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New flex space in Farmington will feature latest safety measures (access required)

Jim Swetman had already been in front of the planning board, had secured the necessary approvals as well as a tax break, and was ready to sign the contract for construction of a new commercial real estate venture in Farmington. ...

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Schumer touts Genesee County mega site for semiconductor push (access required)

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer visited Genesee County on Friday to tout the Western New York Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) and his three-pronged push to jolt the U.S. semiconductor industry and the Upstate New York economy into high ...

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Transcat CFO to retire, new general counsel named (access required)

Transcat Inc. this week announced management changes included the retirement of Michael Tschiderer, vice president of finance and chief financial officer. Tschiderer plans to retire this fall and will support the transition to a new CFO. Transcat has initiated an ...

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Ultralife reports Q2 drop in earnings (access required)

Ultralife Corp. on Thursday reported a second-quarter decline in revenue, despite increases in two sales segments. The Newark battery maker reported revenue for the quarter ended June 30 of $28.6 million, down from $29.4 million in the year-ago quarter. Net ...

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Graham reports Q1 loss (access required)

Genesee County’s Graham Corp. on Thursday reported a $4 million decline in first-quarter sales and an 18-cent loss on the bottom line. For the quarter ended June 30, Graham reported revenues of $16.71 million, a 19 percent drop from $20.59 ...

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Kodak to begin making generic drugs; stock price triples (access required)

Eastman Kodak Co. shares (NYSE: KODK) tripled Tuesday on news that the photo giant will receive a $765 million loan from the U.S. International Development Finance Corp. to begin producing pharmaceuticals. Kodak stock closed at nearly $8 Tuesday, up from ...

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Xerox revenues slump in second quarter (access required)

Xerox Holdings Corp. on Tuesday reported a significant drop in second-quarter sales and earnings, falling short of Street estimates for revenues by $80 million. For the quarter ended June 30, the printer giant posted revenue of $1.47 billion, down $798 ...

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Transcat reports drop in Q1 sales, earnings (access required)

Transcat Inc., a Rochester-based provider of accredited calibration, repair, inspection and laboratory instrument services, this week reported an 8 percent drop in first-quarter sales and a more than 50 percent decline in net income. For the quarter ended June 27, ...

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Premier Packaging lands $24 million retail contract (access required)

Document Security Systems Inc. subsidiary Premier Packaging Corp. has signed a three-year, multimillion-dollar contract with one of the world’s largest retailers to supply photo mailing envelopes, folding cartons for prints and more. “This is a major win for Premier and ...

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Schumer introduces legislation to bolster semiconductor industry (access required)

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer has introduced bipartisan legislation that promises to bolster U.S. leadership in the microelectronics sector that could have implications for Rochester’s photonics and semiconductor industry. Citing concerns that China is catching up to the U.S. in microelectronics ...

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Optimation names new COO (access required)

Optimation Technology Inc. has named an industry veteran as its next COO. Wendy Smith brings more than three decades of plant operations and design and engineering services management experience to the role. She joined the company as mechanical and process ...

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