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New Britain engine parts maker bought by India manufacturer

Patricia Daddona |

Cyient, an engineering and manufacturing firm based in India, is acquiring New Britain manufacturer B&F Design Inc. for an undisclosed sum.

UnitedHealth in talks to acquire Latin American insurer

Patricia Daddona |

Insurer UnitedHealth Group is in talks to acquire Latin American health insurer Banmédica, the company confirmed Monday following a news report.

Bradley International Airport working to boost business travel

Patricia Daddona | 2

About half of Bradley International Airport's passengers — more than 3 million a year at last count — are business travelers, a number airport officials want to boost as they try to make...

Visa delay adds uncertainty for CT immigrant-entrepreneurs

Matt Pilon |

Getting a work visa in the United States can be difficult, and the federal government this month put up another roadblock for hopeful immigrants.

Pratt PurePower engine debuts in Russian jet

Patricia Daddona |

Pratt & Whitney's new PurePower geared turbofan engine is heading to Russia.

Cigna expands presence in Middle East

Patricia Daddona |

Bloomfield-based health insurer Cigna is expanding its Middle East operations with the acquisition of general insurer Zurich Insurance Middle East.

EU slaps Google with record $2.7 billion fine

CNNMoney |

European Union regulators slapped Google with a record €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion) antitrust fine on Tuesday, the latest broadside fired at big American tech companies doing business in the...

CT firms at Paris Air Show

Gregory Seay |

Fourteen small Connecticut companies that make or supply aerospace parts will join state economic development officials at the Paris Air Show that begins its six-day run on Monday.

Malloy, Jepsen support Paris climate treaty ditched by Trump

Patricia Daddona | 1

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has joined with 18 other state attorneys general in signing an open letter supporting climate action for the Paris Climate Agreement abandoned last week by...

Users' clamor drove Kaman's K-MAX helicopter to an encore

Gregory Seay |

For barely half a decade, starting in the mid '90s, Bloomfield aeroparts maker Kaman Corp.'s revenue stream included sporadic sales of a small, bug-looking helicopter whose rotor technology was rare,...

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