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CT air museum’s Speciale to retire

Michael P. Speciale is retiring Dec. 1 after 29 years as executive director of the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, which has begun a search for his successor.

Lighting Quotient announces new VP

New Haven manufacturer Lighting Quotient has named Robert Keimig as vice president of its global sales team.

Acquisition drives Barnes’ sales growth

Bristol aerospace manufacturer Barnes Group’s profits returned to normal levels in its second quarter, a year after the sale of its distribution business brought in over $200 million.

Stanley’s 2Q net up on higher sales, lower costs

New Britain tool and industrial manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker said its second-quarter profits grew nearly 16 percent, due to higher revenue and lower costs.

UTC gets two contracts

UTC Aerospace Systems said it has won contracts from Boeing and China Airlines to provide maintenance and parts.

Amphenol posts record 2Q earnings, revenue

Wallingford interconnect parts and cable manufacturer Amphenol said its second-quarter profits increased nearly 14 percent on higher sales.

FuelCell receives $6.6M for German research

Lauren DeCarlo |

A power plant manufacturer in Danbury received $6.6 million from the German government to support a research and development project for clean and efficient fuel cells.

Higher sales lift UTC's 2Q earnings

Hartford aerospace manufacturer United Technologies Corp. said its second-quarter profits grew nearly 8 percent on higher sales.

Korean firm buys ClearEdge for $32M

South Korean conglomerate Doosan Corp. said Monday it agreed to buy shuttered South Windsor fuel cell manufacturer ClearEdge Power for $32.4 million.

Stanadyne seeks millions from rising fuel economy standards

Brad Kane |

With a new CEO in place, Windsor manufacturer Stanadyne envisions a future where the world's rising fuel economy standards will spill millions of dollars in orders through the 140-year-old company's...

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