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S. Korean fuel cell park with CT ties unveiled

Matt Pilon |

Danbury’s FuelCell Energy executives traveled to South Korea this week where its manufacturing partner and minority owner, POSCO Energy, unveiled a 20-megawatt fuel cell park in the capital...

Glastonbury power company delivering gas turbines to Libya

Patricia Daddona |

Glastonbury-based PW Power Systems Inc. has agreed to deliver two gas turbine units to the General Electric Company of Libya (GECOL).

Why one CT producer is investing time, millions to reshore

Gregory Seay | 2

Cromwell factory owner Jack Carey saw the threat looming several years ago, and began steps to protect his product source, employees and the future of family-run Carey Manufacturing Inc.

At 25-year milestone, Foxwoods Resort Casino plots next quarter century

Norm Bell | 1

For 25 years now, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation has proven itself a sharp developer whose projects have provided entertainment for millions of visitors from across the region while providing...

State’s aerospace companies to head to Australian air show

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Connecticut aerospace companies, ranging from Vernon’s 50-employee Soldream Inc. to East Hartford-based jet engine giant Pratt & Whitney, will be promoting their products at Australia’s...

CT's bioscience push lands top worldwide talent

John Stearns |

The Hartford region's roster of bioscience talent continues to expand with recruitment of top clinicians and researchers, and the hiring spigot shows no signs of shutting off as word spreads about...

Murphy sees common cause with Trump on ‘Buy American’

Mark Pazniokas | Connecticut Mirror |

A liberal Connecticut senator is trying to mesh his long campaign pushing the federal government to enforce a Depression-era “Buy American” law with Donald J. Trump’s inaugural vow...

E-commerce keeps one N. Britain hardware store still thriving

Stan Simpson |

Quiet as it's kept, a few years back Linda Rutkowski was wondering why her brother Arek was spending so much time in front of the computer at the family's New Britain business.

CT attorneys, businesses seek legal payday with junk faxes

Matt Pilon |

Ever get to work and find a stack of unsolicited advertisements waiting in the fax machine?

Recruiting students key challenge facing CT colleges

Q&A talks with Mark Ojakian, president of the board of regents of the Connecticut State College & Universities system.

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