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  • 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.
  • 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...

    Murphy Publicizes His Fight To Protect American Manufacturing

    The first bill he'll introduce when he returns to Washington will be the American Jobs Matter act. That bill says the Pentagon should consider the impact to U.S. jobs when making procurement decisions. HARTFORD — As he has for the past five years,...

    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...

    Congress OKs bill banning purchases of Russian-made rocket engines

    Congress OKs bill banning purchases of Russian-made rocket engines
    For more than a decade, the United States military has depended on buying Russian-made rocket engines to launch its most crucial satellites. On Friday, Congress said no more. Despite lobbying from a joint venture of Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin Corp.,...