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  • Malloy To Attend Paris Air Show

    Malloy To Attend Paris Air Show
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is traveling to France next week to highlight Connecticut companies and recruit new business to the state. The Democratic governor will attend the International Paris Air Show, the world's largest and longest-...
  • With Sikorsky future uncertain, state backs incentives deal

    As United Technologies Corp. considers the future of helicopter subsidiary Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., Connecticut's economic development commissioner says she's "relatively comfortable" the state protected itself in last year's deal providing incentives for...
  • UTC Finds Higher Profits Amid Lower Sales

    Despite reporting lower sales, United Technologies Corp. said Tuesday that its profits jumped nearly 20 percent in the first quarter. Much of the boost in profits came to the maker of Otis elevators and Pratt & Whitney engines through about $230...
  • Idealism Drives 26-Year-Old Entrepreneur

    Idealism Drives 26-Year-Old Entrepreneur
    HARTFORD — While many of Ray Fraser's peers were working in retail and living at home because they had to, he was choosing to take that path. Fraser, 26, said he had three career-level job offers at graduation, two from companies where he had...
  • UTC Names Robert Leduc New Sikorsky Aircraft President

    UTC Names Robert Leduc New Sikorsky Aircraft President
    HARTFORD — A month after announcing it might spin off Sikorsky Aircraft, corporate parent United Technologies Corp. named a new president for the helicopter maker and moved the company's former president into a role where he can help with any...
  • Local high schools compete in district robotics event

    Local high schools compete in district robotics event
    Teams participating in the NE FIRST Hartford District Event at Hartford Public High School the weekend of March 28 and 29 had been working since early January to design, build, program and test robots to play this year's game, RECYCLERUSH. The recycling-...
  • Final Five Hartford Team Names Still Lame

     Final Five Hartford Team Names Still Lame
    If there was one good thing to say about the selection of the final five names for the minor league baseball team — now the New Britain Rock Cats — moving to Hartford next year, it is that five other dopey names were scratched. The ones we...
  • Whirlybird Spinoff

    Whirlybird Spinoff
    Many years ago I learned an important lesson. I’m no businessman and no investor either. As an investor, I went with the fad of the day, which was conglomerates. Conglomerates were companies that bought up other companies that were unrelated...
  • 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...