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  • United Tech CEO admits error for comment about state's cost

    The chief executive officer of United Technologies Corp. says he was wrong when he said nearly five years ago that Connecticut is a costly place to do business. CEO Greg Hayes and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday celebrated a new assembly line for...
  • Pratt & Whitney Subpoenaed By Pentagon Inspector Over Pricing

    WASHINGTON — The Pentagon inspector general has subpoenaed Pratt & Whitney, saying the engine maker has repeatedly refused to document more than $1.54 billion in maintenance work on C-17 aircraft engines, according to an unreleased audit. The...
  • Two Connecticut Manufacturing Executives Named To Advisory Panel

    The U.S. Department of Commerce has named a pair of Connecticut executives to its manufacturing advisory council. Joe Sylvestro, Pratt & Whitney's head of manufacturing operations, became the first United Technologies Corp. executive chosen for the...
  • Former UTC Executive Named Bombardier CEO

    Alain Bellemare, a former aerospace executive at United Technologies Corp., has been named the CEO of aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Inc. Bombardier, based in Montreal, is making major changes as it deals with problems in its aerospace division....
  • UTC's India Unit Gets FAA Approval For Selling Products Directly

    MUMBAI — UTC Aerospace Systems on Tuesday said that U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has approved a product developed and produced by the firm in India. "The approved product is the four-person life raft which is a compact lightweight device...
  • Investing: More great DOW stocks for dividends

    Cash dividends have accounted for roughly 40 percent of the U.S. stock market's total return over the past 90 years. We think the four companies below are well-positioned to boost payouts in the years ahead. -- Nike (symbol NKE; recent price, $96). The...
  • Seeing A Tougher 2015, United Technologies Cuts Its Forecast

    United Technologies Corp. lowered its sights for 2015 due to the growing strength of the U.S. dollar and higher than expected pension costs. The Hartford company also reported Monday slightly higher fourth quarter earnings, but it did so one day early...
  • Former Pratt President Returns To UTC As Senior Aerospace Executive

    The former president of Pratt & Whitney, David P. Hess, has been pulled from retirement to take over aerospace business development at United Technologies Corp., the company said Tuesday. The latest move comes only days after United Technologies...
  • Epilogue: Connecticut In The Fray As Technology Comes From Anywhere

    Epilogue: Connecticut In The Fray As Technology Comes From Anywhere
    There's no tidy way to summarize the state of innovation and invention in Connecticut, as enterprises have grown from numerous directions, each with its own tradition. It's safe to say that big corporations such as United Technologies, Pfizer and the...
  • United Technologies' Top Aerospace Executive To Leave

    United Technologies' Top Aerospace Executive To Leave
    United Technologies Corp. has eliminated a top aerospace job and, with it, a layer of management that for years separated Pratt & Whitney and UTC Aerospace Systems from the conglomerate's chief executive in Hartford. Alain Bellemare, president and...
  • New UTC Chief Clears The Air In First Analyst Meeting

    New UTC Chief Clears The Air In First Analyst Meeting
    NEW YORK — In his first analyst meeting as chief executive of United Technologies Corp., Gregory Hayes said Thursday the company has a strong future, even as it released earnings projections that were far short of what Wall Street expected. Hayes...