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200 students to attend pro-manufacturing event

Joe Cooper |

State and manufacturing officials will educate more than 200 middle school students Wednesday on the opportunities in manufacturing.

Health insurers test new employer wellness programs

Q&A talks with Jason Madrak, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care's regional vice president in Connecticut, about the insurer's newest employer wellness program.

CT Tech Council CEO Carlson to resign

Joe Cooper |

Bruce Carlson, CEO and president of the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC), has informed its board of directors he will step down from his post at year-end.

Survey: Businesses report 58% rise in email cyber attacks

Joe Cooper |

U.S. businesses are experiencing a significant increase in email cyber schemes this year, according to a new survey.

Ideanomics completes $5.2M UConn campus purchase

Joe Cooper |

Global fintech Ideanomics announced Wednesday it has completed its $5.2 million purchase of UConn’s former West Hartford campus on Trout Brook Drive.

CT seeks mobile manufacturing training partner

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut wants a collaborator who can set up a mobile manufacturing training lab to update and expand the skills of new and incumbent production workers.

UConn licenses IP to New Haven’s Biohaven

Joe Cooper |

UConn has authorized New Haven's Biohaven Pharmaceutical Holding Co. Ltd. to study and develop an antibody it developed that fights autoimmune disorders.

Air Liquide completes hydrogen fueling station in Hartford

Joe Cooper |

Air Liquide Advanced Technologies on Monday said it completed installing a hydrogen fueling station in in Hartford's North Meadows section.

CT's Tru-Hitch wins $10.6M Army deal

Gregory Seay |

Barkhamsted manufacturer Tru-Hitch Inc. has won a $10.6 million Pentagon contract to supply the U.S. Army more of its proprietary vehicle-towing and recovery systems over the next three years.

Google+ to shut down after security bug

CNNMONEY |

For Google, a data privacy reckoning may finally come as a result of a service that it admits almost no one uses much anymore.Google said Monday it is...

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