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Pratt-powered Gulfstreams launch

The Canadian division of East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney announced Tuesday its PurePower engines launched Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.'s latest business jets.

Carla's Pasta Inc.

What are the family values of your business, and how do they help you remain competitive in the market?

STR mulling reverse split to remain NYSE compliant

After issuing more shares to sell a majority stake to a Chinese firm, Enfield solar parts manufacturer is considering a reverse stock split in order to remain compliant with the New York Stock...

Connecticut's top foreign import partners

RankCountry2013 dollars imported/Leading...

Before deal, STR couldn't find buyer, considered liquidation

Before selling a majority stake in the company for $22 million to a Chinese developer, the board of directors of Enfield solar parts maker STR Holdings couldn't find a suitable buyer for the company...

Pratt's mission control handles suppliers, mining shortages, military coups

Brad Kane |

New East Hartford command center enables Pratt & Whitney to lower supplier delays by 38 percent.

EU levies Ukraine sanctions on Russia


A new round of European Union sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine will come into force on Friday, European Council president Herman Van Rompuy said Thursday.

Shelton manufacturer expands into Mexico

Shelton machining manufacturer EAO Corp. announced Tuesday its expansion into Mexico.

Watertown launches efficiency campaign

Watertown started Monday encouraging its residents to increase their energy efficiency by offering a food bank donation for everyone that signs up for a Home Energy Solutions audit.

Greater Hartford exports up 4.9 percent in 2013

Companies in the Greater Hartford area exported $10.2 billion worth of goods in 2013, up 4.9 percent from 2012, according to data released this week by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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