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Creating the right tonic for the area’s success

When David Smith attended a meeting of the Optoelectronics Industrial Development Association in Washington, D.C., nearly five years ago, he was surprised to learn no representatives from Rochester-or even any from New York-were included in a group looking to create ...

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Big or small, they are in safe hands

For Frances Youney, president of C.Y. Concepts Inc., your safety is her only business. C.Y. Concepts is a safety consulting company that for nearly two decades has helped to reduce accidents, injuries, Occupational Safety & Health Administration fines and workers’ ...

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Ultralife gets $2.2 million battery order

Ultralife Batteries Inc. has received a $2.2 million order from the Department of Defense for its military battery. The order represents another release under Ultralife’s Next Gen II small cylindrical battery contract, company officials said. Deliveries are expected to begin ...

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Ultralife gets $2.2 million battery order

Ultralife Batteries Inc. has received a $2.2 million order from the Department of Defense for its military battery. The order is another release under Ultralife’s Next Gen II small cylindrical battery contract.

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Infotonics Center shows areas of research efforts

Inventions that could help with homeland security and help detect the early stages of cancer were highlighted this week by the Infotonics Technology Center Inc. University Days, an annual review of Infotonics-sponsored university research, was held at the Lodge at ...

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Wisconsin firm acquires maker of stadium carts

A Wisconsin firm has acquired a controlling interest in Corsair Display Systems Inc., a manufacturer of custom carts and kiosks in Canandaigua. Corsair will operate as a stand-alone subsidiary of the Vollrath Co. LLC, based in Sheboygan, Wisc., said Thomas ...

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Defense remains vital to RF Communications

Working with the U.S. Department of Defense on issues such as homeland security will continue to be a top priority for Dana Mehnert and those at the RF Communications division of Harris Corp. Mehnert recently was appointed vice president and ...

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Corning to keep presence; expansion here unlikely

Corning Inc. will continue to be a presence in the Rochester area through Corning Tropel and the Infotonics Technology Center Inc., but the Southern Tier firm has no plans to expand here, a top company executive said this week. James ...

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Ontario County budget has tax hike

The Ontario County Board of Supervisors last night adopted the 2005 county budget, which carries a 1.7 percent property tax increase. Spending grew roughly 8.5 percent in the $147 million budget. The tax levy is up nearly 9 percent, from ...

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Ontario County budget has tax hike

The Ontario County Board of Supervisors last night adopted the 2005 county budget, which carries a 1.7 percent property tax increase.

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IEC returns to profitability in Q4

IEC Electronics Corp. posted a slight profit its fiscal 2004 fourth quarter, but a net loss for the year. The Newark, Wayne County-based company reported net income of $62,000, or 1 cent a share, on revenues of $7.7 million for ...

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State, Cayuga nation settle land claim

After decades of litigation, a settlement agreement has been reached between the state and the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York to settle the Cayuga Indian Land Claim, develop a Catskills casino and establish retail tax parity, Gov. George Pataki ...

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Graham reports lower sales for quarter

Graham Corp. posted lower sales, but a higher profit—including a one-time gain—for its fiscal 2005 second quarter. The Batavia-based company logged sales of $10.9 million for the quarter ended Sept. 30, compared with $12.6 million a year ago. Net income, ...

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Graham reports lower sales for quarter

Graham Corp. posted lower sales but a higher profit—including a one-time gain—for its fiscal 2005 second quarter.

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State, Cayuga nation settle land claim

After decades of litigation, a settlement agreement has been reached between the state and the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York to settle the Cayuga Indian Land Claim, develop a Catskills casino and establish retail tax parity.

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