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Fuel cell industry to discuss regional growth

Members of the New England fuel cell industry are meeting on Oct. 29 at Western New England University to discuss the best ways to install 1,200 megawatts throughout the region.

Essex retirement community receives LEED gold

The Essex Meadows retirement community has received LEED gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its various sustainable upgrades.

CT house sales up, prices flat

Connecticut house sales rose in September, yet prices were flat, Realtors say.

CI-backed cloud security company sold for $233M

British defense and security giant BAE Systems said it will pay $232.5 million to acquire Milford cloud security provider SilverSky, which has received investments from Connecticut Innovations, the...

Edible Arrangements opening military base, college campus stores

Wallingford fresh fruit franchisor Edible Arrangements said it has secured its first college franchisee and will later this year open a store at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.

Windsor aero parts maker preps for ramp-up with $1.6M investment

Windsor's Aero Gear Inc. said it has invested $1.6 million on a specialty furnace and machining equipment in anticipation of expanded business with aerospace companies in the months ahead.

Travelers 3Q net up on premium, investment growth

Property casualty insurer Travelers, which has major Hartford operations, said its third-quarter profits jumped 6.3 percent thanks to higher written premiums and investment growth, and lower...

UTC profits jump 29 percent on broad sales gains

Hartford aerospace manufacturer United Technologies Corp. said its third-quarter profits grew by more than $420 million thanks to revenue gains across all five of its business segments.

MassMutual's Crandall is ACLI chair

MassMutual CEO Roger W. Crandall was elected Monday chairman of the American Council of Life Insurers.

CT's Sept. jobless rate at 6-year low

Connecticut gained 11,500 jobs in September, pushing the state's jobless rate down to 6.4 percent – the lowest in six years, the labor authorities say.

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