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SiGNa Chemistry marks opening at Eastman Business Park

SiGNa Chemistry Inc. marked the grand opening of its chemical manufacturing plant and technical center at Eastman Business Park on Thursday, highlighting the company’s role in the growing high-technology manufacturing and energy industries here.

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Communications Systems receives $1.7 billion contract

Harris Corp.’s Communications Systems business in Rochester has received a contract for up to $1.7 billion from the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command to supply secure tactical communication products.

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Ohio firm acquires certain Rochester Midland assets


Rochester Midland Corp. has agreed to sell its feminine care, toilet seat cover and food service paper business to Impact Products LLC of Ohio, effective July 1, the company announced Wednesday.

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Harris segment contract worth up to $1.7 billion, Schumer says

Harris Corp.’s Rochester-based Communication Systems’ segment was awarded a contract worth up to $1.7 billion through the U.S. Foreign Military Sales program, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., announced Friday.

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Compensation declines for Graham CEO

James Lines, Graham Corp.’s president and CEO, saw a decrease in his total compensation for fiscal 2016, a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission shows.

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Exhibition is set for The Metropolitan

Local artists Nate Hodge and Cordell Cordaro, in conjunction with Gallina Development Corp., will hold a pop-up exhibition at The Metropolitan (formerly Chase Tower), beginning with a free event from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday with the artists at the downtown building. 

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Well-known pollster gives election insights

If America was holding the same presidential race it is today in 1968, John Zogby believes there already would be widespread rioting. “This isn’t going to be a pleasant election because the stakes are so high,” said Zogby, a public ...

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Seneca Foods shares up after report on Q4

After reporting an increase in fourth-quarter profit and revenues, Seneca Food Corp.’s stock rose through the following week more than 8 percent. Midweek, its shares (NasdaqGS: SENEA) were trading around $35.40, up from a closing price of $32.58 on June ...

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Xerox names CEO for business process outsourcing firm

Ashok Vemuri will become CEO of the business process outsourcing company upon the completion of the separation of Xerox Corp. into two publicly traded companies, Xerox announced Tuesday.

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$100 million first phase of Sibley Square project kicks off


Developers of the Sibley building, now called Sibley Square, held a groundbreaking event at the downtown site Monday. The $100 million first phase of the $200 million redevelopment project includes the construction of 96 apartments, retail, office space, senior living residences and a rehabilitation of the facade and windows.

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