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Stamford finance firm offers November profits to veterans fund

Mischler Financial Group — a California investment bank and institutional brokerage with a Stamford office — is pledging 10 percent of its November profits to Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation,

Sandy Hook’s e4sciences lands $9.9 million Army Corp contract

A Sandy Hook firm is making waves in the engineering field, winning a competitive bid for a U.S. Army Corp of Engineers contract for engineering and architectural services in the North Atlantic.

Sikorsky sales down 7 percent as military cuts weigh on profits

Stratford-based Sikorsky Aircraft actually delivered more helicopters in the first quarter of this year than a year ago, but sales revenue was down 7 percent to $1.24 billion, the aircraft maker’s

Sequestration could take $960 million from the state

Connecticut has updated the impact from sequestration cuts that pegs total lost revenues to the state at more than $960 million. The Office of Fiscal Analysis, after a review of the the spending cuts,

Boeing Sikorsky unveil helicopter of the future

Boeing and Sikorsky said Thursday they have the U.S. Military’s helicopter of the future. The aviation giants have teamed up to pursue the Army’s Joint Multi-Role contract and will offer up a new

U.S. Army Chief of Staff plans to push out Black Hawk deliveries

Defense News is reporting today that U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno has signed a plan to deal with sequestration that would include extending the Black Hawk fleet modernization program by

Black Hawk provides Sikorsky cover against sequestration

With concerns over sequestration hanging over his Sikorsky Aircraft, Pratt & Whitney and UTC Aerospace systems subsidiaries, Louis Chenevert, chief executive officer and chairman of United

Sikorsky in financial tussles with Canadians and U.S.

Stratford-based Sikorsky Aircraft is facing up to $80 million in fines from the Canadian government, Reuters reported this week, if the helicopter maker can’t get the Canadians to accept delivery of

Sikorsky Boeing team up to create Pentagon’s helicopter of the future

The Pentagon’s Joint Multi-Role demonstrator program is the starting line for a race to win the most lucrative helicopter contract in U.S. history, that is if the government continues to fund it. On

Joint Chiefs call on Congress to call off sequestration

The Joint Chiefs for Staff for the U.S. Military have sent a letter to Congress warning that if they do not stop sequestration, the United States will be left with a hollow force. The letter, reported