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Pro-Mold growing again after refocusing efforts

When Pro-Mold Inc. bought the mold division of Liberty Precision Industries Ltd. in 2000, its 24-person work force jumped by 18 and its customer base expanded. It was a good move for Pro-Mold, President Michael Jelfo said. The business did ...

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Lumetrics raising venture capital to fund expansion

Lumetrics Inc. is seeking $600,000 in venture capital to increase its product development and marketing efforts. The 2-year-old company recently met with venture capitalists to generate interest in its product, the DI 330 Optigauge Film Thickness Measurement System. The high-precision, ...

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Monroe Fund investments nourish growth at startups

Christopher Campbell truly appreciates the value of hard-to-get venture capital. “It’s absolutely crucial,” says Campbell, founder and CEO of Connected Energy Corp. “As a small company, you’re trying to grow and when you’re growing something, you need a little fertilizer.” ...

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Corning employees receive bonuses

Employees at Corning Inc.’s headquarters today will get bonus checks totaling more than $20 million. Payouts will range from 4.43 to 9.66 percent of an employee’s annual salary. The size of the individual bonuses depends on the 2004 performance of ...

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Corning employees receive bonuses

Employees at Corning Inc.’s headquarters today will get bonus checks totaling more than $20 million. Payouts will range from 4.43 to 9.66 percent of an employee’s annual salary.

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Stantec posts higher sales in Q4

Stantec Inc., which acquired the Sear Brown Group Inc. late last year, reported increased sales today for its fourth quarter. The Edmonton, Canada, company logged $127 million in revenues in the quarter, a 13.8 percent increase over a year ago. ...

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JML Optical leaving city for Pittsford facility

Rochester-based JML Optical Industries Inc. will move later this year to a larger facility in Pittsford and plans to add employees because of increased sales. The company may also donate the current site for an industrial incubator. The private company, ...

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JML Optical leaving city for Pittsford facility

Rochester-based JML Optical Industries Inc. will move later this year to a larger facility in Pittsford and plans to add employees because of increased sales.

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Stantec posts higher sales in Q4

Stantec Inc., which acquired the Sear Brown Group Inc. late last year, reported increased sales today for its fourth quarter.

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Pathfinder work on InfoTonics is cited

Rochester-based Pathfinder Engineers LLP is a finalist in the American Council of Engineering Excellence Awards competition for designing the Infotonics Technology Center Inc. in Canandaigua. The company worked with scientists and staff at Infotonics to create a flexible clean-room facility ...

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Lapp Insulator to transfer Georgia operations to LeRoy

LeRoy-based Lapp Insulator Co. LLC plans to manufacture more products at its local facility, following a decision to reposition its manufacturing plant in Sandersville, Ga. Expected to occur in May, the move will change the Georgia facility from a manufacturing ...

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Lapp Insulator to transfer Georgia operations to LeRoy

LeRoy-based Lapp Insulator Co. LLC plans to manufacture more products at its local facility, following a decision to reposition its manufacturing plant in Sandersville, Ga.

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Pathfinder work on InfoTonics is cited

Rochester-based Pathfinder Engineers LLP is a finalist in the American Council of Engineering Excellence Awards competition for designing the Infotonics Technology Center Inc. in Canandaigua.

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Ultralife wins contract with military

Ultralife Batteries Inc. has been awarded a five-year production contract by the U.S. Defense Department to provide more batteries to the military. The value of the contract—for Ultralife’s BA-5347/U non-rechargeable lithium-manganese dioxide batteries—could reach up to $15 million and represents ...

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Ultralife wins contract with military

Ultralife Batteries Inc. has been awarded a five-year production contract by the U.S. Defense Department to provide more batteries to the military.

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