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ESPN expanding offerings into India

Bristol-based ESPN has joined with India's Multi Screen Media in a long-term agreement to serve sports fans in India and across the Indian subcontinent. They will bring new offerings to Indian sports...

Kaman to buy Arizona aerospace firm

Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer Kaman on Tuesday announced it has agreed to buy Timken Alcor Aerospace Technologies of Mesa, Ariz.

Manchester company wins $46 million Army contract

Timken Aerospace Transmissions in Manchester has been awarded a $46.3 million contract by the Department of Defense. The funds will be used for the maintenance and overhaul of the AH-64 Apache Attack...

Pratt engine earns climate honor

East Hartford jet engine maker Pratt & Whitney on Wednesday had its new PurePower line of engines honored as an Aviation Climate Solution by the Air Transport Action Group at a sustainability summit...

STR to be delisted from NY Stock Exchange

Enfield solar parts maker STR Holdings on Tuesday was notified it will be delisted from the New York Stock Exchange, as the price of its stock was too low.

Feds give $6M for CT manufacturing, aerospace

The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday awarded Connecticut a $6 million grant to develop training programs for the manufacturing and aerospace industries.

UTC Employee Scholar Program approaches $1.2B in education spending

Q&A sits down with Amy Liedke, director of talent development for Hartford conglomerate United Technologies Corp., to discuss its extensive employee education programs.

Perkins' customer focus aims to boost Henkel brand

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When Jerry Perkins, president of Henkel North America, is on an airplane — which is often — passengers typically respond, “Oh, yeah, the knife company,” when he says where he...

Sikorsky sale advances

United Technologies Corp.'s $9 billion sale of its Sikorsky helicopter business took a step forward this week, as an anti-trust review period expired, the company said.

OKs in hand, Rentschler mall to start

Groundbreaking is imminent for the proposed Outlet Shoppes at Rentschler Field after East Hartford planners granted zoning approval for the 410,000-square-foot retail development, authorities say.

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