New Britain-based company to cut jobs, close offices

Another Connecticut-based company has plans to cut jobs and close down offices.Tool maker Stanley Works says it will eliminate 2,000 jobs across the globe. The

NEW BRITAIN - Another Connecticut-based company has plans to cut jobs and close down offices.

Tool maker Stanley Works says it will eliminate 2,000 jobs across the globe. The company will also shut down three of its 45 manufacturing plants.

Stanley's headquarters are in New Britain and it employs 1,200 people in Connecticut.

Right now it's unclear how many jobs will be affected in the state.

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