at proposals that would make it easier for public utilities to cut out independent power producer contracts. In a statement released yesterday, PSC Chairman John O’Mara echoed a song long sung by investor-owned ...

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Marine Midland to buy
First Federal Savings

Marine Midland Bank N.A. bulked up its presence in the Rochester market with today’s announcement that it plans to purchase First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Rochester for $620 million. Marine Midland plans to consolidate branches and jobs after ...

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Meath named Paychex corporate counsel Paychex Inc. has hired Brian Meath as corporate counsel. Before joining the firm, he was assistant general counsel at Fisons Corp. in Rochester. Ginna 1 unit back on line Rochester Gas and Electric Corp.’s Ginna ...

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Marine Midland to buy
First Federal Savings

Marine Midland Bank N.A. bulked up its presence in the Rochester market with today’s announcement that it plans to purchase First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Rochester for $620 million. Marine Midland plans to consolidate branches and jobs after ...

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Utilities get PSC’s ear
on IPP contracts

The state Public Service Commission is looking at proposals that would make it easier for public utilities to cut out independent power producer contracts. In a statement released yesterday, PSC Chairman John O’Mara echoed a song long sung by investor-owned ...

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High-tech execs split on race

When Xerox Corp. CEO Paul Allaire backed Bill Clinton for president yesterday, he and other high-tech business leaders said Clinton’s policies had helped their companies thrive. Yet high-tech executives in Rochester fall on both sides of the political fence. “I’ll ...

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Plaintiffs in Lloyds case
get restraining order

Lloyd’s of London syndicate members in Rochester have obtained an order in state Supreme Court here stopping the hoary English insurance company from taking any more of their money. State Supreme Court Justice Thomas Stander yesterday signed a temporary restraining ...

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Money ranks Geneseo 21st SUNY College at Geneseo earned the 21st spot on Money magazine’s annual list of the top 100 best college buys in the country. It is the seventh year in a row that SUNY Geneseo has appeared ...

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Plaintiffs in Lloyds case
get restraining order

Lloyd’s of London syndicate members in Rochester have obtained an order in state Supreme Court here stopping the hoary English insurance company from taking any more of their money. State Supreme Court Justice Thomas Stander yesterday signed a temporary restraining ...

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High-tech execs split on race

When Xerox Corp. CEO Paul Allaire backed Bill Clinton for president yesterday, he and other high-tech business leaders said Clinton’s policies had helped their companies thrive. Yet high-tech executives in Rochester fall on both sides of the political fence.

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Kodak unit to buy
Konica film labs

Eastman Kodak Co.’s Qualex Inc. subsidiary will buy two of Konica Corp.’s main U.S. film-developing laboratories. Konica today called the deal part of its own restructuring. The plants to be acquired by Qualex are in Connecticut and Virginia, the Japanese ...

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