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Blumenthal introduces bill for regional manufacturing hubs

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal joined a bipartisan coalition in introducing legislation for a permanent program to put designated manufacturing communities at the top of funding lists.

FuelCell to lose longest-serving director

Two directors of FuelCell Energy will not stand for reelection this year, including one who has been on the board for 28 years, the Danbury company disclosed last week.

Why the Nasdaq is on the verge of a bear market

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Former high-flying tech stocks Amazon, Netflix and Tesla are crashing back to earth. All three stocks are down at least 27 percent this year and a host of other tech stocks have fared far worse.

GE’s departure may be CT’s saving grace

General Electric's decision to move its headquarters out of Connecticut was viewed as a crisis by many, signaling the state's continued demise as a place to do business.

Working on Pride's I-91 Hartford Travel Center

Limited construction is underway on the Hartford Travel Center refueling-rest stop that a Springfield convenience-store chain is erecting along I-91 northbound.

Flying Strong: Timely deals, diversification, China help Kaman fend off choppy headwinds

Gregory Seay |

Timing is becoming a hallmark for 71-year-old Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer and power-transmission equipment distributor Kaman Corp.

777 Main owner appeals $474,425 MDC bill

The landlord-owner of the converted office-to-apartments tower 777 Main St. in Hartford is asking a state court to revoke a $474,425 extra assessment imposed by the MDC.

Developers pitch five, 240MW CT clean energy projects

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut may soon source more of its clean energy from within its own borders, if newly proposed projects are successful in a unique and ongoing multi-state bidding process.

Senate passes Murphy amendment to cut emissions

The Senate has passed U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy's amendment to increase federal usage of recycled refrigerants in federal buildings. He said it would greatly reduce emissions of HFCs.

Glastonbury man pleads guilty to defrauding energy program

A former Glastonbury business owner pleaded guilty Monday to one count of wire fraud related to allegations that he defrauded a federal energy program to the tune of $9 million.

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