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Colt faces default risk

West Hartford gun maker Colt Defense LLC said disclosed Thursday that its cash flows and revenue are lower than hoped, and as a result, it may default on interest payments due next week.

STR cuts 3Q loss on higher sales, lower expenses

Solar panel encapsulant maker STR Holdings said it cut its third-quarter loss by more than one-third, thanks to a big increase in sales and reduced expenses.

UTC to provide air systems to Chinese manufacturer

UTC Aerospace Systems, a subsidiary of Hartford’s United Technologies, said it has signed a letter of intent to provide air conditioning and cabin pressure control systems to China’s AVIC...

UTC’s research center wins two R&D 100 awards

United Technologies Corp.’s research arm was recently awarded two R&D 100 awards by R&D Magazine for two breakthrough eco-friendly technologies: EcoTuff corrosion inhibitor and a portable...

UTC lands China Airlines contract

UTC Aerospace Systems said it has won a contract from Taiwan's China Airlines to supply wheels and carbon brakes for a fleet of 14 Airbus planes.

CCAT taking applications for manufacturing technical assistance

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology said it is taking applications through the end of the year for manufacturing technical assistance for as many as 15 companies.

UTC working on Boeing space vehicle

UTC Aerospace Systems, a division of Hartford’s United Technologies, said Thursday that it is working with Boeing on a space vehicle to deliver NASA crews to the International Space Station.

Ex-Pratt officer Brantner lands at GKN

The mystery of David M. Brantner's abrupt October departure as Pratt & Whitney Co.'s year-long commercial-engine chief is officially over, with GKN Aerospace's confirmation that he is the British...

Higher costs hit Lydall's 3Q bottom line

Manchester fibers, metals and filtration manufacturer Lydall Inc. said its third-quarter profits dipped on higher selling costs and expenses.

FuelCell sells 8.4MW order to S. Korean partner

Danbury clean energy systems manufacturer FuelCell Energy on Tuesday announced its latest sale to its South Korean partner POSCO Energy, a purchase of six fuel cells totaling 8.4 megawatts.

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