An Ovation guitar factory in the western Connecticut hills that has produced instruments for music legends from Paul Simon to Cat Stevens to Glen Campbell will be closing after 47 years.
A Massachusetts-based not-for-profit health plan is moving into Connecticut this summer.
United Technologies Corp. reported Tuesday its first-quarter profit dropped 4 percent as slightly higher revenue was offset by restructuring costs, asset sales and currency exchange rates.
Connecticut’s House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a deal to grant up to $400 million in tax credits to United Technologies Corp. if UTC makes up to $500 million in upgrades and expansion and hires more workers.
The Connecticut House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved a $400 million tax credit exchange deal, reached by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration with the state’s largest private employer, United Technologies Corp.
The latest honor for the University of Connecticut National Champion men’s and women’s basketball teams has a pop-top and fizzes.
Connecticut lawmakers are again trying to ban discrimination against unemployed job seekers, a problem that advocates say has not gone away even though the jobless rate has fallen from a peak of 9.5 percent in November 2010 to 7 percent in February.
Unilever is paying $4.5 million for environmental violations at its former health and beauty products manufacturing plant in Clinton.
Connecticut and Pfizer Inc. have announced that two vacant buildings on the pharmaceutical company’s Groton campus will be used for bioscience research and the storage of state data.
Things are going as scheduled at the Jackson Labs project at the UConn Health Center in Farmington.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.