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Stanley Black & Decker's downtown tech center a beacon into U.S. manufacturing's future

Gregory Seay |

Stanley Black & Decker's downtown Hartford technology center provides a lens into U.S. manufacturing's future.

Amid talent shortage, tech industry spotlights growing firms

Q&A talks to Bruce Carlson, CEO of the Connecticut Technology Council, which recently unveiled its 2018 Marcum Tech Top 40, an annual recognition of the fastest-growing technology...

Cities, towns vie to test drive CT's autonomous vehicle program

Joe Cooper |

Several cities and towns are vying to test drive the state's autonomous vehicle pilot program.

Marketers say CT businesses ignoring growing Hispanic population

Sean Teehan |

Marketers say businesses are ignoring the Hartford region's growing Hispanic population.

Pentagon awards $500K to Jax, biotech for drug resistance study

Joe Cooper |

Farmington's Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine and biotech firm Azitra Inc. said they won a $500,000 grant from the Pentagon to establish a program studying organisms that cause rare skins...

The Pentagon is investing $2 billion into artificial intelligence

CNNMONEY |

The Pentagon's high-tech research agency laid the groundwork for the Internet, stealth aircraft and self-driving cars. Now, it's going big on artificial intelligence.

Ideanomics taps co-CEO, senior execs

Joe Cooper |

West Hartford-bound fintech Ideanomics announced Monday it hired a trio of senior executives, including a former investment banking executive as its co-CEO.

How jet-engine innovator Pratt & Whitney is building its next-generation workforce

Gregory Seay |

Pratt & Whitney, for generations an innovator in piston and jet-turbine airplane engines, is applying its innovation mien to recruiting, developing and retaining workers — and future leaders...

Rosow steers Farmington medtech startup Diameter Health into growth mode

Sean Teehan |

Eric Rosow has already started and sold one digital startup. Now he's building up another medical-technology company that is outgrowing its Farmington space.

Infosys to hold Glastonbury hiring event

Joe Cooper |

Infosys, an India-based information technology and outsourcing provider, is holding a hiring event Saturday in Glastonbury as it begins to make good on a pledge to hire 1,000 people for an innovation...

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