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Report outlines changing face of CT employment

Keith Griffin |

A new report issued by the state Department of Labor shows Connecticut has transitioned since the recession from its top job sector being trade, transportation, and utilities to education and health...

Kaman's 1Q sales rise, net falls

Gregory Seay |

Bloomfield's Kaman Corp. posted lower net profits despite higher overall first-quarter sales paced by deliveries of programmable fuzes for arming warplane bombloads.

Small businesses urged to consider exporting for growth

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

As the District Director for the U.S. Department of Commerce, Anne Evans remains bullish about Connecticut, despite a recent report showing that the state's exports declined last year for the first...

Bill aims to strengthen student interest in manufacturing

Greg Bordonaro |

State lawmakers are currently pondering a bill aimed at encouraging more middle and high school students to consider manufacturing careers.

Talent, technology top attendees' lists for Hartford's 'Mfg4' expo

Gregory Seay |

The several thousand manufacturing professionals descending on downtown Hartford for “Manufacturing 4 the Future” forum/exposition will have no topic more pressing than their perennial...

C-PACE unveils manufacturer, multi-family perks

Matt Pilon |

There was lots of news out of the Connecticut Green Bank this week, which said it has tapped additional funding sources for its Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program (C-PACE),...

Barnes Group's 1Q sales fall 4%

Gregory Seay |

Bristol aerospace-industrial manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. posted lower first-quarter sales and flat earnings.

UTC's per-share net up, sales flat

Gregory Seay |

United Technologies Corp. managed a slight uptick in per-share net income that beat Wall Street's estimates in the first quarter despite overall flat sales.

JetBlue gets Pratt-powered Airbus

Gregory Seay |

The first U.S.-built Airbus passenger jet equipped with engines developed by a Pratt & Whitney Co. consortium has been delivered to JetBlue, officials say.

W. Hartford's Park Place, West Wynd sell for $9.45M

West Hartford's Park Place West and West Wynd apartments, totaling 106 units, recently sold for a combined $9.45 million, brokers say.

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