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Xerox sets pact with Fujitsu

Xerox Corp. today announced that its XSoft subsidiary has signed an agreement with Fujitsu Ltd. of Japan’s Fujitsu Middleware Division. The pact will let Fujitsu incorporate XSoft’s Information Visualizer technology into a Windows 95 version of Fujitsu’s OASYS-Win word-processing package.

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Firm launches employment site

Softech Information Systems Corp. has started a free, online job and resume posting service called the Internet Career Exchange. Several similar data bases are available on the Internet, but they usually charge a monthly, yearly or per-posting fee to an ...

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The Loop

Reaching for the Brown Ring Xerox, always on the jargon forefront, has coined a new nicety for the ugly business of firing workers. “Employment declined by 100 to 86,600 in the quarter,” a recent press release reads.

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The Loop

Reaching for the Brown Ring Xerox, always on the jargon forefront, has coined a new nicety for the ugly business of firing workers. “Employment declined by 100 to 86,600 in the quarter,” a recent press release reads. “An increase of ...

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Web Sights

Want some practical tips on how to deal with banks? Like when you call, you should ask for the president’s office, because his or her secretary will be able to help you much more than the receptionist? Or that you ...

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Hudson profit jumps in quarter

Hudson Hotels Corp. boosted earnings 108 percent in second-quarter results posted today. At the same time, however, the company’s profit for the first half of the year fell and sales were lackluster. For the quarter ended June 30, the budget-motel ...

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Ultralife Batteries
snags new contract

Ultralife Batteries Inc. has landed another juicy contract for its lithium batteries, the company announced today. Racal Electronics PLC placed $520,000 in orders for Ultralife High Rate lithium batteries, which will power respiratory-protection suits used by military personnel to protect ...

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Xerox rolls out new laser printers Xerox Corp. today unveiled two laser printers designed to “bridge the gap” between desktop and production check printing for workgroups and multiplatform enterprise networks. The Xerox 4220/MRP MICR and 4230/MRP MICR mid-range printers are ...

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Ultralife Batteries
snags new contract

Ultralife Batteries Inc. has landed another juicy contract for its lithium batteries, the company announced today. Racal Electronics PLC placed $520,000 in orders for Ultralife High Rate lithium batteries, which will power respiratory-protection suits used by military personnel to protect ...

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Hudson profit jumps in quarter

Hudson Hotels Corp. boosted earnings 108 percent in second-quarter results posted today. At the same time, however, the company’s profit for the first half of the year fell and sales were lackluster. For the quarter ended June 30, the budget-motel ...

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Web Sights

Want some practical tips on how to deal with banks? Like when you call, you should ask for the president’s office, because his or her secretary will be able to help you much more than the receptionist? Or that you ...

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Strong Memorial workers
ratify two-year deal

Strong Memorial Hospital employees have ratified a new two-year contract and canceled a one-day strike originally called for Monday. Nearly 900 hospital and University of Rochester Medical Center staff are covered by the agreement reached with Local 1199-Rochester. It is ...

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Rochester Blues affiliate
with Syracuse plan

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of the Rochester Area has affiliated with its counterpart in Syracuse, the plans announced today. Under the agreement approved by the organizations’ boards Thursday night, the Rochester plan and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of ...

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R.J. Russell Realtors
to file for bankruptcy

The Prudential R.J. Russell Realtors plans to file a petition under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The filing–by one of Rochester’s largest residential brokers–is expected to have a ripple effect whose scope can now only be guessed at ...

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Mamasan’s owner opens cafe Mamasan’s owner Be Walters has opened Mamacita’s Cafe at 581 E. Main St. Located just around the corner from Mamasan’s–a popular Vietnamese eatery–the new cafe features Southwestern-style fare prepared by an experienced Southwestern-cooking chef. Walters will ...

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