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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.

Members, investors buy Hartford Club out of foreclosure

Two Hartford businessmen and a group of Hartford Club members have purchased the club's mortgage from Berkshire Bank, which had previously foreclosed on the debt, the club announced.

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.

Pratt inks 15-year deal for Chinese facility

East Hartford jet engine maker Pratt & Whitney has signed a 15-year renewal for its joint venture to support a customer training center in Beijing, China. The center has been in operation for more...

Peter Pan expands bookings via Wanderu

Springfield’s Peter Pan Bus Lines and ground-travel search engine Wanderu have partnered to expand Peter Pan’s online passenger bookings to and from more locations across Connecticut and...

CityPlace I’s new owner envisions ‘tweaks’

Boston's Paradigm Properties, the recent buyer of Connecticut's tallest skyscraper in downtown Hartford, acquired more than just brick-and-mortar in the $113.3 million transaction.

Fitch puts Frontier’s $6.6B offering on rating watch

Fitch Ratings has assigned a negative rating watch to Frontier Communications’ final debt offering necessary to close its $10.54 billion acquisition of Verizon assets in three states.

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.

CT $840M transportation bonds given AA rating

Fitch Ratings has given its second highest AA rating to $840 million in Connecticut's special tax obligation bonds that will be used to improve the state's transportation infrastructure.

ReSET honors 12 startups with assistance, cash

Hartford incubator reSET, the Social Enterprise Trust, has announced the winners of its 2015 Impact Challenge, who will receive professional service and split at least $75,000 in seed capital.

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