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Green Bank extends C-PACE pairing

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank said it's extending the deadline for a fledgling program meant to provide supplemental funds to recipients of C-PACE financing.

Henkel completes $3.6B purchase of CT laundry-care company

Patricia Daddona |

Rocky Hill-based Henkel has completed its purchase of the laundry and homecare company The Sun Products Corp. in Wilton.

Otis elevators to be featured in Bangkok mixed-use project

Patricia Daddona |

Langsuan Village, a mixed-use development in Bangkok, Thailand, will use 54 Otis elevators and escalators in six towers, the manufacturer announced Thursday.

Bristol manufacturer close to completing acquisition

Patricia Daddona |

Bristol-based Barnes Group has completed the bulk of its $136 million acquisition of Adval Tech's Molds Business, the aerospace and industrial manufacturer said this week.

Incentives granted in EU for Alexion drug

Patricia Daddona |

New Haven-based Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. has obtained orphan drug status in Europe for a new anti-inflammatory antibody developed to treat graft-versus host disease.

DEEP lifts fishing consumption river advisory after Southington spill

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) this week lifted the fish consumption advisory for the Quinnipiac River in Southington following a chemical spill last week.

CT manufacturing jobs on upswing, economist says

Patricia Daddona |

Manufacturing is growing, but that increase in demand needs to be met, according to a CBIA report issued this week.

Ironwood Capital provides financing to Turbine Technologies

Patricia Daddona |

Avon-based Ironwood Capital Connecticut has made a mezzanine debt investment in Farmington-based manufacturer Turbine Technologies, the private equity firm announced Thursday.

Pratt to craft new engine for Army warbirds

Gregory Seay |

East Hartford jet-turbine builder Pratt & Whitney Co. and Honeywell Inc. have teamed up to design an affordable, high-performance turbine for the U.S. Army's fleet of Black Hawk and Apache...

Cable manufacturer first in new innovation cluster

Pomfret-based Loos & Co. is the first business to join a new economic development initiative in northeastern Connecticut known as the Quiet Corner Innovation Cluster (QCIC), officials announced.

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