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Harris completes $4.75 billion acquisition of Exelis

Harris Corp. completed its acquisition of Exelis Inc. on Friday. The deal combines two companies that together generate $8 billion in annual revenue and employ more than 3,200 workers in the Rochester region.

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Graham posts higher profit, sales in Q4

Graham Corp. on Friday reported an increase in fourth-quarter profit and sales, due in part to increasing sales in the refining and chemical/petrochemical markets. However, its stock slid and is trading near its 52-week low.

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Hospital looks ahead, plans for second phase

The $45 million second phase for the Golisano Children’s Hospital is slated to bring even more pediatric services under one roof. And with room for further expansion, the hospital is looking at even more services for children down the road. ...

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Ryco expands as demand grows

Ryco Management LLC has opened an Executive Suite Office Center at Powder Mill Office Park in Perinton to meet the growing demand for smaller executive offices. The company has been operating a similar executive suite office setting for more than ...

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RF Communications to get portion of $3.89B Army contract

Harris Corp.’s Rochester-based RF Communications business has been awarded a portion of a $3.89 billion, 10-year contract with the U.S. Army for its radios, Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-Perinton, announced.

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Uni-Pixel ends joint activities with Kodak

Uni-Pixel Inc. has ended its partnership with Eastman Kodak Co. Kodak plans to move forward on its own with the development of the touch screen technology.

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Xerox sales, profit down in Q1, matches expectations

Xerox Corp. stock was trading down roughly 10 percent Friday after the company reported first-quarter financial results in-line with analyst estimates, but saw profit and revenue decline. The company also lowered its outlook for earnings for the year.

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Schumer says DOT proposal would hurt area manufacturers

Sen. Charles Schumer is urging the U.S. Department of Transportation to reconsider and clarify a proposal that could hurt Rochester-area manufacturers of buses and trains and put hundreds of jobs at risk.

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