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Xerox to provide print infrastructure services to defense firm BAE Systems

Xerox's Hervé Tessler said the company will "drive workplace transformation with security as the backbone."

Suite Talk: Bruce Carlson, past-president and CEO, Connecticut Technology Council

"The technology industry is going to continue to take Connecticut out of the economy doldrums that it’s been in," said Carlson.

Pratt & Whitney cuts another 400 employees

Layoffs in the defense sector continue.

Cuts continue at Northrop Grumman facility

Another 100 employees in Norwalk will be laid off.

Security plans boast Marine pedigree

Marist graduate and former Marine Patrick Van Horne has opened a business in Tarrytown named Active Analysis Consulting. He targets the bad guys in what is currently a one-man shop.

Manufacturers wait as sequester looms

Connecticut’s roughly 36,000 employees in the defense industry are anxiously waiting for Washington’s decisions on how it will deal with the March 1 sequestration deadline.

Sikorsky gets $8.5B DOD deal

The U.S. Department of Defense signed an $8.5 billion contract with Sikorsky.

Don’t rock the boat, baby

Forget Dramamine – a Shelton company has moved onto a far more debilitating peril on the open seas.

In the field

Home ownership ticked up in Fairfield County last year, and other news affecting Fairfield County businesses.

In brief

Business news in Fairfield County and Connecticut.

UTC revs up job cuts at Sikorsky

Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. will accelerate job cuts, according to parent United Technologies Corp.

Sikorsky lands Health Net building

As it overhauls its Stratford plant, Sikorsky secured a large building in Shelton as flex space.

Sikorsky lands Health Net building

Sikorsky Aircraft secured a large building in Shelton to accommodate future growth.

In brief

News from around Fairfield County and Connecticut

In brief

News from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.