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UTC pledges half its corporate leaders will be women by 2030

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington-based United Technologies Corp. said Tuesday it is committing to gender parity in its corporate leadership by 2030, with the goal of having half of its top roles filled by women.

Reopened Iranian market has potential for Pratt, analyst says

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Pratt & Whitney engines will power passenger airplanes sold by European airplane manufacturer ATR to Iran Air, the latest deal following Iran’s nuclear accord with world powers that ended...

Survey: Industrial earnings poised to exceed expectations

Patricia Daddona |

Heading into first-quarter earnings season, 96 percent of global industrial investors and analysts expect earnings to meet or exceed average expectations, according to a fresh survey from...

Newington aerospace supplier names Frisby CEO

Patricia Daddona |

Newington-based PCX Aerostructures has named board member and executive chairman Jeff Frisby president and CEO.

Manufacturing’s future starts in grade school

Elliot Ginsberg |

Today unprecedented growth is projected for the aerospace and defense sector across our nation and our state.

Farmington biotech raises $2.9M in venture capital

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington biotech firm Azitra Inc. has closed on $2.9 million in venture funding that will allow the company to further test its therapeutic skin treatment.

Navy moves step closer to contract with Sikorsky on King Stallion


The Navy on Tuesday moved a critical step toward awarding Sikorsky a contract on the first two huge King Stallion helicopters to be built in Connecticut.

Report: CT tech-sector employment 26th in nation

Patricia Daddona |

At an estimated $13.5 billion, Connecticut's tech sector represented 5.3 percent of the total gross state product (GSP) in 2016, with tech businesses growing over the past seven years by 1.8 percent...

3M sues Wallingford's Amphenol over alleged patent infringement

Patricia Daddona |

St. Paul, Minn.-based 3M Co. and 3M Innovative Properties Co. have filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Wallingford-based Amphenol Corp.

Public-private partnerships key to workforce development

Amid Connecticut's budget woes, the state received a nice gift last week from manufacturer and electronics maker Siemens.

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