Fortive president and CEO James Lico puts his photo and name on a banner during the opening of the company’s new offices on Thursday in Everett. The companies under the Fortive umbrella had had total revenues of about $6.2 billion last year, big enough to earn the overall company a spot on Fortune 500’s annual list of largest U.S. corporations. (Andy Bronson / The Herald )

Fortive opens new corporate headquarters in Everett

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