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Eight countries represented in CI's $5M VentureClash

Matt Pilon |

The state's quasi-public venture investment arm has delivered on its plans to draw companies from around the world for a $5 million “Shark Tank”-style competition that aims to bring new...

A century later, Bristol's Bauer still growing

Gregory Seay |

Long before “pivot'' and “innovation'' became buzzwords in the business lexicon, Bristol manufacturer Bauer Inc. had achieved both.

Aer Lingus' Bradley-to-Ireland nonstop takes flight

Aer Lingus' nonstop flight from Bradley International Airport to Dublin, Ireland begins Wednesday, a long-awaited debut aimed at furthering trans-Atlantic travel for Connecticut's business community.

Business schools, colleges wooing foreign students

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

When Jonas Rasmussen, a native of Denmark, arrived at the University of Hartford in 2015 to pursue a master's degree in business administration, it was in many ways the fulfillment of a dream.

Otis elevators to be featured in Bangkok mixed-use project

Patricia Daddona |

Langsuan Village, a mixed-use development in Bangkok, Thailand, will use 54 Otis elevators and escalators in six towers, the manufacturer announced Thursday.

Barnes' 2Q net declines

Gregory Seay |

Bristol industrial and aeroparts maker Barnes Group Inc. posted lower second-quarter earnings on flat to lower sales in its core business units.

UTC’s 2Q net down on flat sales

Gregory Seay |

United Technologies Corp. posted slightly lower second-quarter net income on flat sales that were paced by ongoing strength in the Farmington manufacturing conglomerate’s Pratt & Whitney Co.

Brian American

Age: 36

N. American investors’ glasses half full

A Hartford firm’s fresh quarterly research report on institutional investor sentiment finds overseas investors are more bearish than their North American counterparts.

Delta cutting flights due to Brexit

CNNMoney |

Delta Air Lines says it plans to cut its flights between the United States and the United Kingdom this winter due to Brexit.

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