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A saucy start to ’17 Rochesterians will have a special reason to tune in to the 128th Rose Parade. The Ragu brand plans to kick off the celebration of its 80th year—2017—with a float in the parade that honors its ...

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Four more years With just under four years until the 2020 election, speculation already has begun to emerge on who might challenge Donald Trump to become leader of the free world. A pair of New Yorkers are among the possible ...

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Kodak posts profit in Q3

Eastman Kodak Co. on Wednesday reported net earnings attributable to common shareholders of $16 million for the third quarter, compared with a loss of $22 million a year ago.

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Pioneer couple On Sunday in San Francisco, a Rochester native was inducted posthumously into the National Sailing Hall of Fame along with her husband. Electa Johnson, known as “Exy,” and her husband, Irving, were sail training pioneers who circumnavigated the ...

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No. 1 for Top 100

Hamilton Stern Construction LLC has marked its meteoric climb by claiming the No. 1 position on the 2016 Rochester Chamber Top 100. The Pittsford firm, founded in 2010 by Justin Hamilton and Christopher Stern, soared to the top of this ...

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Haunted or just old? Upstate New York is a very scary place, at least according to one ranking. Nope, the ranking does not come from the Tax Foundation, which recently declared New York the second-worst tax climate for businesses in ...

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Kodak assets, Alibaba investment behind new e-commerce firm

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Eastman Kodak Co. announced Thursday that a new e-commerce company, eApeiron Partners LLC, has launched, created chiefly from some Kodak assets along with an investment from China-based Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

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Kodak calls drupa 2016 a success

Eastman Kodak Co. on Monday declared the drupa 2016 exhibition in Germany a resounding success, having reached its sales target on day seven and 181 percent of target on the final day of the event.

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Construction projects can move faster with prefabs

Construction firms are relying more on prefab components such as walls and electrical devices for their projects. The use of prefabs can cut a project’s cost and the time needed to complete it as well as render the worksite safer. ...

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