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HSB's new VC group invests in 'Internet of things' startup

Hartford Steam Boiler said its newly formed venture capital group has made an investment in a California startup developing technology to control and monitor industrial equipment through a mobile app.

Bloomfield engine-tech maker lands $992K from DARPA

Bloomfield’s LiquidPiston Inc. said it has signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Defense’s Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop its efficient and light combustion engine...

Alexion's 1Q profits fall on higher expenses

Cheshire's Alexion Pharmaceuticals said its first-quarter net income fell 43 percent, as higher costs and expenses ate into higher sales of its blood-disorder drug Soliris.

W. Hartford co. sells phone disinfector to VT hospital

West Hartford’s ReadyDock Inc. said it has sold its cell phone disinfecting device to the University of Vermont Medical Center’s neonatal intensive care unit.

Amphenol profits rise on higher sales

Wallingford electronic-connector manufacturer Amphenol Corp.’s first-quarter earnings grew more than 13 percent on stronger sales across many of its key markets, the company reported Wednesday.

Glastonbury music streamer raises $3.2M

Glastonbury's CÜR Media, which is developing a streaming music service, said it has received $3.2 million from shareholders exercising warrants at a discounted price.

Poet Technologies names two board members

Semiconductor tech developer Poet Technologies, which is co-headquartered at UConn’s flagship Storrs campus, said it has filled two board vacancies with Silicon Valley veterans.

Digital banking platform to offer Payveris API

Payveris said Dutch software maker Backbase will include the Wethersfield company’s payment application program in its digital banking marketplace available to its own customers.

The Hartford launches mobile app

The Hartford Financial Services Group said it has launched a mobile app to allow customers to enroll in disability insurance and manage claims.

Farmington IT consultancy sells training unit

Farmington's AdNet Technologies said it has sold its IT training division to a Michigan-based network of training centers.

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