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  • Correction from the White House: Obama is not keen on banker bonuses

     
    Lest there be any mistake, the White House would like everyone to know that President Obama has no warm feelings about banker bonuses. The White House went into action after the financial news service Bloomberg put up an article on......
  • BP, Caterpillar and ConocoPhillips leave the U.S. Climate Action Partnership

     
    Three major companies – BP America, Caterpillar Inc. and ConocoPhillips – said Tuesday that they will not renew their membership in the U.S. Climate Action Partnership. The coalition of nearly 30 companies and environmental groups was launched in 2007...
  • Obama's deficit-cutters: Lineup named

     
    by Mark Silva The lineup for the deficit-cutting commission that President Barack Obama has created is starting to take shape. The president's front line includes David Cote, CEO of Honeywell International, and Alice Rivlin, a fomer White House Office of....
  • Little green mend: Simple gadgets to make the average home greener

     
    Homeowners who believe they've been left out of the so-called green movement have every reason to feel that way. Until recently, the effort to reduce the environmental impact of housing has been concentrated on new construction. But even now that green...
  • Federal Aviation Administration awards $125 million in green technology contract

     
    Quieter jets and greener airplanes? With the $125 million in contracts awarded Thursday, the Federal Aviation Administration hopes to start making it so. The agency doled out funds to Boeing Co., General Electric Co., Honeywell, Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-...
  • Opera: 'Life Is a Dream' -- except when it's not

     
    In the spring of 1975, I was invited by Herta Glaz Redlich, director of the New Haven Opera Theater in Connecticut, to compose a new work for the company. At our first meeting she suggested as a basis for a......
  • George David's Legacy

    George David's Legacy
    George David rose from elevator executive to the pinnacle of Connecticut's largest private employer, United Technologies Corp., which he has presided over since the early 1990s. It's been a great ride for him and UTC's investors, though a bumpier one...
  • Wife Claims A Role With David In UTC Divorce Trial

    During his marriage to Marie Douglas-David, George David discussed with her the possible acquisition of 3M Corp. by United Technologies Corp., Douglas-David's lawyers said in court Wednesday, referring to a deal that had never been made public. UTC did...
  • Resort Offers Stay In Exchange For Slumping Stocks

    NEW YORK - If you're thinking about skipping that vacation this year, you many want to reconsider.  One company is urging people to trade in their struggling stocks for some fun in the sun. It's all part of Elite Island Resorts latest promotion "Roll...
  • Medical choppers rush into high risk

    With 35 deaths so far, 2008 is the worst on record in the U.S. for accidents involving emergency medical helicopters - aircraft that experts describe as the most dangerous in the sky. While major airline crashes have become extremely rare in the last...
  • Brighter Living: Green Chill

    Supermarkets rely on refrigeration systems to keep foods safe and beverage storage. But these systems can emit greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. Now, the EPA is partnering with supermarkets nationwide to put the freeze on these emissions...
  • Family of Americans killed in Air France crash sue

    Family of Americans killed in Air France crash sue
    HOUSTON (AP) - The families of the two Americans killed in the crash of an Air France flight off the South American coast in June have filed a lawsuit in a Houston federal court. The lawsuit contends that Air France and Airbus, the plane's manufacturer,...