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SENSATA TECHNOLGIES reported profit of $105.3 million in the second quarter, a 32.5 percent increase year over year. / COURTESY SENSATA TECHNOLOGIES

Sensata Technologies profit up 32.5% in Q2

ATTLEBORO – Sensata Technologies Inc. which supplies sensors and controls for a variety of applications in diverse industries, reported net income of $105.3 million,...

2 R.I. businesses named to Mogul’s Top 1000 Companies Worldwide for...

PROVIDENCE – CVS Health and Ocean State Job Lot have been recognized among Mogul’s Top 1000 Companies Worldwide for Millennial Women in 2018, according to...

Sensata agrees to sell valves business for $173M

ATTLEBORO – Sensata Technologies Inc. will sell its valves business to Pacific Industrial Co. for $173 million, the companies announced May 22.The business being...
AT THE PARTNERSHIPS ADVANCING STEM Education event at Sensata Technologies in Attleboro: From left, Mansfield Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Michael Connolly, Superintendent Teresa Murphy and Mansfield High School teachers Deborah Fournier and Laura Smith. / COURTESY STACEY KAMINSKI

Sensata Technologies hosts ‘Partnerships’ STEM education event

ATTLEBORO – Sensata Technologies, which manufacturers sensors and controls for various markets, hosted the Partnerships Advancing STEM Education event, organized by the Southeastern Massachusetts...
Sensata Technologies reported 2017 profit of $408.4 million. / COURTESY SENSATA TECHNOLOGIES

Sensata Technologies reports $408M profit in 2017

ATTLEBORO – Sensata Technologies Inc. reported net income for 2017 of $408.4 million, a 55.6 percent increase year over year from 2016. Earnings per diluted...
SENSATA TECHNOLOGIES reported second-quarter net income of $79.45 million, or 46 cents per diluted share, compared with $65.51 million, or 38 cents per diluted share, a year ago. / COURTESY SENSATA TECHNOLOGIES

Sensata Q2 profit up 21.3% to $79.5M

ATTLEBORO – Sensata Technologies Inc.’s second-quarter earnings rose 21.3 percent to $79.5 million on revenue of $839.9 million, which was a 1.5 percent increase...
MORE THAN A GAME: Foosball lightens the office mood at Sensata Technologies in Attleboro, but Chief Human Resources Officer Allisha Elliott, left, and Nydia Weimar, right, compensation manager, are systematic in deploying human resources policies and programs across the multinational maker of sensors and controls. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Creating a base for more growth

Allisha Elliott | Sensata Technologies Holding N.V., senior vice president, chief human resources officerAllisha Elliott is calm in the face of chaos.In just 3...
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