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Han-Tek acquires PowerLab Control Technologies

Victor-based Han-Tek Inc. has acquired PowerLab Control Technologies LLC, an industrial systems integrator based in North Carolina, for an undisclosed sum, the company said Tuesday.

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Bonadio joins Torvec board

Torvec Inc. has elected Thomas Bonadio to its board of directors. Bonadio is managing partner and CEO of the Bonadio Group, an accounting and financial services firm he founded in 1978.

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Veteran-Owned Businesses

The survey contacted veteran-owned businesses in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local full-time employees.

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Industry veteran loves running his own shop

  Andrew Molodetz’s interest in entrepreneurship can be traced back to when he was 5 years old and used to make snow shovels by nailing the lid of a coffee can onto the end of a stick. He would then ...

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Birds Eye HQ to shut by Jan. 1

  The former local headquarters of Birds Eye Foods Inc. will close at year’s end, its owners said this week. The company began shutting down the Penfield operation this year and will shutter it completely by year-end, Pinnacle Foods Group ...

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N.Y. manufacturers report conditions worsen

Conditions deteriorated in November for New York manufacturers, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey shows.

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Big contract leads to 20 new jobs at Ontario County firm

BEAR Power Supplies, a unit of Z-Axis Inc. in Phelps, Ontario County, is looking to increase its work force by 20 people to support a new contract with a customer in the medical device industry.

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Pactiv to drop from S&P 500

Pactiv Inc. will be replaced by Ingersoll-Rand PLC on the S&P 500 index, Standard & Poor's, a subsidiary of the McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., said this week.

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Xerox inks partnership with USTA

Xerox Corp. said Monday it has agreed to a five-year partnership with the United States Tennis Association to sponsor the U.S. Open and Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day starting in 2011.

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Firm adding 120 jobs by year’s end

  A distribution deal with a multibillion-dollar medical firm has led to nearly 200 new jobs and an expanded facility for a manufacturer based in Medina, Orleans County. Sigma International General Medical Apparatus LLC has increased its employment from 230 ...

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RF Communications gets $14M contract

Harris Corp.’s Rochester-based RF Communications division has been awarded a $14 million contact by the state of Vermont to deploy a statewide radio system for public safety first responders and state agencies.

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Gleason revs up revenues

Growth in the automobile industry, particularly in Asia and Eastern Europe, is helping Gleason Corp. grind out profits and grow its local operation, the Rochester-based firm’s leader says. The news is better today for one of Rochester’s oldest manufacturers, which ...

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