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Gleason gears up growth

Gleason Corp. is adding employees at its Rochester headquarters. The manufacturer has quietly but steadily increased its local workforce by more than 150 people in the past 18 months and is looking to add 40 more.   "We are a ...

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Rochester sales deliver growth for Canadian firm

Sales at its U.S. headquarters in Rochester are driving growth for CentriLogic Inc., a Canadian firm.   The Toronto-based data center firm now has some 25 workers in Rochester, up from two when it began, said Robert Offley, president and ...

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Windstream reports loss in Q4

Arkansas-based Windstream Corp., which closed on its $2.3 billion acquisition of Paetec Holding Corp. in December, Wednesday reported a significant fourth quarter net loss.

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RF Communications showcases new networking system

Harris Corp.’s RF Communications in Henrietta Wednesday unveiled the Harris Falcon networking system. It is being touted as the first end-to-end system for connecting warfighters in the field to the tactical cloud.

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RF Communications unveils tablet product

Harris Corp.’s Henrietta-based RF Communications division introduced Monday the Harris Ruggedized Tablet, a secure, portable device that delivers a smartphone-like service to military personnel and first responders who require secure real-time information to execute their missions.

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Kodak to phase out digital cameras, frames

Eastman Kodak Co. on Thursday said it plans to phase out its digital cameras, pocket video camera and digital picture frames business.  It plans to phase out the business during the first half.

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Kodak puts off plans to preferred suppliers

Eastman Kodak Co. has indefinitely put off plans to create a two-tier system for paying its U.S. trade suppliers in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

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RF Communications receives $65 million order

Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division has received a $65 million order from an international customer to deliver a range of capabilities from its high-frequency and multiband radios.

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Kodak’s growth and decline: a timeline


For more than a century, Eastman Kodak Co. has dominated Rochester’s business landscape and been one of the world’s most recognizable brands.

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