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New Wilmac president believes Rochester’s tech talent a key for company growth (access required)

As Wilmac enters its 66th year on the Rochester business landscape, new president Steve McDonnell Jr. has ambitious goals for the family-owned company. While revenue has been fairly steady over the past several years — and that's always better than declining — he believes growth of 20 percent is well within reason based on the products ...

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