Yearly Archive for 2012

: 2012

Kaman board declares dividend

Kaman’s board authorized a 16 cent quarterly dividend today to shareholders of record on June 19. It is payable on July 3, the same day as the West Haven fireworks. Kaman shares were up a penny to

OK mineral company relocates to Stamford

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Tuesday his hometown of Stamford will be the new headquarters for Tronox Inc., a global producer of titanium di-oxide used to whiten paint and other residential and

Last chance for Veterans to register for construction job fair

Veterans with construction skills have until today to register for a jobs matching program which will take place in Middletown on June 14. Here’s some good information from U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro on

When will the house fall on the witch?

Well, heading into this week, one can only say “It’s a twister, it’s a twister! Jeez, look across the Atlantic and the countries lining up to bail out their banks is seemingly as long as the line of

AG Jepsen OK with more hospital consolidation

Here’s the AG’s take on the merger of Yale-New Haven and Saint Raph’s. HARTFORD – Attorney General George Jepsen announced today that he has completed his antitrust investigation of the proposed

Obama administration pushes recognition of military credentials

Just a day after U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., told a panel of H.R. executives legislation needs to be enacted to get states like Connecticut to recognize the military credentials of

NU shares remain aloft as market sells off

While most of Connecticut-based companies saw their share prices pulled downward in Friday’s fall, Northeast Utilities’ stock remained buoyant and was up more than 1 percent to $36.43 just before 2:30

Household debt drops to $11.44 trillion despite student loan jump

The New York Fed reported results of its quarterly survey for household debt this morning and found households across the nation have continued to deleverage, with much of that coming from reductions

Veteran unemployment set to jump?

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal warned businesses Wednesday of a potential wave of veterans who could swell the ranks of the unemployed unless the private sector starts to realize the value of former

National $26 million manufacturing competition

The Commerce Department and several other federal agencies are once again fielding applications for the Advanced Manufacturing Jobs and Innovation Accelerator Challenge, which could split $26 million