Bronin calls bond on Dunkin' Donuts Park

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin officially called the $47.1 million performance bond on DoNo baseball stadium builder Centerplan Construction Co., asserting that the Middletown-based developer has...

Controversial hedge fund aid passes with little opposition

Two members of the state Bond Commission this morning opposed providing $22 million in state bond funding to Bridgewater Associates, a Connecticut hedge fund that manages more than $130 billion.

Acadia: CT backslides on emissions

For the first time in nearly a decade, Connecticut's greenhouse gas emissions rose over a two year period, between 2012 and 2014, according to an analysis released this week by the Acadia Center.

 
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Larson seeks expanded national service plan

U.S. Rep. John B. Larson plans to introduce a bill in June that would allow young people to reduce their student loan debt in exchange for joining federal service programs.

DOT launching $300K seatbelt campaign as usage drops

In preparation for Memorial Day weekend, the state Department of Transportation is spending $300,000 on its “Click It or Ticket” seatbelt campaign.

UConn professors claim breakthrough on hydrogen

A team of UConn chemists say they have developed a new material that could make the delivery of hydrogen more commercially viable for consumer applications.

Hallmark will lay off 534 by June

All but 18 of Hallmark Cards Inc.'s remaining 552 workers will be out of work by the end of June, as the company winds down operations at its 25 Bacon Road warehouse, the company said this week.

Still anemic: U.S. growth picks up to only 0.8%

America's economy grew a little more at the beginning of the year than first thought, but it's still not much to celebrate.

$1.2M in grants for CT brownfields

The federal government said it will award $1.2 million in brownfields cleanup and assessment grants to four Connecticut municipalities and organizations.

CT gas prices peaking for Memorial Day weekend

As many in Connecticut prepare to travel this Memorial Day weekend, average gas prices are at the highest point so far this year, according to AAA.

CT regulator signs off on Aetna-Humana deal

The Connecticut Insurance Department confirmed Thursday that it had completed its review of Aetna's proposed $37 billion acquisition of Humana.

Merrill counters GOP opposition to motor-voter plan

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill is contesting Republican legislative leader claims that it was improper for her to strike a deal with the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Nappier: State lowers debt costs despite rating actions

State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier said the state saw higher interest rates on a recent bond refunding, just a week after two major rating agencies lowered credit ratings on the debt.

 
 
 
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Largest 2015 Export-Import Bank financing deals in Connecticut

Ranked by total amount of financing

RankExporterTotal disbursements
1Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., Stratford$232,813,968
2Louis Dreyfus Corp., Wilton$12,574,310
3H.J. Baker & Bro. Inc., Shelton$12,022,698
4APS Technology Inc., Wallingford$9,692,022
5General Electric International Inc., Shelton$9,640,755

Source: Export-Import Bank


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