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More jobs are coming to Stamford after a pair of entertainment companies announced Friday they are relocating to the same downtown space, creating approximately 450... [Read More]
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A Connecticut Department of Insurance hearing officer overseeing the approximately $3 billion sale of The Hartford's run-off life and annuity business -- Talcott Resolution --... [Read More]
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Flyers traveling out of Bradley International Airport are experiencing the lowest airfares since 2000, according to research by a trade group representing the nation's largest... [Read More]
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Mohegan Sun will unveil its new $80 million Earth Expo & Convention Center next week during a ribbon-cutting ceremony, casino officials said. [Read More]
Michael LeBoeuf has been appointed as senior director in the Americas Life practice of Willis Towers Watson, a global advisory, broking and solutions company. LeBoeuf... [Read More]
Working adults who lack paid sick leave are three times more likely to earn paychecks below the poverty line, according to a recent study. [Read More]
A Torrington man was sentenced to five years of probation for submitting hundreds of false claims to Medicaid for psychotherapy services while operating a local... [Read More]
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has rejected Connecticut's petition to force a power plant in York County, Pa., to cut down on smog pollutants that... [Read More]
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Massachusetts regulators are moving forward with Avangrid and its partner to develop an 800-megawatt offshore wind farm. [Read More]
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A national accounting firm, which houses offices in West Hartford and Norwalk, recently grew its Northeast reach after acquiring a Farmington-based business advisory firm. [Read More]
A Hartford federal jury has convicted two Connecticut men of running a large-scale operation that swapped cash for retail goods swiped by shoplifters to support... [Read More]
Accounting and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) will spend $20 million in a hiring effort expected to create 400 new jobs in Connecticut over the next... [Read More]
The state treasurer says Connecticut's upcoming $500 million bond issue will bear for the first time fiscal covenants in keeping with state budgetmakers' efforts to... [Read More]
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Connecticut's residential building code program recently earned high scores among the top hurricane-prone coastal states, according to rankings by the Insurance Institute for Business &... [Read More]
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The Farmington parent of Pratt & Whitney, Carrier, Otis Elevator and United Technologies Aerospace Systems says recent federal tax reform will unleash enough of its... [Read More]
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The head of the Capital Region Development Authority says he is postponing plans to seek eminent domain authority to take over a key portion of... [Read More]
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The head of the Capital Region Development Authority plans to seek the power of eminent domain to take over XL Center's atrium and adjoining retail/office... [Read More]
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Jerry Franklin, president and CEO of the Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network, will retire in 2019 after leading the multimedia public broadcasting company for 33 years. [Read More]
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An Italian manufacturer, which houses a facility in Farmington, will supply airfoil products for commercial and military engines to East Hartford aeroparts manufacturer Pratt &... [Read More]
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