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Higher revenue drives SS&C’s 2Q gains

Windsor financial software and services provider SS&C Technologies Holdings said higher sales across its business lines drove its profits up nearly 44 percent.

Alexion ekes out 2Q gain on Soliris sales, lower taxes

Cheshire's Alexion Pharmaceuticals said sales of its blockbuster drug Soliris and with lower income taxes helped profits grow 2.2 percent in the second quarter.

Ridgefield firm invests $5M in Calif. solar

Ridgefield-based Southridge Capital announced that it has purchased $5 million in equity with California energy company Andalay Solar.

DEEP predicts unhealthy air for Tuesday, Wednesday

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection on Tuesday is forecasting unhealthy air for Tuesday and Wednesday, as the hot weather is mixing with air pollution.

California firm buys Plainfield power plant

Sacramento, Calif. power plant owner Greenleaf Power has finalized its purchase of the Plainfield Renewable Energy Plant in Connecticut.

UIL investing $80 million in natural gas pipeline

New Haven utility parent UIL Holdings has purchased a 2.5 percent interest in the 188-mile Kinder Morgan natural gas pipeline, which will bring the fuel from New York State through Massachusetts and...

Federal study shows Northern Pass cheapest option

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A U.S. Department of Energy study released in July shows the Eversource Energy's planned $1 billion Northern Pass transmission line from Canadian into New England through New Hampshire is the...

First of Malloy's $100B transportation plan gets funding

The first batch of projects in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's 30-year, $100 billion transportation plan received their funding on Tuesday.

Anti-dumping investigation leads to STR plant closure

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Enfield solar parts manufacturer STR Holdings Inc. announced Tuesday it will close its Malaysia facility, as a newly launched investigation by the European Commission that may result on anti-dumping...

CT landfill find lands seaman in hot water

An enlisted Navy submariner once stationed in Groton faces up to 30 years in prison for allegedly using his cellphone camera to photograph restricted areas of a nuclear sub, then later attempting to...

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