Thursday Dec 5
United Technologies: Goodrich Acquisition Payoffs Now Tangible
United Technologies announced in September 2011 that it was going to acquire Goodrich, a global supplier of landing gear, airplane brakes and an assortment of aircraft equipment, for a staggering $18.4 billion in what was to be the largest deal ever in the history of the aerospace industry.
The Daily Campus
UConn names Intern of the Year
Aerospace Services. A manager from Inroads, a foundation designed to place underserved youth in businesses and industries, took note of Edwards' exceptional customer service skills while she was working at CVS.
Americas Smart Homes Market Analysis & 2020 Forecasts
'Smart home' denotes a residence furnished with advanced computational and operational network that automatically operates and responds to the requirements of its residents.
United Technologies plans $10 million investment for UConn systems engineering institute
Investment includes $7.5 million contribution, with goal to fund $2.5 million in sponsored research services related to advanced systems engineering projects for UTC The UConn School of Engineering, in partnership with United Technologies Corporation , has launched the UTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering at UConn, thanks to $10 million ... (more)
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United Technologies Corp. Receives Buy Rating from TheStreet
's stock had its "buy" rating reiterated by research analysts at TheStreet in a report released on Monday, AR Network reports.
The Motley Fool
Will United Technologies Crush the Dow Jones Again In 2014?
Shares of the building systems and aerospace technologist have soared 33% higher year to date, leaving fellow Dow Jones is crushing the markets even harder than United Technologies right now, with shares rising 78% so far in 2013.
Report: Americans Value School Buildings, Rate Current Infrastructure Poor to Fair
A new survey suggests that most Americans, 90 percent, think it's important to improve public school buildings.