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HomeServe USA buys Ohio HVAC service provider

The acquisition expands HomeServe USA's presence in the northern Ohio market.

Conn. tuition hikes in check

Compared to many states, Connecticut has kept is public college and university tuition hikes largely in check according to a new study.

Frontier, Crius hook up

In a partial return to its roots, Frontier Communications Corp. introduced FTR Energy Services alongside Stamford-based Crius Energy.

Frontier storm cost: $18m

Frontier spent $18 million recovering from freak summer storms that caused widespread damage in its territories.

Yale, UConn, Fairfield U. stand out in rankings

Yale University, the University of Connecticut, and Fairfield University earned top spots in U.S. News and World Report’s latest installment of national college rankings. (Updated)

Air Force taps GE, Pratt

The Air Force Research Laboratory selected GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney to develop separately a newfangled jet engine.

OPEL exits solar

Northern States Metals is acquiring the solar business of OPEL Technologies.

Malloy appoints new nonprofit liaison

Terry Edelstein of South Glastonbury is Connecticut’s new nonprofit liaison.

Chefs’ Warehouse buys Ohio co.

Chefs’ Warehouse swallowed Michael’s Finer Meats, a food distributor in Columbus, Ohio.

NTSB: GEnx engine check ongoing

An investigation continues into a shaft failure in a new GE Aviation engine on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Union promises Harbor Point action

A construction union is readying a picket campaign against the developer of Stamford’s Harbor Point district.

After sour 2011, BI takes flight again

With a viral video and a potential blockbuster new drug, Boehringer Ingelheim is winning notice once more.

Deep-sixed

Connecticut plummeted in a study on economic competitiveness, with death taxes one factor.

In the field

Pat Callahan is wrapping up a 30-year career at Pepperidge Farm, and other Fairfield County business news.

Don’t rock the boat, baby

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