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Kaman gets $68M more bomb-fuze orders

Bloomfield’s Kaman Corp. says its aerospace division procured $68 million worth of orders for more joint programmable bomb fuzes from the U.S. and its allies, meaning more work the next two...

Bloomfield chemical maker taps West Coast distribution

Bloomfield’s FMi Chemical said it has signed a distribution agreement with a California company that will supply aerospace customers with FMi’s heat-resistant silicone sealant products.

Dollar doldrums hit CT export sales

Matt Pilon |

The recent rise in the value of the U.S. dollar is a nice thing for those who travel abroad, but Connecticut exporters have been taking it on the chin.

Legal costs lower TransAct’s 1Q profit

Hamden printer manufacturer TransAct Technologies Inc. said legal fees from lawsuit helped take a nearly 64 percent bite out of its first-quarter net income.

Kaman inks expanded $700M credit pact

Kaman Corp. signed an expanded $700 million credit pact that provides the Bloomfield aero-industrial parts maker-distributor greater financial flexibility and liquidity.

Alexion to pay $8.4B for Mass. drug maker

Cheshire's Alexion Pharmaceuticals has made a massive bet on a fellow rare-disease medicine maker preparing for the global launch of two products this year.

CT developers pitch world's largest fuel cell park

Danbury manufacturer FuelCell Energy and developers CT Energy & Technology on Tuesday proposed building the world's largest fuel cell park on a former salt mine in Beacon Falls.

Lampo takes Amphenol’s CFO reins

Amphenol Corp. promoted long-time controller Craig A. Lampo to chief financial officer at the Wallingford maker of electronic cabling and connector components.

Tech sector drives commercial realty activity

Chris Dehnel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Greater Hartford has cracked the top 50 in a national ranking of cities with top tech talent, but don't expect the region to become another Silicon Valley, or supersede New York and Boston as a haven...

Midwest businesses going underground

Here's a novel way to slash your business expenses in half: Relocate 100 feet underground.

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