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Legrand's kicks off energy-saving 'marathon'

Matt Pilon |

Just ahead of the Eversource Hartford Marathon scheduled for this weekend, Legrand North America -- which is based in West Hartford -- has fired the starting gun on a marathon of its own.

Henkel bringing Arizona operations to CT

Patricia Daddona |

Arizona-based Henkel Consumer Goods Inc. is relocating to Stamford, where it will combine operations with newly acquired Sun Products Corp., the company has announced.

UConn to launch CT Manufacturing Simulation Center

Patricia Daddona |

UConn, working with the U.S. Economic Development Administration and Connecticut Innovations, is creating a center to share computer modeling facilities and expertise with Connecticut manufacturers,...

Pratt wins Army pact for advanced warbird engines

Gregory Seay |

Pratt & Whitney Co. and joint venture partner Honeywell say they won a U.S. Army contract to develop an engine to power a new fleet of combat helicopters.

Corporate subsidies can’t replace better business climate

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration deserves credit for hatching the $220 million incentive package to keep Sikorsky Aircraft firmly implanted in Connecticut through at least 2032.

A century later, Bristol's Bauer still growing

Gregory Seay |

Long before “pivot'' and “innovation'' became buzzwords in the business lexicon, Bristol manufacturer Bauer Inc. had achieved both.

Lawmakers approve $220M Sikorsky incentive deal

Patricia Daddona |

State lawmakers from the House and Senate Wednesday approved the $220 million incentive agreement for Sikorsky Aircraft in a bipartisan vote.

New Pratt venture to ramp up fan-blade manufacturing

Patricia Daddona |

Pratt & Whitney said it has signed a deal with Hanwha Techwin Co., Ltd., giving the South Korean defense manufacturer a stake in a Pratt facility in Singapore that manufactures engine fan blades.

Why our students need to embrace STEM now

Bob Sobolewski |

The talent pipeline for science, technology and advanced manufacturing jobs in the United States needs an enormous boost of interested kids — and fast.

CT attaches strict terms to Sikorsky's $220M incentive package

Patricia Daddona |

Sikorsky Aircraft will stay in Connecticut through 2032 and produce CH-53K helicopters here, incurring penalties if the company and its parent, Lockheed Martin Corp., fail to meet terms of their...

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