Moody's settles with AG, to pay Connecticut $31.5 million

A lawsuit originated by the state attorney general's office in 2010 against one of the villains in “The Big Short,” the book-and-movie depiction of the factors behind the 2008 market...

Pratt's production surge boosts aerospace supplier's business

Colin Cooper, CEO of Eastford's Whitcraft Group, once described Connecticut's aerospace industry as “a mile wide and an inch deep.”

Report: CT charitable giving dips

Charitable donations by Connecticut foundations, companies and individuals dipped 3.2 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to an annual analysis by the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy.

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Report: Hartford area office, industrial vacancies projected to fall

Hartford is seeing industrial vacancies fall and office leasing expand, according to a commercial real estate forecast that suggests overall U.S., Canada, German and UK markets are still in flux.

Foxwoods sees drop in Dec. slots revenue

Foxwoods Resort Casino has reported a 6.4 percent decline in slot revenue for the month of December.

Towns selected to host third casino have mixed reactions

As the joint venture formed by the state's two casino-owning tribes narrows its search to two communities for the site of a potential third casino in the state, some skepticism remains.

Survey: U.S. investors, analysts optimistic in 1Q

Business sentiment and growth expectations look promising under the incoming presidential administration, according to a survey conducted by Hartford-based investor research firm Corbin Perception.

West Hartford Chick-fil-A hiring for Feb. opening

Chick-fil-A Inc. is opening a new restaurant in West Hartford Feb. 9, and expects to employ 90 full- and part-time workers.

Lockheed Martin CEO tells Trump deal is near on F-35s

Donald Trump on Friday had a second meeting with Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson, who told the president-elect her company is nearing a deal with the Pentagon on the price of the next batch of...

Carla's Pasta hit with $78,184 EPA penalty

South Windsor's Carla's Pasta has agreed to pay a $78,184 penalty after settling allegations that it violated risk-management requirements under the federal Clean Air Act.

Study: Obamacare repeal would kill CT jobs

Connecticut would lose approximately 36,000 jobs and billions of dollars worth of economic output if Congress eliminates the Affordable Care Act, as President-Elect Donald Trump has pledged to do,...

House Dems unveil economic development proposals

Two leading Democrats in the state House Friday introduced 10 bills aimed at encouraging job growth and economic development, including measures that expand eligibility for the angel investor tax...

SI Financial board member dies

Willimantic lender SI Financial Group Inc. announced that William R. Harvey, a member of its boards of directors, died on Jan. 5.


Largest accounting firms in Greater Hartford

Ranked by number of local certified public accountants as of October 2016

RankCompanyLocal CPAs
1PwC, Hartford115
2CohnReznick LLP, Hartford105
3Deloitte LLP, Hartford80
4BlumShapiro, West Hartford77
5KPMG LLP, Hartford69

Source: Each firm via survey

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