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Dunn to retire from United Way; successor named

After more than a quarter century of service to United Way, president and CEO Susan B. Dunn has announced her plans to retire in March 2016 from the United Way.

Murphy’s ‘Buy American’ amendment moves to president

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy's Buy American amendment is heading to President Obama. It was attached to the defense spending bill passed yesterday by Congress.

Pratt engines pass first flight test for new regional jets

Pratt & Whitney's PurePower engines have successfully powered the Mitsubishi Regional Jet in its first flight in Nagoya, Japan.

Revolution Lighting trims 3Q loss

Stamford-based LED lighting manufacturer Revolution Lighting said higher revenue helped pare its third-quarter net loss.

EPA fines CT manufacturer

The federal Environmental Protection Agency has levied a $21,000 fine against Bethany manufacturer Laticrete for failing to file required paperwork related to toxic chemicals.

Kaman to acquire German bearings maker

Bloomfield's Kaman Corp. said its aerospace segment has agreed to purchase a German manufacturer of precision, minature ball bearings.

Butler Equipment Honored | Pratt & Whitney Earns NAACP Award | RH Accountant Selected for “Top 10”

Butler Equipment in West Hartford recently received awards from Sweden manufacturer Husqvarna and Maryland-based Wright Manufacturing for their yearly performance. The...

Lower expenses boost Lydall’s 3Q profits

Manchester filtration and acoustic materials manufacturer Lydall said its third-quarter profits more than doubled, thanks to a $12 million reduction in costs and expenses.

Barnes Aerospace prez to retire

Bristol manufacturer Barnes Group said the head of its aerospace business will retire next year.

State launches minority business initiative

The state has launched the Minority Business Initiative to boost access to technical assistance, state, federal and private funding.

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