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PROFILE: He sticks to the basics to fuel growth

  Stephen LeBrun is a man of few words, but when the focus turns to his product and the automotive industry, he opens up. "Toyota is a great brand," says the 49-year-old co-owner of LeBrun Toyota Scion, "in spite of ...

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Minority-Owned Businesses

Information was provided by minority-owned firms, the survey area was Monroe, Genesee , Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local full-time employees. 

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Ultralife gets defense order, contract

Ultralife Corp. has received an order worth roughly $2.5 million for its Land Warrior batteries and chargers from the U.S. Defense Department.

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IEC appoints new CFO

IEC Electronics Corp. has named a new chief financial officer, effective immediately.

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Analysts seek details on growth plans at Harris RF

  How Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division in Rochester will sustain its impressive growth is one topic on the minds of analysts expected to attend the company’s meeting with analysts here next week. The division has been a shining star ...

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Fifth-generation leader guides firm’s track

The framed pictures of the various leaders of Star Headlight & Lantern Co. Inc. are displayed prominently on a wall of the building’s lobby. While it is not unusual for local businesses to honor their leaders in such a way, ...

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Mott’s workers head to company’s annual meeting

Union members at the Mott’s apple products plant in Williamson, Wayne County, are addressing management at parent company Dr Pepper Snapple Inc.’s annual shareholders meeting in Texas on Thursday, three days before the company plans to implement new contact terms that the union said cuts pay and benefits.

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Union at Mott’s to decide on calling a strike

The union representing workers at the Mott’s apple products plant in Williamson, Wayne County, will decide in the upcoming days whether to go on strike after parent company Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. said it would implement new employment terms after contract negotiations stalled.

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Conditions still improving for manufacturers, survey finds

Conditions for New York manufacturers continued to improve—for a 10th consecutive month—in May, albeit at a slower pace than in April, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey shows.

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Private-Sector Employers, Part 2

Information was provided by individual organizations that responded to an e-mail or telephone survey, in addition to SEC fillings and other sources. The survey area was Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties.

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Private-Sector Employers, Part 1

Information was provided by individual organizations that responded to an e-mail or telephone survey, in addition to SEC fillings and other sources. The survey area was Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleand and Wayne counties. 

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RF Communications names president of unit

Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division in Rochester has named a president of its public safety and professional communications business.

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