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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.

Kaman wins Peruvian 'copter deal

Gregory Seay |

Kaman Corp. says it will share in a $39.8 million contract to upgrade four of Kaman's SH-2G Super Sea Sprite helicopters for Peru's navy.

Pratt's air-show order book grows

Gregory Seay |

Pratt & Whitney Co. announced Tuesday a series of deals to supply its PurePower geared turbofan and turboprop engines and other related services to various overseas customers.

UTC wins Air Force recon-grid pact

Gregory Seay |

Farmington’s United Technologies Corp. says it won a contract to integrate its airborne surveillance sensor into the Air Forces next-generation ground reconnaissance grid.

Counterfeit computer chip scheme leads to 15-month sentence

Keith Griffin |

A Chinese national was sentenced Friday in Hartford to 15 months of imprisonment for conspiring to sell counterfeits of sophisticated integrated circuits to a purchaser in the United States.

CT to do most work on Pratt’s $1.5B F135 order

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

The Pentagon has awarded a $1.5 billion contract to Pratt & Whitney’s military engines division for 99 additional engines to power F-35 Joint Strike Fighters. The majority of the work will be...

New England must invest in energy infrastructure

Carl Gustin |

Recent cancellations and delays of proposed large-scale energy infrastructure projects, and results from two regional surveys suggest energy policy and consumer and business concerns in New England...

Puka envisions W. Hftd. as 'world food capital'

John Stearns |

West Hartford restaurateur Dorjan Puka — the inspiration behind Treva, Avert Brasserie, plus Artisanal Burger Co. in Manchester — is a testament to hard work paying off.

Threat Deflection: Small producers' cybersecurity/export-compliance roles grow

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's small manufacturers are finding more money-making assignments flowing their way from larger companies, particularly in the defense sector, where export-sales are crucial to their profit...

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