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CT attorneys, businesses seek legal payday with junk faxes

Matt Pilon |

Ever get to work and find a stack of unsolicited advertisements waiting in the fax machine?

Recruiting students key challenge facing CT colleges

Q&A talks with Mark Ojakian, president of the board of regents of the Connecticut State College & Universities system.

Proton OnSite awarded deal to power Chinese buses

Patricia Daddona |

Wallingford's Proton OnSite has been awarded a contract to supply its hydrogen technology to power fuel-cell buses in Foshan and Yunfu, China.

Japanese carrier chooses planes with Pratt engines

Patricia Daddona |

Tokyo-based ANA is the first Japanese carrier to take delivery of the Airbus A320neo, powered by the PurePower geared turbofan engine developed by Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford.

Flush CT lenders cautiously await higher interest rates

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut banks are on pace for their most profitable and biggest lending year since at least the Great Recession, a sign that business and consumer borrowers have a healthy appetite for credit...

Ottawa rail line to use new Otis elevators

Patricia Daddona |

Otis Canada Inc., the elevator manufacturer whose parent is Farmington-based United Technologies Corp., will provide 44 customized cab elevators to Ottawa, Ontario's electric light rail transit...

Innovate Hartford aims for 100 new startups in year one

John Stearns |

Shana Schlossberg envisions her new venture in downtown Hartford's Stilts Building to be a hive of entrepreneurial and creative energy that will spin off new high-tech businesses, grow existing ones,...

Otis plies a 'connected' digital network for its lifts

Gregory Seay |

Few likely ever consider all the technology and innovation that goes into designing, operating and maintaining an elevator — until they get stuck in one.

Energy challenges require comprehensive approach

James T. Brett | 1

At a recent energy forum hosted by The New England Council, Gordon van Welie, CEO of ISO New England — our region's power grid operator — described New England's electric reliability this...

Rocky Hill shines as economic star in Hartford's 'ring'

Gregory Seay | 1

Ray Carpentino, the town of Rocky Hill's economic development director, admits to awe upon learning that his community ranked as central Connecticut's top performing municipal economy...

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