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C&W sees global office recovery by 2025

The study found that an important factor is work-at-home and the level at which it will fundamentally alter how businesses handle their office space requirements.

United Rentals expands Canadian presence with $92M acquisition

“The acquisition of WesternOne Rentals and Sales will expand both our general rental and specialty offerings in key Canadian provinces,” said Michael Kneeland, CEO of Stamford-based United Rentals.

XPO Logistics opens first last mile hub in Canada

“Demand for our service is on the rise as more people buy heavy goods online and retailers outsource deliveries,” said Troy Cooper, president of the Greenwich-headquartered company.

Purdue Pharma pulls plug on marketing opioids in Canada

Purdue announced in February that it would stop marketing its prescription painkillers in the U.S.

Canadians said to court non-Sikorsky chopper makers

Sea King helicopters prove problematic to replace.

Xerox acquires Canadian software company

CPAS designs software for large-scale applications like national pensions.

Central Hudson presses on with merger

Administrative ruling against the deal is viewed as bump in road, not dead end.

CH and Fortis continue on path to merge

Central Hudson Energy Group merger with a Canadian company moves ahead.

Report: Canada to fine Sikorsky over delay

A top Canadian government official said yesterday that the country would impose financial penalties against Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. for delays in delivering Cyclone search and rescue helicopters, according to reports.

Sikorsky S-76D helicopter gains FAA certification

With the S-76D, Sikorsky has a new opportunity to demonstrate its value to the commercial sector.

Dorel expands in Bethel

Dorel Industries is expanding its Cycling Sports Group and Cannondale facility in Bethel.

Report: U.K. reopens rescue bidding

Two years after losing the inside track on search-and-rescue helicopters for the United Kingdom, Sikorsky will get another crack at the mammoth contract.

UTC to pay $55m in ITAR violation (update)

United Technologies Corp. will pay $55 million to settle charges a division violated export controls.

Pioneering years

In six years, Jeff Pino pushed Sikorsky’s Connecticut engineers to test the limits of rotorcraft flight – while pushing standard production off shore.

Sikorsky sales lower

Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. sales dropped 15 percent in the first quarter.