Bloomfield's The Arbors draw $27M

A 132-unit Bloomfield apartment community in the shadow of the town's Woodland Avenue industrial corridor has sold for $26.85 million, brokers say.

Hartford project stimulates FuelCell Energy's growth

Danbury manufacturer FuelCell Energy announced it will add more than 100 new manufacturing jobs at its Torrington facility over the next year due to recent state investments and several new projects...

CT gained 6,100 jobs in June

Connecticut employers added 6,100 new jobs in June, paced by gains in manufacturing and construction. The unemployment rate eased to 4.4 percent, the state labor authorities say.

 
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Webster Bank's 2Q net climbs

Waterbury super-regional lender Webster Financial Corp. posted higher second-quarter revenue and profits.

Report: CT solar has grown 53% per year

Connecticut's solar energy generation has grown at a fast clip since 2010, according to new data in a report from a Colorado-based environmental advocacy nonprofit with a presence in multiple states.

CT financier stakes Pa. eyecare innovator

Farmington specialty financier Horizon Technology Finance Corp. says it led a $10 million working-capital funding package for a Pennsylvania innovator of an eyecare device used to detect macular...

Travelers 2Q profits down 12%

Property and casualty insurer The Travelers Cos., which has major Hartford operations, said catastrophe losses during tornado and hail season slashed its second quarter profits.

Artichoke Basille's Pizza fall CT debut

Artichoke Basille's Pizza will open its first Connecticut franchise location on Newington's Berlin Turnpike this fall, with more stores to follow, its franchise owner says.

Lembo will oppose $10M analysis of tolls, but plan likely still to pass

State Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo said Wednesday he will not support Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal to borrow $10 million to fund a new analysis on electronic tolling.

Former Hartford mayor lands Malloy nomination

Former Hartford Mayor Pedro E. Segarra could be the state’s newest worker’s compensation commissioner.

May’s storm leaves the state with multi-million dollar clean up projects

On the evening of May 15, dozens of children huddled in Hamden’s West Woods Elementary School as the town’s emergency responders wrestled their way through collapsed trees that blocked...

Homecare provider to open Hartford office

An Ohio-based in-home care provider says it will open a new location in the Hartford area next year.

LindaCare taps Lerman to lead clinical operations

A cardiac electrophysiologist has joined a digital health company in downtown Hartford as its chief medical officer and vice president of clinical operations.

 
 
 
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Largest in-state banks

Ranked by deposits as of June 30, 2017

RankBankDeposits
1Webster Bank, Waterbury$17.8 billion
2People's United Bank, Bridgeport$17.2 billion
3United Bank, Hartford$3.7 billion
4Liberty Bank, Middletown$3.6 billion
5Farmington Bank, Farmington$2.2 billion

Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.


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