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CONNECTICUT'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 32 • NUMBER 3 $3.00 FEBRUARY 5, 2024 Riding Tailwinds Led by former U.S. submarine force commander, Groton's ThayerMahan at forefront of autonomous maritime surveillance technology. Page 5 Taking Flight $1.8B Kaman Corp. deal reflects private equity's growing interest in CT manufacturers. Page 20 Vertical Integration Waterbury manufacturer Seidel pushes back against offshoring with major local expansion. Page 13 Managing The Extremes Wiggin and Dana launches general counsel outsourcing services for cash-strapped startups. Page 15 Succession Plan Accounting merger activity heats up as aging partners eye retirement, firms look for growth. Page 24 HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER Daniel O'Keefe, commissioner-designate of the state Department of Economic and Community Development, at his downtown Hartford office. Upward Trajectory New DECD chief O'Keefe: Post-pandemic trends offer CT major growth opportunities. Page 10

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