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How manufacturers are faring under Trump, globally

Jeff White |

“Has US Manufacturing Been Unleashed?” That headline stopped me in my tracks when I glanced through the Industry Week email I received earlier this month. For anyone who reads trade...

Talent, prototyping needs lead Southington medical-parts maker to expand

Patricia Daddona |

Southington medical-parts maker Economy Spring has been in growth mode for more than two years, but since its parent company is in Illinois, managers initially looked both within and outside...

New Britain metalworking family values their CT roots

Gregory Seay |

For three generations, the Karabin family has owned and managed a profitable 70-year-old New Britain metalworks, shaping strands of wire and stamped metal into automotive and industrial springs,...

CT lawsuit tests Google's keyword search ad treatment

Matt Pilon |

On Valentine's Day, perhaps you sent a loved one a fruit bouquet or chocolate-dipped berries made by Edible Arrangements.

CT OKs $10M for Dillon, Colt upgrades

Gregory Seay |

The State Bond Commission Friday approved $10 million for renovating Hartford's aged Dillon Stadium to eventually attract a pro soccer team to the city.

Survey: CT business climate needs help

Patricia Daddona |

Business conditions in Connecticut aren't likely to improve within the next six months, say most of the 510 residents surveyed by InformCT, though residents' own personal finances might.

Access Health CEO Wadleigh to depart

Matt Pilon |

Jim Wadleigh, who has led the state's Access Health CT insurance exchange for the past three years, will leave his job in April, Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman announced Thursday.

CCM calls on Bond Commission to authorize road repair funds

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities on Thursday called for the State Bond Commission to release the second and final $30 million payment for Town Aid for Roads (TAR) when it meets Friday.

MetroHartford Alliance taps Minn. economic dev. expert as new CEO

Patricia Daddona |

The MetroHartford Alliance has chosen a Minnesota-based economic development expert as its new president and CEO.

Southwest's Bradley-to-St. Louis flights debut in Aug.

Gregory Seay |

Southwest Airlines will offer, starting later this summer, daily service between Connecticut's Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks and St. Louis, Mo., using 143-seat Boeing 737s, aviation...

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