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Farmington is on the cusp of another development wave

Gregory Seay |

Farmington is on the cusp of another growth spurt, one where new development of apartments, condos, senior-living spaces and medical offices predominate.

Barnes’ 1Q net flat, sales up

Gregory Seay |

Bristol industrial-parts manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. posted flat first-quarter net despite a 7 percent sales gain.

Auditors find inaccuracies in CT's incentive program data

Matt Pilon |

In its latest annual report, the Department of Economic and Community Development likely overstated by “thousands” the number of jobs its incentive and loan programs helped retain, state...

UTC 1Q profits flat, revenues up

Joe Cooper |

Farmington conglomerate United Technologies Corp. said its first-quarter profits were flat despite seeing a 10 percent jump in revenues.

CT Airport Authority hopes to acquire UTC parcel abutting Bradley

John Stearns |

The Connecticut Airport Authority is hoping to acquire a roughly 19-acre parcel next to Bradley International Airport that's currently owned by United Technologies Corp.

Kaman pledges $1K tax-reform bonuses

Gregory Seay |

Bloomfield manufacturer Kaman Corp. says it's joining the list of U.S. employers sharing the wealth with workers in the wake of federal tax reform.

CT among highest states in Pentagon per-capita spending


Pentagon spending on contracts in 2015 was $2,504 for every man, woman and child in Connecticut, more per person than in any other place except Virginia and the District of Columbia, according to a...

Developers pitch $1B N. Britain fuel-cell powered data center

Joe Cooper |

Developers proposing to build a fuel-cell powered data center on New Britain manufacturing properties owned by Stanley Black & Decker are hoping the second time's the charm.

Pratt taps CT manufacturers for expanded engine repair supplier chain

Joe Cooper |

East Hartford jet engine maker Pratt & Whitney said it has inked contracts with five new suppliers to provide maintenance on its geared turbofan (GTF) engines.

Serta's Windsor Locks bedding plant bows

Gregory Seay |

Serta Simmons Bedding LLC says more than 240 workers have begun producing mattresses at its new Windsor Locks factory.

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