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Praxair to build new HQ with $32.5M state package

Danbury industrial gas giant Praxair, which employs more than 27,000 people across the world, will build a new headquarters in Danbury with the help of a forgivable state loan, tax credits, and sales...

G&W 3Q net up on North American freight strength

Darien’s Genesee & Wyoming, which owns Hartford-based Connecticut Southern Railroad and others across the continent and Australia, said its third-quarter profits grew nearly 11 percent, thanks...

ebm-papst featured in upcoming Discovery Channel episode

Farmington fan and motor parts designer and manufacturer ebm-papst said it will be featured in an upcoming episode of a Discovery Show program that highlights breakthroughs and advancements across a...

NerdWallet: CT insurance, finance small businesses pay well

Connecticut finance and insurance businesses with fewer than 100 employees have some of the highest respective salaries in the country, according to a breakdown released this week by consumer finance...

DCP: No daylight savings ‘do-overs’ for bar patrons

The clocks won’t be turning back an hour Sunday at closing time in Connecticut’s bars and restaurants, at least until after all the customers leave, according to a reminder from the...

Voya adds Time Inc. exec to board

Life insurance and retirement-investment provider Voya Financial, which has significant operations in Windsor, said it has added Lynne Biggar to its board of directors.

Farmington’s Avitus adds more than $1M in capital

Orthopaedic tool developer Avitus, which is based at the UConn Health campus in Farmington, said it has raised more than $1 million in capital from the federal government and Connecticut Innovations.

Pratt wins $793 engine contract, concludes fire investigation

With a joint investigation into the cause of a June engine fire now complete, East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney announced it has received a $793 contract to build 48 engines for...

CT to spend $21.5M to help downtown New Haven redevelopment

The state will spend $21.5 million to spur redevelopment of the New Haven Coliseum site, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office announced.

4 more CT firms fined for DNC lapses

United Healthcare and three Connecticut companies have joined the list of those penalized for breaching the state's ethics code for failing to report their expenditures related to lobbyist breakfasts...

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