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UTC opens joint-venture facility in China

United Technologies Corp.’s aerospace division and its partner AVIC Electromechanical have opened a manufacturing facility in northwestern China, the companies announced.

Regulators sign off on NU outsourcing

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After investigating Northeast Utilities for possibly infringing on its merger agreement with Connecticut officials, the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority said it did not oppose NU's plans for...

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CT Green Guide publishes Spring edition

HBJ's sustainable business-to-business magazine on Monday published its Spring 2014 edition, looking at the crisis in the waste-to-energy industry, the burden new customers face with natural gas...

Power prices hit 10-year high in January

New England wholesale electricity prices reached their highest level in 10 years this past January, as rising natural gas demand squeezed power plant capacity, according to grid administrator ISO New...

Alexion drug wins orphan status in Europe

Cheshire’s Alexion Pharmaceuticals said European regulators have granted orphan status to its drug Soliris, which prevents complications that can occur after an organ transplant.

Farmington consultant develops global alliances

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A Farmington management consulting firm has found a way to compete in the global market by forging international partnerships to better understand foreign business culture and clients.

Pratt announces over $1.1B in contracts at Singapore Air Show

Aerospace engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney announced at the Singapore Airshow this week that it and its international consortium have signed two deals worth more than $1.1 billion to supply...

CT sets 2013 export record

Connecticut was one of 16 states that exported record dollar amounts of goods last year, the U.S. Department of Commerce said today.

Aetna targets wealthy Mexican customers

Aetna said it has made a deal with Mexico’s largest health insurer to offer international coverage options in two high-end plans aimed at frequent travelers.

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