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CT manufacturer, architecture firm trade insights to stir innovation

John Stearns |

Brent Robertson knows good ideas can come from unexpected places, which is partly why he put two clients — one in architecture, another in manufacturing — together to learn from each...

Pratt, NASA investing in efficient jet engine project

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford-based Pratt & Whitney has been selected by NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate in Hampton, Va., to conduct an aircraft engine flight demonstration designed to showcase...

Stanley 4Q profits fall as firm expands

Patricia Daddona |

New Britain-based Stanley Black and Decker's fourth quarter profits fell 3.7 percent, the company reported Thursday, due to declining revenues in its Engineered Fastening's division and restructuring...

UTC division partnership to serve aircraft parts market

Patricia Daddona |

Charlotte, N.C.'s UTC Aerospace Systems, a division of Farmington-based United Technologies Corp., has agreed to partner with VAS Aero Services, to supply parts to meet growing customer demand, the...

UTC's 4Q profits fall on flat sales

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington-based United Technologies Corp. saw its fourth quarter profits sink 69 percent, as its business units largely recorded flat sales.

Amphenol profits amped by acquisition

Patricia Daddona |

Wallingford-based Amphenol Corp.'s profits rose 17.7 percent for the fourth quarter of 2016 and 7.7 percent for the year, the company said Wednesday.

Murphy sees common cause with Trump on ‘Buy American’

Mark Pazniokas | Connecticut Mirror |

A liberal Connecticut senator is trying to mesh his long campaign pushing the federal government to enforce a Depression-era “Buy American” law with Donald J. Trump’s inaugural vow...

Stanley obtains $1.25B credit loan after billion-dollar deals

Patricia Daddona |

Stanley Black & Decker obtained a $1.25 billion revolving credit loan Thursday from Citibank and other lenders.

N. Hartford firm hit with $400K EPA penalty

Gregory Seay |

A New Hartford adhesives maker must pay $400,000 in fines and settlement payments for violating a provision of the federal Clean Air Act, prosecutors say.

Specialized Kaman aircraft prepped for flight

Patricia Daddona |

Bloomfield-based Kaman Aerosystems has received its first K-MAX airframe from a reopened production line in Jacksonville, Fla., and will assemble, test and certify it in Connecticut.

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