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Ultralife posts Q4 net profit; stocks rise

Ultralife Batteries Inc. reported a 22 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenues, but a greater operating loss than a year ago. Shares of Ultralife (Nasdaq: ULBI) were trading midday Thursday at $14.10, up nearly 6 percent.

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Are there enough fans in Rochester for 7 pro sports teams?

It hasn’t even been three years — July 2005, to be exact—since Rochester, the Flower City, our city, was named the No. 1 minor league sports market in the country by Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal. That’s when the ...

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VirtualScopics revenues up

VirtualScopics Inc. reported a 24 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenues and forecasts double-digit revenue growth in 2008. The medical image analysis firm released its fourth-quarter earnings report after markets closed Wednesday. VirtualScopics posted a net loss of $1.1 million, or ...

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Schools appeal F.A.I.R. decision

Attorneys representing suburban school districts charged Monroe County with discriminating against the schools in approving a plan that shifts sales-tax revenue to the state to pay for Medicare costs. Attorneys for the school districts and for Monroe County appeared Thursday ...

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Lake Ave. cemetery expands to Henrietta

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is expanding Henrietta, at the corner of Pinnacle and Williams roads. The private purchase of 109 acres occurred in 2006 and was given final approval by the Henrietta Planning Board this month. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is an ...

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Xerox honors Rochester Software Associates Inc.

Rochester Software Associates Inc. has received the 2007 Production Systems Group Software Partner of the Year award from Xerox Corp. The local company was cited by Xerox (NYSE: XRX) for providing customers in vertical markets, such as health care and ...

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Kodak, Wal-Mart join to launch national recycling program

Eastman Kodak Co. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Wednesday announced the launch of a national program to recycle used materials from in-store picture kiosks. The recycling program is underway at about 4,100 Wal-Mart stores and Sam’s Clubs in the U.S. that ...

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$2.5M to benefit Cornell Technology Park in Geneva

A $2.5 million Restore New York state grant will benefit two businesses at the Cornell Agriculture & Food Technology Park in Geneva. The money is being used to redevelop properties at the Seneca Army Depot in Seneca County. Some of ...

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Lake Ave. cemetery expands to Henrietta

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is expanding Henrietta, at the corner of Pinnacle and Williams roads. Its current location is at 2461 Lake Avenue in Rochester.

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Engineering firm names COO, plans to add 50 jobs

Erdman Anthony and Associates Inc. has appointed a new chief operating officer, the local design firm announced Wednesday, and a new organization that will add more than 50 positions this year.

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