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Hartford MedTech Accelerator partners lay out their vision

Matt Pilon |

A newly announced medical technology and digital health accelerator in Hartford's Constitution Plaza promises to find plenty of synergies with the city's two-year-old insurance technology...

Amphenol's dealbook, 1Q net grow

Gregory Seay |

Wallingford digital cable-connectors maker Amphenol Inc. posted higher first-quarter sales and net profit and announced two recent acquisitions.

More Hartford region biz sold in 1Q

Joe Cooper |

The number of Greater Hartford businesses that traded hands during the first quarter increased, although average sale prices fell sharply, a new report says.

CT community colleges to host mfg. open houses

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's six state community colleges will open their doors Saturday, showcasing their advanced manufacturing training facilities and curricula.

Boeing's profit falls 21% on the 737 Max crisis

CNN BUSINESS |

Boeing's earnings fell 21% in the first three months of the year because of the crisis that grounded its bestselling 737 Max jet.

Hartford HealthCare, Trinity, UConn to launch Hartford medtech accelerator

Matt Pilon |

Hartford HealthCare, Trinity College and the UConn School of Business on Wednesday are expected to announce the launch a medical technology and digital health accelerator, which would join insurance...

UTC's 1Q profits up 4%; separation on track

Joe Cooper |

Farmington conglomerate United Technologies Corp., which is still on track to split into three separate companies by 2020, on Tuesday said its first-quarter profits climbed 4 percent on continued...

Boeing was supposed to make a big profit last quarter. That was before the 737 Max crisis

CNN BUSINESS |

On Wednesday, Boeing will give its most public accounting yet of how the 737 Max crisis has hurt its bottom line.

Give business leaders a 'CT to sell'

Greg Bordonaro |

A lot of attention has been paid lately to Gov. Ned Lamont's efforts to task business leaders with helping sell or boost the state.

Nonprofit Notebook — April 22, 2019

Connecticut's labor agency has awarded $4.7 million to a pair of manufacturing-training partnerships that will find and train some of the thousands of jobless and underemployed youth and adults...

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