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Ultralife members to leave board, filing shows

Two members of Ultralife Corp.’s board of directors will not stand for re-election at the company’s annual meeting this summer, the Newark firm said in a document filed Wednesday with the Securities & Exchange Commission.

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North American Breweries to brew new beer here, add jobs

Buffalo-based Labatt USA is introducing a new beverage next month that will be made at the Genesee Brewing Co. in Rochester, and is hiring new workers for a third shift, officials announced Wednesday.

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Programs, incentives assist manufacturing companies

The manufacturing sector in the Rochester region has shrunk over the years as new technologies emerge and service industries gain strength. But economic development agencies underscore the need to help manufacturers and to continue programs that offer incentives for employment. ...

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Kraft Foods, theater to get state grants

The village of Mount Morris will get state funding of $433,500 to restore the New Family Theater, and Kraft Foods Inc. will get $125,000 to build a new production line in Avon, Empire State Development Corp. officials announced Friday.

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Lobozzo back as JML head

Joseph Lobozzo, founder of JML Optical Industries Inc., is back at the company’s helm after stepping away from his duties as president for roughly eight months for health and family reasons. Lobozzo, 66, remained chairman but spent part of last ...

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Caldwell growing after moving manufacturing

It has been roughly one year since Caldwell Manufacturing Co. announced it was ending manufacturing operations here. But the Ogden-based firm is continuing to grow, focusing on new product development and expanding its geographic reach, while placing a local emphasis ...

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Manufacturers report improving conditions

Conditions for New York manufacturers improved at a healthy pace in February, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey shows.

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Pride Signs shuts down manufacturing here

Pride Signs USA had shuttered its local manufacturing operations, moving them to the company’s Canadian headquarters, but will keep a sales office in the area, management said.

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CEO finds booming demand for products

Some might consider William Hurley’s biggest issue-managing the pace of his firm’s growth-a good one to have to tackle. Since he started Rochester Precision Optics out of the ashes of an Eastman Kodak Co. operation four years ago, sales have ...

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Graham pumps capital into plant upgrades

Graham Corp. has reduced its local work force over the past year by more than 40 people and is pumping money into capital improvements to make the Batavia-based business more efficient. The firm will spend an estimated $800,000 to $1 ...

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Garlock parent tops Street earnings expectations

Fourth-quarter sales fell at North Carolina-based EnPro Industries Inc., the parent company of Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC in Palmyra, Wayne County, due to weaker markets, EnPro said. But the company beat Street estimates for its earnings, excluding special items.

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Kraft Foods doesn’t plan layoffs here, Schumer says

Kraft Foods Inc. CEO Irene Rosenfeld has promised no layoffs at the company’s New York plants, including its facility in Avon, Livingston County, as a result of its $19 billion takeover of Cadbury PLC, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer said Wednesday.

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