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Carrier union boss: No regrets about calling Trump a liar

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The Indiana union leader attacked by Donald Trump in tweets says he has no regrets about calling the president-elect a liar for his claims about saving jobs at Carrier.

Z-Medica training surgeons on basic bleeding control

Patricia Daddona |

Wallingford-based Z-Medica LLC, which develops and markets hemostatic devices, and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) are providing basic bleeding control instructor training to surgeons.

Pratt workers' new union contract in effect today

Patricia Daddona |

About 2,600 employees returned to work at Pratt & Whitney today under a revamped union contract that provides annual 2.5 percent wage increases over the next 5 1/2 years and pension changes.

CT's '7 sisters' launched state's bioscience golden age

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's bioscience sector today pulses with thousands of scientists and executives at dozens of startup drug developers and maturing biopharmaceutical companies.

FuelCell cutting 17% of workforce

Matt Pilon |

Danbury's FuelCell Energy said Thursday that it will eliminate 96 positions.

Legrand cuts energy use across 22 sites

Matt Pilon |

West Hartford manufacturer Legrand said it cut its energy use by 15.9 percent across nearly two dozen locations in October during its second-ever “energy marathon.”

Carrier: Trump gave us state 'incentives' to save jobs

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Farmington-based Carrier Corp. is keeping more than 1,000 jobs in Indiana -- thanks to "incentives" offered by the state run by Vice President-elect Mike Pence.

Trump's Carrier deal draws hugely divided reactions

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It took just one tweet Tuesday for the deep divide over President-elect Donald Trump to flare again.

Manchester's Lydall acquiring overseas company for $58M

Patricia Daddona |

Manchester-based Lydall Inc. is acquiring the overseas firm MGF Gutsche GmbH & Co. for approximately $58 million in cash, the industrial filtration company announced Wednesday.

Connecticut center for advanced technology backs girls & Manufacturing Summit

More than 185 middle and high school girls came together to participate in the third annual Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. Making It Real: Girls & Manufacturing Summit. The event...

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