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Nanoviricides 2Q loss deepens

West Haven’s Nanoviricides, an R&D-stage biotech developing antiviral nanomedicines, said its net loss increased in its second fiscal quarter, as expenses and other costs rose.

Wallingford IT provider acquires Danbury firm

Wallingford’s Forza Technology Solutions said it has acquired Virtual IT in Danbury, which will give the company better client coverage.

CT's NXT-ID wins 'voice-director' patent

An Oxford firm developing technology to harness a person's voice and facial features for secure mobile and online purchases and payments has won a provisional U.S. patent for its latest invention.

National Science Foundation awards UConn $300K

The National Science Foundation has awarded UConn $300,000 to become an I-Corps Site and create the Accelerate UConn program, fostering entrepreneurship and creating businesses out of technology...

Bank industry backing offers boost to Tolland's Geezeo

Greg Bordonaro |

Endorsements can help politicians build their power and support base, but they can also provide companies a major boost in business.

POET board member dies days after resigning

POET Technologies, which is based at UConn’s campus in Storrs and in Toronto, Canada, said one of its recent board members has died.

Go Green lands distribution contract

Oxford's Go Green Global Technologies Corp. has inked a national distribution contract with a Newtown HVAC contractor.

Ad agencies adjust to demand for data, analytics

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

With nearly 25 years of experience in marketing and advertising, Adams & Knight CEO Jill Adams is no stranger to data. In fact, she says data has been an important part of advertising since the Mad...

SS&C's 4Q net up 36%

Financial and investment software provider SS&C Technologies Holdings grew fourth-quarter profits by more than a third, thanks mainly to higher revenue in its biggest business segment.

Pratt, Proton execs named to Commerce panel

Top ranking executives from East Hartford jet engine maker Pratt & Whitney and Wallingford air generator manufacturer Proton Onsite were named to the U.S. Department of Commerce's Manufacturing...

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