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Cox lifts Sun's, WNBA's popularity

John Stearns |

Amber Cox is back in the basketball game she loves, overseeing business operations for the WNBA's Connecticut Sun and building a new sports passion in the same role with the New England Black Wolves...

CT education tech plan sets new five-year goals

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology has revealed a five-year plan to promote digital learning, technology infrastructure and data and privacy in the state.

Alexion gets new U.S. patents for Soliris

John Stearns |

New Haven-based Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. has received three new U.S. patents involving the composition and pharmaceutical formulations of its key rare blood-disorder drug, Soliris, and methods of...

SBA awards CT Innovations grant for $125K

Patricia Daddona |

The U.S. Small Business Administration has awarded Connecticut Innovations Inc. for $125,000 to support technology-driven small businesses.

CT shares in $5.5M data breach settlement with Nationwide

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut is sharing with other states a $5.5 million settlement with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company to resolve claims related to a 2012 data breach, state Attorney General George Jepsen said.

Avara to acquire Pfizer Italian facility

John Stearns |

Norwalk-based Avara Pharmaceutical Services said it has has signed an agreement with Pfizer to acquire a sterile manufacturing facility in Liscate, Italy.

New Haven's Melinta merging with N.C.'s Cempra

John Stearns |

New Haven's Melinta Therapeutics said Wednesday that it is merging with North Carolina-based Cempra Inc., a publicly traded company and fellow antibiotics developer.

Back9 successor acquires ball tracing app

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford-based Swing by Swing Golf Inc., a golf mobile app, media and entertainment company, has acquired gottaGolf LLC, a top ball tracer and social app.

TransAct Tech posts 15% profit rise

Patricia Daddona |

Hamden-based software technology firm TransAct Technologies said its profits rose 15 percent in the second quarter, mostly due to growth in the restaurant technology market.

ReadyDock raises $1.9M Series A

Matt Pilon |

West Hartford's ReadyDock, which makes a disinfecting device for cell phones and tablets, disclosed Thursday that it's raised $1.9 million in equity.

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