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DemocratandChronicle .com Thursday,October22,2015 Page9A WALL STREET BONUSES LIKELY TO BE SMALLER PAGE 4B Local news coming out ofthe business world. +3.8 Am .36 980 55.54 54.54 54.62 +.02 -11.1 BkofAm .20 64092 16.29 15.90 15.90 -.30 +.7 BkNYM .68 8266 41.73 40.81 40.84 -.41 -2.5 CIBER 100 3.55 3.44 3.46 -.03 +1.4 CmtyBS 1.24f 157 39.49 38.59 38.65 -.58 +38.9 Const Br A 1.24 722 137.46 135.26 136.31 +.41 -9.9 Cooper .06 599 147.08 143.68 146.12 +1.16 -27.1 Cor .48 9509 16.97 16.68 16.71 -.14 -48.7 144 .25 .23 .23 -.00 +18.3 1.92 1204 85.68 84.65 84.82 +.09 -9.0 tChem 1.60 802 70.95 68.92 69.02 -.92 -24.5 103 17.02 16.34 16.39 -.61 +12.8 1.32 1258 120.00 117.53 117.90 -1.53 -29.9 .80 121 45.13 43.99 44.02 -.85 -17.9 1.24 4591 30.85 30.38 30.46 -.12 -13.2 2.92 10240 81.15 80.11 80.21 -.62 -.5 Inst. .80 18 25.50 25.02 25.03 -.33 +23.1 .32 1619 10.62 10.36 10.38 -.21 -.6 .60 32230 15.69 15.35 15.41 +.03 -20.7 ontierCm .42 7446 5.37 5.28 5.29 -.03 +3.8 .64 695 14.82 14.49 14.79 +.19 +14.2 .92 64764 29.24 28.78 28.85 +.07 +1.5 1.44f 35218 35.87 34.72 35.42 +1.94 -27.5 303 66.66 65.08 65.16 -.93 -39.2 Corp .32 19 18.16 17.41 17.50 -.31 -17.6 HSBC 2.50e 1915 39.30 38.93 38.93 -.44 +4.4 2.00f 451 76.79 74.88 74.97 -1.33 -24.2 C 8 3.60 3.48 3.60 +.09 -3.9 1.28 482 76.37 74.31 74.79 -.10 -12.2 BM 5.20 6887 142.66 139.30 140.92 +.28 -.2 gCh 1.76 12078 62.96 62.05 62.06 -.46 -6.6 & 3.00 7059 98.22 97.07 97.63 +.04 -6.2 .30 14626 13.38 13.04 13.04 -.26 -11.8 -3 Com 2.60 361 112.73 111.31 111.35 +.69 -4.1 el3 2190 48.50 47.29 47.36 -.73 -8.3 &T Bank 2.80 1894 116.96 114.90 115.17 -.33 -44.8 & .64a 80 7.72 7.40 7.63 +.03 +22.5 .60 188 71.69 70.50 70.81 -.65 -21.1 2.52 1981 104.63 101.45 101.75 -.39 +9.0 1.68 1830 50.94 50.17 50.31 -.10 -30.7 Cp 4941 7.31 7.04 7.06 -.05 -46.0 Corp 982 11.90 11.61 11.68 +.03 -.5 32.00 -9.1 .42 19 25.55 24.92 24.92 -.49 +12.0 1.00 132 42.62 41.43 41.49 -.77 +4.7 1.20 3683 41.87 41.00 41.54 +.45 -2.1 .56 2383 25.44 24.83 24.99 -.05 +1.5 .60 4221 129.99 124.19 127.11 -1.51 +3.0 Corp (The) 1.34 868 42.21 41.53 41.54 -.57 +18.7 Cable 3.00 3102 188.08 180.32 180.44 -6.87 -3.6 1.68 15 54.84 53.22 53.29 -.83 -4.3 3 9.95 9.74 9.79 -.16 +100.6 43 6.39 6.15 6.28 -.07 -17.1 88395 148.66 88.50 118.61 -28.13 -4.1 onCm 2.26f 17001 45.71 44.71 44.86 -.38 -41.7 13 2.02 1.73 1.85 -.17 +9.4 73 4.89 4.75 4.77 -.07 -41.8 .60 2796 7.75 7.44 7.50 +.06 -26.7 .28 12160 10.31 10.13 10.16 -.052- ; - 52- ; - Cs; - 52 ; - 25% 52 50% 52 . - A ; - 12 ; - - s; . Burnham A 31.27 32.92 -.23 Burnham Indus. A 16.40 17.26 -.15 Clo A 21.22 22.46 -.21 Clo A 24.07 25.47 -.34 & o-Blend 17.92 17.92 -.12 & o-Blnd Cnsrv 13.07 13.07 -.02 & o-Blend 16.22 16.22 -.07 & o-Blend 13.04 13.04 -.04 AMT-F A 11.11 11.66 +.01 A 7.02 7.37 +.01 A 14.86 15.60 +.01 MunA 3.03 3.10 ... A 4.55 4.65 +.01 QCI QCI Balanced 10.47 10.47 -.04 Ire- c ently got a new laptop a nd b acked up the d ata from the old one to an external hard d rive. In fact there were probably at least two other PC backups o n the same external drive. So (consequently?) I had multiple backups of my iTunes music library stored t here as well. The problem now is that after retrieving the music from the external HD, most of my rather ext ensive iTunes music library (purchased and uploaded) appears m ultiple times, some albums each song appears up to four times. Others have more than o ne copy of the same album. In some case I’ve manually deleted t he excess files only to find the remaining files no longer play because t he source file cannot be located (paraphras- i ng). I hope there’s a way to consolidate the l ibrary without doing i t manually or deleting the affected ones and s tarting over. I’m run- n ing Windows 8.1, us- i ng the latest version o f iTunes just updated a day ago, HP Envy laptop, i7 processor, 12 G B RAM and a 1TB h ard drive. Ihope you can help! — John, Rochester John, this is actually afairly common prob- l em in iTunes. I admit to being a Google Music user, but iTunes seems t o have gotten more opaque and baroque for the average, non-expert user over time. First, you want to s how all of your duplicates. In Windows, hold down the Control and B keys on your keyboard to open the iTunes menu b ar if it’s not showing. Choose View > Show Duplicate Items. Sort by n ame or artist to group items together. Then use other columns to decide which duplicate to re- m ove (for example, one copy has a hundred plays, another has six). M atches are based on the song name and artist. If you have multiple v ersions of the same song (for example, live a nd studio versions, or versions from different a lbums), hold the Alt or O ption key (Mac) or the S hift key (Windows) and COMPUTERS Consolidating iTunes libraries in Windows SeeASK NICK,Page12A NICK FRANCESCO ASK NICK The abrupt departure of the chief executive officer. Allegations that files with confidential health information were stolen and a hard drive c opied. Claims that the information was used to solicit those customers to a new business. The details of the lawsuit filed by one licensed home care agency against eight former employees and another a gency read like a tale of corporate espionage. But t hey also explain a little- known aspect of care that can allow people with complex needs to s tay in their homes and maintain autonomy. On Tuesday, Angels in Your Home filed against All American Home C are, seeking damages f or actions including breaches of fiduciary duties, aiding and abetting breaches of fiduciary duties and unfair competi- t ion. S pecifically, the complaint filed in state Supreme Court seeks to stop All American from using any protected in- f ormation alleged to h ave been taken from Angels, stopping All American from contacting current or potential clients or care providers o f Angels and stopping “further acts of unfair competition.” T he lawsuit followed an announcement Sunday by the Center for Disability Rights, an advocacy group for people with disabilities that heard from its clients about a possible breach of personal information. T he case centers on two aspects of health care — home care and the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program — that may not be familiar to many people. Angels in Your Home and All American Home C are are licensed home care agencies, which are a uthorized by the state to provide nursing, personal care, housekeeping and other health and soc ial services to clients. Some of those customers are eligible for the CDPAP program, which allows individuals to hire t heir own care providers a s an alternative to skilled nursing facilities. In CDPAP, Medicaid reimburses for the services. T he improper use of i nformation about CDPAP clients and their care providers seems central to the lawsuit. The suit names Marco A ltieri, former CEOof A ngels in Your Home, and seven other former employees: Jean Pierre Garvey, former manager of human resources; Jai- d y Rosario-Delgado, for- Home care practices exposed Details of lawsuit read like atale of corporate espionage PATTI SINGER @PATTISINGERROC SeeDETAILS,Page12A Taken by itself, the news was cheery: there are thousands of good- p aying jobs available in the Rochester area as well as a full scope of p lacement and training services to help get people into them. I t’s the rest of the picture that’s the problem. Companies can’t find q ualified candidates to fill those openings, particularly in middle-skills work. And the agencies that do work around w orkforce development aren’t well coordinated. That was part of the m essage Wednesday at a hearing in front of the state Senate task force on w orkforce development. Its co-chairman, Jack Martins of Long Island, was at the Laborers Local 4 35 office off Railroad Street along with local Sens. Rich Funke and Joe R obach. They heard from a slate of stakeholders, inc luding Rochester Business Association Presi- dent Robert Duffy and r epresentatives from Wegmans, Monroe Community College, Roches- t er Works and local labor leaders. Duffy, Funke and others drew an explicit connection between the w orker shortage and the poverty that prevents many Rochesterians f rom competing effectively for those jobs. “We should not have SeeLABOR,Page12A Mixed signals on labor force Lots of jobs; too few qualified JUSTIN MURPHY @CITIZENMURPHY State Sen. Rich Funke, R-Fairport By year’s end, two new businesses will have a downtown store and free rent for a year. R ochester’s Young Entrepre- n eurs Academy has named its five finalists for the Race for the Space competition. The finalists will pitch their business ideas to a panel of experienced business owners t his Friday and the panel will name the winner that night. Meanwhile, a second competi- tion called Retailent Rochesterhas n amed seven semifinalists with plans to name a winner in December. The Race for the Space winner will get free rent at 127 East Ave. w hile the Retailent Rochester win- n er gets the same deal at 155 St. Paul St. Gayle Jagel, YEA’s CEO, said the five finalists came from a surprising pool of applicants “well into t he double digits.” Jagel wouldn’t reveal how many total applied. “We were so surprised that we got more applicants than we pro- j ected because this is our first time,” she said. Jagel said she’s expecting 500 people to attend Friday’s event, which is at 5 p.m. at 60 Brown’s R ace in High Falls. The audience g ets to vote for a winner; the most popular vote-getter will factor into the judges’ decision. Soon after announcing the winner, construction workers will s pruce up 127 East Ave. so the busi- KHRISTOPHER J BROOKS/@AMERICANGLOW/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER This space at 127 East Ave. is where the first Race for the Space winner will have its business with free rent for one year. COMPETITIONS NEARING THE END Race for the Space winner to be announced Friday KHRISTOPHER J BROOKS @AMERICANGLOW SeeCONTESTS,Page16A ROCBusiness

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