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Gov. Ned Lamont conceded Tuesday that the 2019 session of the General Assembly will end June 5 without a vote on highway tolls, recasting his... [Read More]
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A conservative research organization says Connecticut's impending adoption of a $15 minimum hourly wage could cost the state more than 15,500 jobs. The state... [Read More]
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East Hartford's Goodwin College is looking to train the next generation of insurance agents. The private college last week launched a Property and Casualty... [Read More]
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David Lehman, Connecticut's newest economic-development commissioner, sees himself as a life-long learner. Two books on the credenza in his upper-floor downtown Hartford office overlooking... [Read More]
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Connecticut's homegrown fuel cell industry suffered a major blow last month when Danbury-based FuelCell Energy announced it would eliminate nearly one-third of its 431 jobs... [Read More]
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Covr Financial Technologies may be new to Hartford, but its chief executive has long been a fixture of downtown's growing insurance-technology ecosystem. [Read More]
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In an interview with Hartford Business Journal, new Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner David Lehman discussed myriad topics. Here's a Q&A on some... [Read More]
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Two Cromwell tracts have been acquired for $400,000 on which a 12,960-square-foot building will be constructed to house NIC Systems Corp.'s eventual relocation of its... [Read More]
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It's long overdue, but for the first time, Hartford has caught a glimpse of what life might look like without the I-84 viaduct downtown. [Read More]
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State lawmakers are considering a plan to invest $60 million into Hartford's XL Center over the next two fiscal years, in addition to exploring a... [Read More]
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A Hartford attorney is now the new owner of a long-vacant synagogue in downtown Hartford. Jose L. Del Castillo, owner of law firm Del... [Read More]
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Property and casualty insurer The Hartford says its proposed $2.1 billion acquisition of Stamford global specialty underwriter The Navigators Group Inc. is slated to close... [Read More]
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Connecticut, the first state to establish a public-finance pipeline to stoke private energy-efficiency developments, is pushing its model to create a national "green bank." ... [Read More]
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Washington – The U.S. trade war with China has already taken a toll on Connecticut companies and threatens to take a bigger bite out of a... [Read More]
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With unemployment at record lows and tax cuts providing an impetus for growth, there's a war for talent. Those losing the war will be left... [Read More]
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The state House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly Tuesday for a bipartisan measure that proponents say would make Connecticut a reliable customer of electricity produced by... [Read More]
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ShopRite will open its newest Connecticut supermarket in Cromwell on Saturday. It will employ some 280 workers. [Read More]
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Space agencies and suppliers from across the world will travel to downtown Hartford next week for what organizers are calling the first-ever international space trade... [Read More]
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Connecticut labor officials say the state's jobless rate shrank to 3.8 percent last month thanks largely to a revision to its March jobs estimate and... [Read More]
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Investors continue to show interest in Connecticut's medical marijuana industry, which has been operating for more than four years. Florida-based Trulieve Cannabis Corp. said... [Read More]
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