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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


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


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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