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Wesson wins third Department of Energy award

Waterbury efficiency contractor Wesson Energy won its third U.S. Department of Energy Century Club Award in July, for improving energy performance in more than 100 houses in the past year.

TransAct sells 850 printers to new Iowa casino

Hamden printer and software maker TransAct Technologies said it has sold 850 of its slot machine printers to a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino set to open Aug. 1 in Sioux City, Iowa.

Defunct Hartford firm sues tech giants over patents

Matt Pilon |

From a brick-sided building on Hartford's Woodland Street, a company that ceased operations nearly 14 years ago is taking on the tech world.

FuelCell receives $6.6M for German research

Lauren DeCarlo |

A power plant manufacturer in Danbury received $6.6 million from the German government to support a research and development project for clean and efficient fuel cells.

OpenSky opens U.K. office

Tolland IT firm OpenSky, which was acquired by a German company in January, has gone international with a new office in the United Kingdom, it announced.

Jepsen supports Apple price-fixing settlement for eBook consumers

Bernat Ivancsics |

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen said on Wednesday he ultimately supports the $400 million settlement proposal between tech-giant Apple and 33 plaintiff states – including Connecticut...

STR talks strategic options, liquidation

Brad Kane |

In redoing the bonus contracts for two of its executives, Enfield solar manufacturer STR Holdings said it is considering strategic alternatives for the company, including selling or liquidating the...

North Haven firm awarded grant for indoor air filter

Lauren DeCarlo |

A North Haven clean energy technology company was awarded a grant to develop a regenerable indoor air filter on Monday.

Mohegan Tribe forms office tech venture

The Mohegan Tribe of Indians of Connecticut, which owns the Mohegan Sun casino, said it has formed a joint venture with a New York-based office software and equipment distributor.

Insurance upstart Bolt attacks small biz market on multiple fronts

Matt Pilon |

Like it has for most goods and services, the Internet is changing the way companies shop for insurance.

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