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Morning Trail Mix
We all love yogurt as county-run nursing homes stare down the barrel
Good morning. Let's round out a busy week on the Innovation Trail with the Friday Mix.
Kodak stock up slightly following federal judge decision on two patents.
Governor Cuomo basically thinks that yogurt is awesome!
DOT announces $400,000 spend on Rochester downtown conversion project.
New York Association of Counties warns of impending crisis in County-run nursing homes.
The Economic Policy Institute a little more optimistic about the second half of 2012.
Unemployment up .1% but 163,000 jobs added in July (USA Today).
Kodak stock values rose by 27.5% by close of business after bankruptcy court judge clears the way for sale of disputed patents (Will Astor at the Rochester Business Journal).
The Destiny USA story lumbers along (Bob Neidt at The Post Standard).
And Kodak spinoff medical imaging company Carestream Health in strong position for the future according to Sean Lahman at the Democrat and Chronicle.
Sure its fun when kids and robots get together but summer fun can also point towards an enterprising future according to the robot geeks reported by Jeff Blackwell, Gannett.
New York Association of Counties warns of impending crisis in County-run nursing homes (Karen DeWitt and WXXI).
DOT announces $400,000 spend on Rochester downtown conversion project. (City of Rochester).
Odds and Ends
In shocking news, it appears that Syracuse is a good place to find a drink. (Geoff Herbert at The Post-Standard)
Climate change is being felt by those delicious bi-valve mollusks knows as oysters. (Jessica Camille Aguirre at NPR)