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United Technologies unit buys Simtronics ASA

United Technologies Corp.'s UTC Fire & Security unit is buying Simtronics ASA, a Norwegian company that provides fire detection and extinguisher systems for the ship and offshore energy industries. Full story

Reuters: UPDATE 2-Long-term costs next challenge for F-35 jet program

* More work needed to cut production costs (Adds comments on United Technologies engine) Full story

United Tech's 1Q profit up on stronger revenue

Elevator, jet engine and building technology maker United Technologies Corp. said Wednesday that its first-quarter net income jumped 17 percent as its revenue rose and orders climbed for all three businesses. Full story

A look at 1Q revenue at United Technologies

First-quarter sales at United Technologies Corp. across its business segments, in billions of dollars: Full story

Conn. job cuts loom at Hamilton Sundstrand

Aerospace parts-maker Hamilton Sundstrand, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp., said it is cutting jobs at its Windsor Locks site to reduce costs. Full story

Jet engine business booming for Pratt & Whitney

Jet engine maker Pratt & Whitney spent much of last year fighting to shut two engine repair shops in Connecticut due to fierce competition and the recession. Now the economy is recovering, orders are rising for a marquee product and a competitor has been eliminated for a military fighter jet engine. Full story

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Reuters: UPDATE 1-United Technologies profit rises 12 percent

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