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LeChase promotes Mack to president

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William Mack, left, became president this week. With him are Chairman Wayne LeChase, center, and CEO William Goodrich, right. (Photo courtesy of LeChase Construction Services) The area’s largest commercial builder, LeChase Construction Services LLC, has a new president. William Mack ...

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Interest in Auburn Creek runs high, meets need

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Design Auburn Creek will feature 23 apartment buildings with two-and three bedroom units when finished. (Rendering courtesy of James Fahy)   Work is underway on a $25 million luxury apartment complex in Victor, Ontario County. Auburn Creek Apartments LLC, a ...

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OLEDWorks receives NYSERDA funding

Rochester-based OLEDWorks LLC was one of 11 firms statewide to receive funding from the New York State Research and Development Authority to help increase the energy efficiency of buildings.

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Frontier CEO joins Constellation Brands board

Constellation Brands Inc. said Friday its board of directors increased the size of the board from nine to 10 members, electing Daniel McCarthy, Frontier Communications Corp. president and CEO, as its newest member.

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Xerox plans to lay off 3,000 workers companywide

Xerox Corp. said Friday it plans to decrease its companywide workforce by some 3,000 employees this year as part of a restructuring effort on the services side of the business.

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Photonics win big for region

Rochester will be the headquarters of a federal photonics manufacturing institute that could mean many jobs for local optical firms and the region. The site, which will serve as a hub for integrated photonics research and work that comes out ...

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LiDestri plans $6M expansion, to add 29 jobs

LiDestri Food & Beverage is expanding its operations, creating a wholly owned subsidiary called Finger Lakes Fresh Press that will help bring fresher foods with longer shelf lives to the market. The operation, available mostly to food and beverage manufacturers ...

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