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EMA Design acquires Alabama company

EMA Design Automation Inc. has acquired Accelerated Designs Inc., adding its 7.2 million-part database to its offering for clients, officials announced Tuesday.

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Harris units here post mixed results for fourth quarter

Florida-based Harris Corp. on Tuesday reported mixed results at its local units for the fourth-quarter, with the communications segment posting drops in year-over-year sales and operating income, while the space and intelligence systems segment reported increases in each.

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Xerox tops Q2 expectations, gives update on planned split

Shares of Xerox Corp. were up Friday afternoon after the company beat Street estimates on second-quarter earnings per share and announced updated plans on its progress toward separating into two independent publicly traded companies.

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Food and Beverage Manufacturers

Information was provided by representatives of companies who responded to an email survey, and from other sources. The survey area included Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans, and Wayne counties.  Ranked by number of local employees. 2016 Rank Company name 1  ...

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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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Next Xerox CEO highlights key role of Rochester-area operations

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On his first business trip since being named the next CEO of Xerox Corp., Jeff Jacobson visited Monroe County to meet with employees and customers and to underscore the importance of local operations to the company.

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Jacobson named to become CEO of Xerox after company splits

Xerox Corp. has named Jeff Jacobson to become its CEO following the completion of the company’s planned separation into two publicly traded companies. He currently serves as president of Xerox Technology.

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Communications Systems receives $1.7 billion contract

Harris Corp.’s Communications Systems business in Rochester has received a contract for up to $1.7 billion from the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command to supply secure tactical communication products.

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Rochester Top 100: International sales pump up manufacturer

A focus on innovation has helped Liberty Pumps Inc. succeed. Charles Cook, president and CEO, said the company pays attention to what is in the market and what is needed. “Innovation sets us apart from the competition,” Cook said. Once ...

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