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Pike Co. names new president

William Tehan has been named president of the Pike Co. Inc., effective immediately, the Rochester company announced Wednesday.

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Xerox and Conduent split, begin trading separately

Xerox Corp. on Tuesday reported the completion its separation of Conduent Inc., creating two publicly traded companies. In Monroe County, Xerox employs some 5,500 workers; Conduent has slightly more than 600 local employees.

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Empire Precision Plastics makes assets buy

Empire Precision Plastics will add jobs and services as a result of its assets’ purchase of Advanced Mold & Tooling Inc. in Gates. The deal also expands the Rochester-based Empire Precision’s tooling and manufacturing capabilities and increases its ability to ...

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Analysts expect jump in profits, sales in Q3

Analysts expect Constellation Brands Inc. to report increases in year-over-year sales and profit when the wine, beer and spirits business reports its third-quarter financial earnings Thursday. Analysts polled by Zacks Investment Research expect the Victor-based firm to report earnings per ...

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Morgan adds to portfolio

Morgan Management LLC is continuing to expand its local portfolio, buying a building in the city and gearing up to open residential communities this year throughout Monroe County. The Pittsford-based firm is finalizing the purchase of 180 Charlotte St., company ...

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Travelers with special needs have a friend

Nicole Thibault often heard that a number of families who had children with special needs were not taking vacations because it was just too difficult. One of the main concerns was uncertainty about finding appropriate accommodations. As a parent of ...

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State funds awarded to improve area homes

Nearly $8 million in funds was awarded this week from a state agency to construct, rehabilitate and improve the homes of 295 income-eligible families across New York.

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FLCC to hold info sessions for training courses

Finger Lakes Community College will serve as host for information sessions in January for two courses that train people in skills in demand among advanced manufacturers in the region.

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Broadtree buys multifamily community in Atlanta area for $23.5M

Broadtree Residential, a private real estate investment trust managed by Broadstone Real Estate LLC, has acquired Somerset at the Crossings, a 264-unit multifamily community in Tucker, Ga., for $23.5 million.

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Taylor constructing Chili medical facility

Taylor, the Builders, has landed a contract to build the Fresenius Medical Care outpatient dialysis center on Scottsville Road in Chili. Construction is underway.

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Firm blasts part of past at N.Y. park

A local firm’s work helping to renovate a Victorian Era structure at Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park in Canandaigua is leading to more jobs in the historic renovation arena. Sandman’s Sandblastings & Coatings in Manchester, Ontario County, reset ...

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Tech firm D4 expands here

One of the area’s fastest-growing firms is taking steps that will help grow its operations in Rochester. D4 LLC, a provider of discovery management, computer forensics and litigation support services, plans to occupy space in the Kirstein Building at 234-250 ...

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Vanpool program for del Lago employees set

Del Lago Resort & Casino in Tyre, Seneca County, is partnering with the city of Rochester and vRide Inc. to offer a vanpool program to employees who need rides for work to and from the soon-to-open venue.

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