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CT companies advocate gay marriage to Supreme Court

Several Connecticut companies have joined forces with corporations across the nation to support gay marriage in a case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.

UTC moving HQ to Farmington

Brad Kane |

Aerospace and building systems conglomerate United Technologies Corp. plans to move its headquarters out of downtown Hartford's Gold Building by the of the year and into its Farmington campus, the...

UTC may spin off Sikorsky

Hartford manufacturing conglomerate United Technologies Corp. indicated late Wednesday that it is considering spinning off its Stratford-based Sikorsky Aircraft business, which makes military and...

UTC buying more Proton OnSite cell stacks

Wallingford's Proton OnSite said it has received follow-on orders for 17 oxygen-creating electrolyzer cell stacks from UTC Aerospace Systems.

Doosan extends commercial building partnership

South Windsor fuel cell manufacturer Doosan Fuel Cell America has extended the partnership with a Swiss manufacturer to make it easier to install fuel cells at commercial buildings.

Additive manufacturing offers CT ways to expand traditional product development

Tom Maloney |

In the HBJ Economic Forecast issue published Dec. 22, 2014, the manufacturing section included an "Experts Corner" article by Rainer Hebert, director of the UConn-Pratt &...

Stanley CEO Lundgren's 2014 compensation up 23 percent

John F. Lundgren, CEO and chairman of New Britain's Stanley Black & Decker, received nearly $2.5 million in additional compensation in 2014, the manufacturer said in a U.S. Securities & Exchange...

CT to loan $3M to expanding Windsor manufacturer

Windsor precision parts manufacturer Leipold Inc. will more than double the size of its manufacturing plant and hire as many as 20 new workers over the next four years, with the help of a $3 million...

Hartford manufacturer to make allergen-free mattress

Hartford family-owned mattress manufacturer Gold Bond said it will begin making a mattress for those who suffer from latex allergies.

Sikorsky gets $8M contract for cockpit automation system

United Technologies subsidiary Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. said the U.S. Department of Defense’s DARPA unit has awarded it an $8 million contract to develop automation that will allow an aircraft...

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