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  • Former UTC CEO ChĂȘnevert Departed With $184 Million Retirement Package

    Former UTC CEO Chênevert Departed With $184 Million Retirement Package
    In addition to a healthy eight figures of compensation from his final year as the chief executive of United Technologies, Louis ChĂȘnevert left the company with a retirement package valued at $184.3 million. The sum includes his pension and previously...
  • UTC Moving Headquarters From Hartford To Farmington

    UTC Moving Headquarters From Hartford To Farmington
    HARTFORD — United Technologies plans to move its corporate headquarters out of downtown's Gold Building and into Farmington by the end of this year, a company executive said Thursday afternoon. The move is part of an effort to reduce corporate...
  • UTC Chief Spends The Day Selling Idea Of A Spinoff

    UTC Chief Spends The Day Selling Idea Of A Spinoff
    NEW YORK — Early Thursday, United Technologies CEO Gregory Hayes started making the case for spinning off the corporation's Sikorsky Aircraft business. From one angle at least, the maker of the Black Hawk and presidential Marine One helicopters...
  • UTC Taking Hard Look At Selling Or Spinning Off Sikorsky

    UTC Taking Hard Look At Selling Or Spinning Off Sikorsky
    United Technologies Corp. is considering selling or spinning off Sikorsky, a move that has long been the subject of whispers and more recently open talk of an imminent deal in the defense industry. The Hartford-based company said late Wednesday that...
  • Sikorsky may separate from United Technologies Corp.

    Sikorsky may separate from United Technologies Corp.
    Sikorsky Aircraft, which employs about 1,300 workers in Palm Beach County, is under consideration for a spin-off into a separate company, potential sale or other alternative, according to parent company United Technologies Corp. of Hartford, Conn. "We...
  • UTC Mum On Report That It Plans To Open Regional HQ In South Florida

    United Technologies Corp. declined to comment Wednesday on a published report that the company plans to move 450 jobs into a new $115 million office building in south Florida. It is unclear where the work would come from, but the report, published...
  • 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...