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Travelers' Paul Newman nonprofit wins charity of year

The primary nonprofit served by The Travelers Championship in Cromwell every year – The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp – has been named the 2014 PGA Tour Charity of the Year.

Kaman receives $24M helicopter skin contract

Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer Kaman Aerosystems received a $24 million contract extension from Texas-based Bell Helicopter to manufacturing skin and skin-to-core parts for Bell's commercial...

UConn awards $200K to early stage ventures

The UConn Office of the Vice President for Research awarded $200,000 in grants to five early stage companies to help them commercialize new technologies in the state.

UConn incubator startup raises $1M

Medical device maker Avitus Orthopaedics, Inc. – a member of UConn's incubator program – has raised $1 million to commercialize its products.

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Report: CT insurance industry has fewer employees

Connecticut's insurance industry shed 2.9 percent of its employees between 2012 and 2013, though it continues to have the highest concentration of insurance workers in the nation, according to a...

Hartford personal income inched up in 2013

Personal income per capita inched up by less than 1 percent last year in both Greater Hartford and Hartford County, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

OPM IDs nearly $55M in state cuts

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration said Thursday afternoon that it would cut $47.8 million from executive branch agencies and it has asked the legislature for an additional $6.9 million in...

Phoenix holds first annual meet in 2 yrs.

Gregory Seay |

The Phoenix Cos., despite a “remarkably challenging'' last two years, remains profitable and has a better handle on which of its systems, processes and people needs improvement to avoid a...

CT unemployment flat at 6.4 percent

The state added 3,600 jobs on a seasonally adjusted basis in October, but the unemployment rate remained flat at 6.4 percent compared to September, the Department of Labor said Thursday.

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