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Former N. London CEO sentenced for Clean Water citation

The former chief executive officer of a New London pharmaceutical company received three years probation, a $30,000 fine, and 300 hours of community service for knowingly violating the U.S. Clean...

Terrorism, falling crude prices don’t deter Wallingford oil tech firm

Brad Kane |

Volatile oil prices, Middle East terrorism, and the falling value of Russian currency all pose threats to Wallingford drilling technology maker APS Technology, but that's not stopping the company's...

Bellemare lands at Bombardier

Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier said it has hired United Technologies' former aerospace chief as CEO.

Pratt, Proton execs named to Commerce panel

Top ranking executives from East Hartford jet engine maker Pratt & Whitney and Wallingford air generator manufacturer Proton Onsite were named to the U.S. Department of Commerce's Manufacturing...

UTC wins energy contract

The research arm of Hartford aerospace manufacturer United Technologies Corp. has won a federal contract to develop a materials database, the company announced.

Colt secures $33M loan facility

West Hartford gun maker Colt Defense LLC said it has secured a $33 million loan that will help it repay outstanding debts under its existing agreement, and for liquidity and general working capital.

Lighting maker to close Wallingford plant

Acuity Brands Inc. will soon close its Wallingford plant where it makes lighting sensors, it disclosed in a filing.

UTC subsidiaries violated Iran sanctions

Hartford aerospace manufacturer United Technologies Corp. disclosed in its annual filing this week that three of its foreign subsidiaries sold products and services to Iranian-owned companies, in...

New Embraer plane takes off with Middletown-made engines

Embraer’s KC-390 plane, which is powered by an engine made in Middletown, took its first flight Tuesday in Brazil.

Danbury gas provider buys out NY firms

Danbury industrial and medical gas provider Tech Air announced Tuesday it reached an agreement to acquire New York-based Prest-O-Sales & Service, Inc. and Prest-O-Peconic.

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