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Foxwoods Resort Casino reported flat slot revenue for the month of August. [Read More]
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Hundreds of millions of dollars in cuts to higher education proposed in the Republican-approved budget will decimate programs and services for UConn and Connecticut State... [Read More]
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Max Restaurant Group shuttered its flagship property, Max Downtown, this summer for a $1.5 million facelift aimed at modernizing Max's look, broadening its customer demographic... [Read More]
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Health insurers are wielding their significant influence and claims data to address the nation's opioid crisis and are making headway in a key battlefront: encouraging... [Read More]
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Frontier Communications spent $2 billion in 2014 to purchase AT&T's Connecticut wireline business, hoping to stem a longtime cord-cutting trend and gain customers in the... [Read More]
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Connecticut's attorney general and his counterparts in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia have asked Equifax to stop enrolling people in its fee-based credit... [Read More]
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Dillon Stadium could get a modest facelift now that the state and Hartford authorities are soliciting bids for renovations aimed at attracting a soccer or... [Read More]
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After a grueling day of budget negotiations Thursday, Democratic lawmakers are hoping to vote on a new two-year spending plan today. [Read More]
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Mohegan Sun's slot revenues climbed 6.6 percent in August. [Read More]
Rick Cheung has joined the Connecticut Education Network in Farmington as a senior network engineer and team leader providing leadership, direction, and oversight to the... [Read More]
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As the state budget and aid for the cash-strapped city of Hartford hang in the balance this week, S&P Global Ratings lowered the Capital City's... [Read More]
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Connecticut's apple harvesters are anticipating a nice rebound after last year's disappointing growing and picking season. [Read More]
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Connecticut lost 3,900 jobs in August, but the state's jobless rate still eased to 4.8 percent, state labor trackers say. [Read More]
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After weeks of inaction, legislators could address Democratic and Republican budget proposals today, though the schedule extends into early evening. [Read More]
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East Hartford jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney is buying out its partner's stake in a joint venture that provides aerospace defense design, development and related... [Read More]
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The state's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has signed off on power purchase contracts negotiated between the Connecticut's two utilities and the developers of 28 renewable... [Read More]
The Connecticut Green Bank said it has selected a New York renewable energy financier and developer to help it spur approximately 20 megawatts of commercial-scale... [Read More]
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Eversource crews traveling in a 70-truck convoy have reached hurricane-damaged Florida, beginning power restoration work Wednesday morning, the utility said. [Read More]
Manchester Community College is one of three schools that will receive solar energy systems through a partnership between the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities and... [Read More]
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Consumers on Connecticut's healthcare exchange will have an extra week to enroll in insurance plans with either Anthem or ConnectiCare Benefits Inc., exchange leaders announced... [Read More]
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