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Graham inks contracts worth $34M

Graham Corp. has been awarded more than $34 million in contracts, the Batavia firm announced Friday. The first is an order in excess of $25 million from Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding.

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Profit on tap for brewery

North American Breweries Inc., parent of Genesee Brewing Co. in Rochester, will make money this year for the first time since 2004 and is planning a variety of marketing initiatives for 2010, CEO Richard Lozyniak said this week. Lozyniak declined ...

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Manufacturer achieves profit despite down year

Despite a global recession and a projected drop in annual sales, the leaders of Durst Image Technology US LLC in Henrietta said it will post a profit this year and look to new products and an expanded market to boost ...

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Whitmore, Grace build a stake in Ultralife near 30%

By ANDREA DECKERT The head of the company that ranks as Ultralife Corp.’s largest shareholder has increased his position in the Newark firm. Filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission show that Bradford Whitmore, general partner of Illinois-based Grace Brothers ...

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Leader applies a measured approach

A figurine of "The Thinker" by the French sculptor Auguste Rodin sits perched and characteristically perplexed in the center of Charles Hadeed’s desk, symbolizing Hadeed’s own analytic personality. At the calibration and measurement company he leads, a pondering personality is ...

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SenDEC to expand, add 33 jobs

SenDEC Corp. will spend $412,000 for renovations and equipment for an additional 20,000 square feet of leased space at its Perinton Parkway location and plans to add 33 jobs to its work force of 143, officials announced Tuesday.

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Radio made by RF Communications gets award

Harris Corp.’s Unity XG-100 Full-Spectrum Multiband Radio, made by its Rochester-based RF Communications division, has received the Technology of the Year Award from the Software Defined Radio Forum Inc.

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Pfaudler marks 125th anniversary

Rochester-based Pfaudler Inc. was scheduled to celebrate its 125th year in business at its local operations Friday.

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Online job listings rebound

Rochester’s online help-wanted advertising rebounded slightly last month, mirroring regional and national trends, the Conference Board Inc. reported.

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Area’s hiring outlook grows gloomier

The hiring outlook among Rochester-area businesses has declined for the coming quarter, a Manpower Inc. poll of employer work force plans shows.

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Kodak selling OLED business

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Eastman Kodak Co. company Friday said it has agreed to a deal to sell its OLED displays business. It will sell substantially all the assets associated with organic light-emitting diodes to a group of LG Corp. companies. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

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Federal contracts shrink

The Rochester region racked up more than $500 million in federal contracts in fiscal 2009, thanks largely to work from the Department of Defense. The bulk of that went to a local military supply stalwart, Harris Corp.’s RF Communications division. ...

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