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Penn. Supreme Court overturns verdict against Middletown manufacturer

Pennsylvania's highest court has overturned a 2010 jury verdict against Middletown's Omega Flex Inc., which found that the company's gas piping was to blame for a lightning-related fire at a...

CT honors 16 with GreenCircle awards

The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection on Tuesday honored 16 businesses and residents throughout the state with its GreenCircle awards, recognizing achievements in sustainability.

N. Zealand accepts first of $120M Kaman helicopter

The New Zealand Ministry of Defence on Monday accepted the first part of its $120 million order of Super Seasprite helicopters from Bloomfield manufacturer Kaman Corp.

Aerospace training program aims to create jobs for Hartford’s homeless

Sheena Butler-Young |

In an attempt to help Connecticut manufacturers cope with a skilled-labor shortage, a Hartford nonprofit and Windsor-based staffing agency have developed a new program to train homeless residents for...

Chenevert leaving with $325M in UTC stock

Louis Chenevert, who shocked the corporate community by abrupting resigning as CEO and chairman of United Technologies on Monday, will depart the company owning at least $325 million of its stock.

Kaman tacks on $29M contract modification

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer Kaman Corp. a $28.9 million contract modification for bomb fuzes, the company announced.

UTC's Chenevert retires; CFO Hayes tapped as new CEO

In a surprising announcement Monday morning, United Technologies Corp. said CEO and Chairman Louis R. Chenevert has resigned effective immediately.

Gun Shy: Firearm makers anchored to CT

Brad Kane |

Connecticut gun makers and dealers say they want to leave the state but actually pulling the trigger on a move has been easier said than done.

Kaman receives $24M helicopter skin contract

Bloomfield aerospace manufacturer Kaman Aerosystems received a $24 million contract extension from Texas-based Bell Helicopter to manufacturing skin and skin-to-core parts for Bell's commercial...

UConn awards $200K to early stage ventures

The UConn Office of the Vice President for Research awarded $200,000 in grants to five early stage companies to help them commercialize new technologies in the state.

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