Durata Therapeutics, Inc. to Move to CT, 80 New Jobs Created

Published: Oct 04, 2012

Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced the state will provide up to $2.25 million in grants to Durata Therapeutics, Inc. to support the relocation of its research and development, clinical, and regulatory operations from New Jersey to Branford. The company, whose headquarters are in Chicago, Illinois, will create up to 80 new, full-time jobs in Connecticut. “The goal of Bioscience Connecticut is twofold – creating good paying jobs with good benefits for residents in an industry that is poised for growth,” said Governor Malloy. “With the addition of Durata Therapeutics, we are further cementing the state as a destination for health and life science companies. Connecticut will continue to cultivate new investment, attract new talent, and work with our entrepreneurs to develop our workforce and strengthen our state’s position as a global leader in this rapidly expanding field.”

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