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Praxair supplies oxy-fuel for glass box maker

Danbury industrial gas supplier Praxair announced Tuesday it had started up an oxy-fuel plant for the Oklahoma location of the world's largest glass container manufacturer.

Dominion offering $1.5M in educational grants

Dominion, the operator of the nuclear Millstone Power Station in Waterford, is offering $1.5 million in educational grants to fund energy, environmental, and workforce development programs.

CCAT to discuss zero emissions vehicles

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology will lead a panel discussion Thursday in Hartford on the importance of zero-emission vehicles and the hydrogen refueling infrastructure to support them.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

Branford is CT’s quiet bioscience startup hub

Brad Kane |

While Farmington and New Haven are thought to be the epicenters of Connecticut's nascent bioscience industry, the small, shoreline town of Branford has been a force in attracting some of the state's...

Novitex opens Windsor facility

Stamford document outsourcing provider Novitex said it has opened a cloud-based document processing facility in Windsor's New England Tradeport.

Key CT biz leaders on hook for Back9 bets

Greg Bordonaro |

Prominent Greater Hartford business, political, and athletic leaders collectively wagered millions of dollars on Back9Network, bets that are now in jeopardy as executives of the golf lifestyle media...

Mohegans seek more gaming markets

Brad Kane |

The incoming president of the Mohegan Tribe's gaming division plans to expand into four or five new markets in the next five to 10 years, while significantly lowering the casino's debt, as...

UConn, XL Center wrangle over short-term lease talks

Matt Pilon | 3

As one of the XL Center's biggest tenants, UConn athletics is likely key to the Hartford arena's future.

Construction Institute looks to future with new exec. director

Q&A talks about construction industry trends with Nancy Greenwald, who recently took over as executive director of Hartford's Construction Institute from Bob Cianci.

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