| Dec 19, 2011
| 4:48 AM
Boeing Co started a year later than its European rival Airbus in a race to overhaul the $2 trillion narrowbody aircraft market, and is fighting hard to restore balance to their tense duopoly.
With Boeing's announcement this week that it has a launch...
| Jul 3, 2012
| 9:48 AM
Bill Kehoe runs the 200-meter dash for the East Windsor High School track team. What was his fastest time?
"I would rather not say."
He also competes in the pole vault. What was his top height?
"I would rather not say."
Little surprise that Kehoe, the...
| Feb 20, 2012
| 8:06 AM
The website Matador Life has a very intriguing new article that questions whether it’s still a good idea for high schoolers to seek out a college degree. They bring up some good points. For example:
1) In this technological world, you can learn a...
| Apr 8, 2012
| 5:30 PM
From less than $1 million to $25 million or more, the amount of money it takes to get your name on a building at one of Connecticut's institutions varies greatly.
Linda McMahon, the former wrestling executive now running for U.S. Senate, gave Sacred...
| Sep 30, 2011
| 6:58 AM
A dispute that has held up Boeing Co's first delivery of a stretched model of its 747 jumbo jet could be resolved when the chief executive of Qatar Airways visits Boeing's turf on Friday.
The delivery, scheduled to take place 10 days ago, had to be...
| Nov 1, 2011
| 6:30 AM
Spice the mouse was spinning happily on his exercise wheel, untroubled by the move that the Meyer family was making to escape the cold and dark.
But unlike most families, Melissa and Carl Meyer, their three kids aged 7, 5 and 3, two mice, two cats and...
| Aug 2, 2012
| 12:09 PM
Last year, Gov. Dannel Malloy spent more than two months traveling outside Connecticut and he's clearly not lost the travel bug. Now he's heading for China.
His target is the World Economic Forum Summit in Tianjin, China, which will run from Sept. 8-16....
| Aug 19, 2012
What happens to a theater when it loses its founding director — especially when that person is such a singular and high-profile force for decades in the community?
Hartford's TheaterWorks faced a series of quick and dramatic hurdles following the...
| Oct 28, 2009
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...
| Aug 4, 2009
Sam Varma arranges the classroom's projector screen, promising that this video will be "wild." It shows a hapless seal about to get eaten in the ocean.
Then, a twist! The seal lunges in the air, pivots, narrowly avoiding the gaping jaws of a great...
| Jul 13, 2009
Harry J. Gray
Former CEO of United Technologies
Harry J. Gray, 89, the retired United Technologies Corp. chief executive who is credited with transforming the company into an industrial conglomerate, died Wednesday in Hartford, Conn., according to his...