General Electric

8:34am

Thu May 30, 2013
Technology

No chip fabricator any time soon for Liverpool business park

Archive image of the General Electric plant in Liverpool in its heyday.
G.E. file photo

It was January 2012 when Democratic U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer stood in front of an empty building at the old General Electric site in Liverpool and said California-based chip maker APIC Corp. landing a Navy contract and then opening up a fabricator in the building was “all but a done deal."

But this week the senator admitted the contract was dead.

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9:28am

Wed December 26, 2012
Technology

Locally developed GE prototype goes to Smithsonian

Randy Wenner

In the 1950s there were no MP3 players. In fact, there was no way to slip your favorite music into your pocket. But that all changed, thanks to a scientific breakthrough that revolutionized development at one of central New York's largest manufacturers. And the result of that development will now be forever remembered at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C.

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