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SPX amends credit facility for flexibility

SPX Corp. has amended its senior secured credit facility, which increases the company’s flexibility to use proceeds from asset dispositions. The amendment also adds the flexibility for the use of up to $1 billion of proceeds from the sale of ...

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Ultralife stock soars following deal

Shares of Ultralife Batteries Inc. stock soared some 25 percent by midday after the company received its largest contract ever. Ultralife (NasdaqNM: ULBI) was trading midday at $18.41, up from Wednesday’s close of $14.70. Ultralife and its U.K. subsidiary have ...

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Zotos to upgrade Geneva plant

Zotos International Inc. today said it will invest more than $15 million to renovate and upgrade its Geneva facility and add 40 jobs there over the next three years. To support the project, the company will receive a $100,000 capital ...

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Zotos to upgrade Geneva plant

Aided by a state grant and Empire Zone benefits, Zotos International Inc. today said it will invest more than $15 million to renovate and upgrade its Geneva facility and add 40 jobs over the next three years.

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Ultralife stock soars following deal

Shares of Ultralife Batteries Inc. stock soared some 25 percent by midday after the company received its largest contract ever. Ultralife was trading midday at $18.41, up from Wednesday’s close of $14.70.

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SPX amends credit facility for flexibility

SPX Corp. has amended its senior secured credit facility, which increases the company’s flexibility to use proceeds from asset dispositions.

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Sales tax to help Wayne schools

The Wayne County Board of Supervisors voted 10 to 5 this week to continue to give a portion of county sales tax revenue to local schools.

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SPX adds CEO to board, seeks others

SPX Corp. has appointed Christopher Kearney, president and CEO, to its board and has retained an outside firm to conduct a search for two additional independent directors. The search will begin immediately, SPX chairman Charles E. Johnson II said. The ...

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SPX adds CEO to board, seeks others

SPX Corp. has appointed Christopher Kearney, president and CEO, to its board and has retained an outside firm to conduct a search for two additional independent directors.

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Grant will aid cleanup of village site

The village of Manchester has been awarded $122,000 to clean up environmental contamination at the Frederick property, a gas station and auto repair facility from 1930 until the 1960s. The Ontario County village, which acquired the property in 1967, plans ...

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Grant will aid cleanup of village site

The village of Manchester has been awarded $122,000 to clean up environmental contamination at the Frederick property, a gas station and auto repair facility from 1930 until the 1960s.

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Controller resigns from Paychex; no successor names

Paychex Inc.’s controller Kathleen Browne resigned from the company this week-effective immediately. Paychex spokesperson Laura Saxby Lynch confirmed Browne resigned and no longer works at the company, but declined to comment further. The company disclosed the resignation in a filing ...

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Dutcher named head of Ontario GOP

Canandaigua attorney Jay Dutcher was selected as chairman of the Ontario County Republican Committee this week, succeeding Rick Herman who resigned after serving in the role some 10 years. Dutcher, who started his duties immediately, will finish the unexpired term ...

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SPX lowers its 2004 profit outlook

SPX Corp. on Friday reduced its 2004 profit outlook in part because of the previously announced sale of its fire systems business. The maker of power transformers and road compactors now expects segment income from continuous operations to be $486 ...

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SPX lowers its 2004 profit outlook

SPX Corp. on Friday reduced its 2004 profit outlook in part because of the previously announced sale of its fire systems business.

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