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  • Lauren Wilson, 30, is a senior account executive at Roberts Communications Inc.

  • Upstate Door's growth has been the result of several strategic moves.

  • Tommy Brunett, president of Iron Smoke Distillery, previously played in the band Modern English.

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  • Xerox's Q3 revenue falls 3 percent
    Xerox Corp. reported a decrease in its year-over-year third-quarter sales Friday morning, due largely to a drop in sales in its document technology business.
  • Manning & Napier reports decline in Q3 economic net income
    Manning & Napier Inc. reported third-quarter economic net income of $13.4 million, or 16 cents an adjusted share, compared with economic net income of $17.3 million, or 21 cents an adjusted share this time a year ago.
  • GM facility here earns Energy Star recognition
    Rochester’s General Motors Components Holdings LLC was one of 16 General Motors Co. facilities to earn recognition from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star Program.
  • Ultralife sales rise, net income flat
    Ultralife Corp. reported Thursday an increase in third-quarter sales, due in part to higher sales in its communications systems’ business and an $11 million acquisition completed in January. 
  • Gannett posts net loss, shares fall
    Gannett Co. Inc., the parent of the Democrat & Chronicle and D&C Digital, on Thursday reported a third-quarter net loss of $24.2 million, compared with a profit of $39.2 million, a year earlier.
  • New Media Investment Group reports decline in Q3 net income
    New Media Investment Group Inc. reported Thursday a decline in third-quarter net income. As reported last month, New Media acquired the Rochester Business Journal Inc. in the fourth quarter.

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Poll: Outsourcing blamed for job loss
More than half of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll blame trade deals and outsourcing of jobs to lower-cost countries for the decline in manufacturing jobs over the last 25 years.

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New York must acknowledge the injustice of leaving charter school children to the mercy of charity to put a roof over their heads.
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