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CooperVision’s top local executive promoted (access required)

CooperCompanies recently announced two senior leadership changes, including the promotion of local executive Jerry Warner to president of CooperVision, effective Feb. 1.   Warner, the company’s top-ranking executive in Rochester, currently serves as CooperVision’s executive vice president, Americas and Global Commerical Functions.   In his new role, Warner will oversee ...

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Li-Cycle recognized for its sustainability efforts (access required)

Li-Cycle — a Canadian battery recovery manufacturer which opened its first U.S. operations in Rochester — has received accolades for its technology breakthroughs in the sustainability sector.   The company was named a winner on Fast Company’s inaugural “Next Big Things in Tech” list for its efforts ...

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CooperVision parent acquires life sciences company for $1.6 billion (access required)

CooperVision Inc. parent CooperCos. today said that it has signed a definitive purchase agreement to acquire Generate Life Sciences, a privately-held leading provider of donor egg and sperm for fertility treatments, fertility cryopreservation services and newborn stem cell storage. “This ...

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PrisAM wins $50,000 in FuzeHub competition (access required)

PrisAM LLC, which manufactures composite structures for the aerospace industry, was one of seven winners of $50,000 in the fifth annual FuzeHub Commercialization Competition. PrisAM is a member of Rochester Institute of Technology’s Venture Creations business incubator and aims to ...

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Premium Mortgage Corp. No. 1 on Chamber’s Top 100 list (access required)

Premium Mortgage Corp. was ranked No. 1 on the annual Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce Top 100 list of fastest-growing private companies. Founded in 1999 by Michael Donoghue and Alexia Barbarossa, Premium Mortgage Corp. provides residential mortgages across New York ...

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Garlock parent stock climbs on Q3 earnings results (access required)

EnPro Industries Inc., the parent company of Palmyra’s Garlock Family of Companies, on Friday reported strong third-quarter results, beating Wall Street expectations. For the quarter ended Sept. 30, the Charlotte, N.C., based manufacturer reported revenue of $283.1 million, up from ...

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Transcat sales, income soar in second quarter (access required)

Rochester’s Transcat Inc., a supplier of accredited calibration, repair, inspection and laboratory instrument services, on Tuesday reported a drastically improved second-quarter, beating analyst estimates. For the second quarter ended Sept. 25, Transcat reported sales of $50.3 million, up 21 percent ...

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VoicePort acquires Montreal firm (access required)

VoicePort, LLC, of Rochester, provider of customer self-service automation software to the subscription industry, has acquired Quebec-based Amalee Innovative Systems Design Inc. Both firms produce similar products, meaning the acquisition fits perfectly into VoicePort’s portfolio, the company said. “This acquisition ...

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Graham misses analysts’ expectations in Q2 (access required)

Batavia’s Graham Corp. on Wednesday reported a 22 percent growth in second-quarter sales, but a net loss for the quarter of $500,000. For the second quarter ended Sept. 30, the manufacturer posted revenues of $34.1 million, a $6.2 million increase ...

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Xerox beats Wall Street estimates on Q3 earnings (access required)

Xerox Holdings Corp. on Tuesday reported third-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ estimates but fell below sales predictions. For the quarter ended Sept. 30, the onetime document company reported revenues of $1.76 billion, compared with $1.78 in the third quarter last ...

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