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Stanley commits $2M to Hartford Hospital

Patricia Daddona |

New Britain toolmaker Stanley Black & Decker is giving $2 million to support Hartford Healthcare's Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI).

Manufacturers can soon tout 'Connecticut-Made' products

Q&A talks with state Rep. Caroline B. Simmons (D-Stamford), about a new state law creating a “Connecticut-Made” program that aims to spotlight manufacturers and retailers.

Mobile lab brings advanced manufacturers on-site training

Patricia Daddona |

Twenty-three-year-old Levon Gonzalez of East Hartford has taken three workshops in Goodwin College's new advanced manufacturing mobile lab.

Otis Elevator President Delpech quits

Greg Bordonaro |

The top boss at Farmington-based Otis Elevator has resigned to take a new job in Europe, the company announced.

Strong industrial, aerospace sales lift Barnes' 2Q profits

Greg Bordonaro |

Bristol industrial and aerospace manufacturer the Barnes Group Inc. said Friday its second quarter profits jumped 36 percent, driven by strong sales growth and lower taxes.

Alexion revamps R&D focus as 2Q profits soar

Patricia Daddona |

New Haven drugmaker Alexion Pharmaceuticals' profits soared 38 percent in the second quarter despite a federal probe and recent c-suite shakeup, as the company announced a restructuring of its...

Falling Airbus profits attributed, in part, to Pratt engine problems

Patricia Daddona |

Paris-based Airbus said Thursday it will deliver fewer passenger jets using Pratt & Whitney's PurePower geared turbofan engine because of various unspecified technical problems with the engine that...

Record 2Q sales boost Amphenol net

Gregory Seay |

Amphenol Corp. lifted second-quarter net income on record sales for the Wallingford manufacturer's electronic wiring systems, cable connectors and related products.

Pratt, Pittsburgh supplier ink engine materials deal

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney has agreed to a long-term purchase agreement to buy nickel-based alloys and other materials for jet engines from Pittsburgh-based Allegheny...

UTC's 2Q profits grow 3%

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington-based United Technologies Corp. posted a 3 percent increase in profits for the second quarter, reflecting "solid" performance across divisions, according to CEO Greg Hayes.

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