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Target will offer free shipping for holidays

CNNMoney |

Target has a plan to draw in holiday shoppers: free shipping and a slew of gifts under $15.

Travelers rank Bradley 5th best U.S. airport

Patricia Daddona |

Bradley International Airport is ranked the fifth best airport in the country, according to Condé Nast Traveler's 30th annual Readers' Choice Awards.

Tackling the truck-driver shortage

While the state grapples with worker shortages, most notably in transportation, as reported by the Hartford Business Journal [“Driver shortage forces haulers to lift pay, perks to woo...

FAA wants $13.6M fix to Pratt's turbofan engines

Patricia Daddona |

The Federal Aviation Administration wants East Hartford jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney to replace potentially unsafe cracked air seals in its turbofan engines installed in nearly 1,000 airplanes at...

CT's transportation infrastructure needs grow as funding ebbs

Q&A talks with Don Shubert of the Connecticut Construction Industries Association, which recently released a report calling for greater investment in the state's transportation infrastructure.

As electric car sales accelerate, environmental advocates still worry

Matt Pilon |

In recent years, Hoffman Ford Lincoln general sales manager Billy Genereux has sold and leased from his East Hartford show room an increasing number of plug-in hybrid vehicles, which can run on both...

Kaman sells out K-MAX helicopters with new order

Patricia Daddona |

Kaman Aerosystems, a division of Bloomfield aerospace manufacture Kaman Corp., has sold out its initial production of 10 K-MAX helicopters.

Analysis: Engine tariff dispute could drag on while Pratt fulfills contract

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

East Hartford-based Pratt & Whitney likely will feel some fallout from the U.S. Commerce Department's plan to impose a tariff on aircraft sales by Canada's Bombardier, analysts said Wednesday.

Otis corners Saudi Arabian Metro project

Patricia Daddona |

Otis Saudi Arabia, a division of Farmington's Otis Elevators, has been chosen to provide escalators, moving walkways and elevators in the Riyadh Metro project, which constitutes the backbone of the...

Report: Bradley ranks low in passenger satisfaction

Patricia Daddona | 2

In the eyes of travelers, Bradley International Airport has some work to do with respect to customer service.

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