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Moody's downgrades UTC on anticipated risk taking

Citing a “heightened risk profile,” Moody's Investors Service downgraded United Technologies debt rating on Monday.

Gioco is Polamer's new CFO

Mario Gioco is chief financial officer at New Britain aeroparts maker Polamer Precision Inc., effective immediately.

Navy floats $322M option to Electric Boat

Groton submarine builder Electric Boat said it has received a $321.7 million contract option from the U.S. Navy for engineering and design work.

Goodwin’s manufacturing center mixes technology with teaching

Q&A talks about the recently opened Goodwin College Business & Manufacturing Center with Albert Pucino, program director, manufacturing management and quality management systems.

Newly public materials manufacturer leaving CT

Pennsylvania-based manufacturer Trinseo will close its Ledyard latex plant by year’s end, it disclosed in a U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission filing.

Chinese airline to purchase turbofan engines

East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney said Sichuan Airlines has agreed to purchase PurePower engines to power its Airbus planes.

UConn's $79M green residence hall topped out

University and construction officials have placed the last two precast planks on the $79 million UConn Science, Technology, Engineering and Math residence hall in Storrs.

GE moving 500 U.S. jobs to Europe

General Electric, which expects to announce by year's end whether or not it will move its headquarters out of Connecticut, said it plans to move 500 U.S. production jobs to Europe.

UTC changes mind on elevator, climate controls merger

Farmington's United Technologies Corp. said its Otis Elevator and UTC Climate, Controls & Security businesses will be separate once more.

Former UTC chief pops up at Goldman Sachs

The former chairman and CEO of United Technologies Corp. has resurfaced with a new gig at New York investment banking giant Goldman Sachs.

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