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  • Machinists Union At Hamilton Fighting For 30 Jobs

    On Sept. 13, the Machinists union concluded a 52-day negotiation period with Pratt & Whitney over the fate of 1,000 Connecticut jobs. A week later, the company said it would move the jobs out of state, just as it had said it might from the start. The...
  • Wife divorcing ex-CEO: $43 million not enough

    Former United Technologies Corp. chief executive George David and his wife are doing battle in Hartford in a divorce trial that shines light on the couple's extravagant lifestyle. David and Swedish countess Marie Douglas-David married in 2002. They...
  • Pratt & Whitney Lobbies For The F-22

    When it comes to the F-22, Pratt & Whitney's special number is 243. Executives with the jet engine maker said Thursday that a total government order of 243 of the advanced fighter jets — 60 more than now planned — would go a long way to...
  • State Jobs In Jeopardy As Pentagon Signals End Of F-22 Jet Production

    A radically updated Pentagon spending plan announced Monday would cut off new orders of the F-22 Raptor fighter jet this year, jeopardizing thousands of Connecticut jobs that depend on the program. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates called for an end of...
  • George David's Legacy

    George David's Legacy
    George David rose from elevator executive to the pinnacle of Connecticut's largest private employer, United Technologies Corp., which he has presided over since the early 1990s. It's been a great ride for him and UTC's investors, though a bumpier one...
  • Glastonbury Woman A Pioneer Of Pool

    Every now and then, Palmer Byrd will stumble upon a Women's Professional Billiard Association event on ESPN. Byrd, of Glastonbury, will linger on a WPBA tournament and marvel at the level of play. As someone who began playing the game as a teenager and...
  • Edward Cumming Named To Hartt School Post

    Edward Cumming Named To Hartt School Post
    Edward Cumming, outgoing music director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, is sticking around town. Cumming is the new associate professor of conducting and director of orchestral activities at The Hartt School at the University of Hartford. During...
  • Charles H. Kaman, Helicopter Pioneer, Dies At 91

    Charles H. Kaman, the brilliant helicopter pioneer who founded the company that bears his name at age 26 and later launched the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation and developed Ovation guitars, died Monday. Kaman, a longtime resident of Farmington, died...
  • Bailout (of rum, arrows, race tracks)

     
    by Frank James What do rum, motorsport race tracks and wooden arrows used by kids all have in common? The financial markets bailout bill, that's what. Taxpayers for Common Sense has compiled a handy list of what it called the......
  • Why the new love for the old Dow

     
    For Wall Street’s bulls, bigger now is a better idea. Shares of the largest, best-known U.S. companies are spearheading the market’s latest advance -- a switch from the first seven months of the rally, when small-company stocks mostly led the......
  • Bloom Energy announces new fuel cell financing options as industry expands

     
    Bloom Energy on Thursday announced a new financing program that cuts out the upfront cost of purchasing, installing and maintaining one of the company’s fuel cells and instead allows customers to buy only the clean electricity produced. Chief...