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Raytheon’s Danbury precision optics unit sold to Colorado company

The Danbury business, part of Raytheon Technologies’ Collins Aerospace unit, is a technology provider of precision electro-optical systems for National Security Space missions and defense survivability needs.

Lamont ‘having a ball,’ keeps things upbeat at WorkPlace meeting

“Take out all the friction and we’ll make this economy sing,” the governor told the crowd at The WorkPlace's quarterly meeting, held June 21 at Housatonic Community College.

Pratt & Whitney investing up to $45M in Florida facility

Repercussions from the proposed merger between United Technologies Corp. and Raytheon Co. appear to be continuing as UTC subsidiary Pratt & Whitney has announced plans to invest as much as $45 million to overhaul its West Palm Beach facility.

Connecticut Republicans say UTC-Raytheon merger bad for the state

“This jarring announcement from arguably our best-known, highest-profile business has got to serve as an overdue wake-up call to the governor and to the Democrat-controlled state legislature," says Republican state Sen. Tony Hwang.

United Technologies-Raytheon merger impact on CT uncertain

Nearly all of UTC’s 19,000 employees are expected to remain in Connecticut, but parallels to GE's leaving Fairfield for Boston are easy for some to make.

UTC appoints Akhil Johri as CFO

Akhil Johri previously served the company for 26 years.

UConn and United Technologies Corp. forge tech partnership

UTC employees will take courses at the Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering at the university this fall.

Pratt & Whitney secures $231M Air Force contract

Engine manufacturer holds on to engine maintenance contract.

Sikorsky dodges furlough bullet

Pentagon sends employees back to work.

Shutdown woes: Sikorsky may furlough 2,000

Without government inspectors, UTC manufacturing will halt.

Pratt & Whitney cuts another 400 employees

Layoffs in the defense sector continue.

Commercial activity bolsters aerospace firms

As the defense sector continues to shrink, a new report suggests gains in the commercial aerospace sector may be high enough to make up for losses in defense revenue

Sikorsky to lay off 200 employees

Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. announced plans to lay off 200 employees, primarily in Connecticut.

Pratt & Whitney breaks ground on Singapore facility

Aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney expanded on its 30-year presence in Singapore this morning, breaking ground on its first production facility in the tiny southeast Asian country.

Sikorsky S-76D helicopter gains FAA certification

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