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New Pratt venture to ramp up fan-blade manufacturing

Patricia Daddona |

Pratt & Whitney said it has signed a deal with Hanwha Techwin Co., Ltd., giving the South Korean defense manufacturer a stake in a Pratt facility in Singapore that manufactures engine fan blades.

Why our students need to embrace STEM now

Bob Sobolewski |

The talent pipeline for science, technology and advanced manufacturing jobs in the United States needs an enormous boost of interested kids — and fast.

CT attaches strict terms to Sikorsky's $220M incentive package

Patricia Daddona |

Sikorsky Aircraft will stay in Connecticut through 2032 and produce CH-53K helicopters here, incurring penalties if the company and its parent, Lockheed Martin Corp., fail to meet terms of their...

CT pledges $220M to lock up Sikorsky

Gregory Seay | 1

The state's chief executive and defense giant Lockheed Martin say they have reached a pact to keep building Sikorsky helicopters in Connecticut through 2032, while expanding Sikorskys' in-state...

Ex-Kaman chief Paul Kuhn dies

Gregory Seay |

Paul R. Kuhn, who succeeded Kaman Corp.'s eponymous founder as chairman, president CEO, has died, the Bloomfield company said Tuesday. He was 74.

The only ‘lean’ at CT Spring & Stamping is process

Gregory Seay |

In its 77 years as a manufacturing “job shop,'' Connecticut Spring & Stamping in Farmington has cultivated a varied 700-client roster.

Pratt & Whitney planning to hire thousands in CT, worldwide

Patricia Daddona |

Pratt & Whitney is planning to expand worldwide, hiring 25,000 over the next decade, with about 8,000 likely to be hired in Connecticut, the company announced Friday.

Leaders make lasting impact beyond the boardroom

Hartford Business Journal does a fair number of awards, but one that tends to resonate most with readers is our Lifetime Achievement Awards.

UTC CEO elected chairman

Patricia Daddona |

Gregory J. Hayes, president and CEO of the Farmington-based United Technologies Corp.'s board of directors, has been elected chairman.

Green Bank extends C-PACE pairing

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank said it's extending the deadline for a fledgling program meant to provide supplemental funds to recipients of C-PACE financing.

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