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Airbus, Blumenthal host aerospace conference

Airbus seeks to add to the $5 billion relationship it has with the state.

Region sees weak October job growth

Job growth in the Hudson Valley last month was weaker than expected, with private sector employment showing almost no change from a year ago.

Sikorsky dodges furlough bullet

Pentagon sends employees back to work.

CI to stress STEM at Lone Star summit

Connecticut Innovations heads to Texas; science is on the syllabus.

Cuts continue at Northrop Grumman facility

Another 100 employees in Norwalk will be laid off.

Pepsi enters upstate yogurt venture

Pepsi and its Quaker Oats arm team with a German dairy company.

Editorial: Room to grow

Why did the Texas economy grow 4.8 percent in 2012 while Connecticut’s shrank? Because businesses feel comfortable expanding in Texas, while they don’t feel at ease in the Constitution State.

Job numbers hit all-time high

Despite a sluggish economy, the state’s private sector job count reached an all time-high in March

Job numbers hit all-time high

Despite a sluggish economy, the state’s private sector job count reached an all time-high in March.

CI Solais investment returns $600,000

An investment into a Stamford light manufacturer, earned the state's quasi-public financing entity $600,000 upon the sale of the company.

Valley slowly recaptures jobs lost to downturn

Manufacturing is down, but other private sector industries grow.

First gun maker announces departure from Connecticut

The first Connecticut-based gun manufacturer has announced official plans to leave the state with the passage of new gun legislation, which includes a ban on several military-assault weapons and magazine firearms with more than 10 rounds.

Pratt and Whitney to invest $8 million in UConn

Pratt and Whitney Co. plans to build the most advanced additive manufacturing center in the nation on the University of Connecticut's Storrs campus.

Numbers reveal recovery still in low gear

Westchester, Rockland and Putnam experienced job growth over the past year, particularly in education and health services.

A coffee addiction, 184 years in the making

This week, 184 years ago in 1829, the first coffee mill patent was awarded to James Carrington of Connecticut.