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Amphenol named a top 5 global vendor

Amphenol, based in Wallingford, has been named a top five vendor in the global connectors market from 2016 to 2020.

CPA Society Names New and Young Professionals to Watch

The Connecticut Society of CPAs has announced its 2015 "New and Young Professionals to Watch," a select group of three young professionals, aged 35 and...

Flying Strong: Timely deals, diversification, China help Kaman fend off choppy headwinds

Gregory Seay |

Timing is becoming a hallmark for 71-year-old Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer and power-transmission equipment distributor Kaman Corp.

U.S. unemployment below 5% for the first time since 2008

Patrick Gillespie | CNNMoney |

U.S. unemployment is back below 5% for the first time since 2008. However, hiring is slowing down. The U.S. economy added only 151,000 jobs in January.

OSHA seeks $61K fine against Plymouth company

The Hartford area office OSHA cited Phoenix Products Co. of the Terryville section of Plymouth for 15 serious violations of workplace safety standards.

Bond commission OKs nearly $577M in spending

The State Bond Commission Friday approved nearly $577 million worth of investments across Connecticut, including millions allocated for major economic development initiatives such as expanding AdChem...

Report: Older cos. dominate CT’s mid-market businesses

Middle-market firms in Connecticut share the same youth, on average, as companies nationally. But Connecticut has a higher percentage of firms with long-term sustainability.

UTC celebrates first commercial flight of Airbus 320neo

UTC Aerospace Systems, which supplies a significant amount of hardware to the Airbus A320neo, marked the launch of its inaugural commercial flight from Frankfurt to Munich by Lufthansa Airlines.

Stanley B&D's net up amid flat sales

New Britain manufacturing giant Stanley Black & Decker says fourth-quarter and full-year 2015 net income climbed despite flat sales for its hand- and power-tools and other products.

Berlin manufacturer develops hydrogen-leak tape

Berlin-based Midsun Specialty Products, which manufacturers silicone tapes, said it has developed a new product that detects hydrogen leaks.

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