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.
United Technologies Corp. completed its $16.5 billion acquisition of Goodrich Corp. this week, after striking a deal to sell off a trio of Hamilton Sundstrand units for $3.5 billion.
In the space of a month, Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. secured contracts totaling more than $12 billion.
The U.S. Department of Defense signed an $8.5 billion contract with Sikorsky.
United Technologies Corp. will pay $55 million to settle charges a division violated export controls.
Qatar hopes to buy a dozen Sikorsky Black Hawk helicopters.
In six years, Jeff Pino pushed Sikorsky’s Connecticut engineers to test the limits of rotorcraft flight – while pushing standard production off shore.
Sikorsky’s Poland plant could manufacture very light jet fuselages and wings for Eclipse Aerospace.
A UTC executive said the company would not sink more money into Eclipse, the darling of Sikorsky’s president.
Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. sales dropped 15 percent in the first quarter.
Connecticut extracted merger concessions from Northeast Utilities, and other news affecting Fairfield County businesses.
For a brief moment in time, UTC’s workforce dipped below the 200,000 mark, and other news on Fairfield County business.
As Sikorsky helped launch a major new high-tech incubator in Stamford, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he recently met with IBM.
Gov. Dannel M. Malloy’s nominee as labor commissioner received a welcome reception at the Connecticut General Assembly – despite his admittedly thin credentials in workforce training.
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