Nassau Re launches another insurtech incubator in downtown Hartford

Another corporate-backed insurtech incubator is launching in downtown Hartford.

Another shakeup for West Hartford-bound Ideanomics; Wu regains chairmanship

For the second time in three months, incoming West Hartford fintech Ideanomics has shaken up its C-suite, announcing major changes to its management team on Thursday.

Lamont holds tax rates steady, but companies and consumers would still pay more

In his inaugural budget, Gov. Ned Lamont kept campaign pledges not to increase major tax rates, but plenty of businesses, and their customers, can expect to pay higher taxes if the two-year spending...

 
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College baseball returning to Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park

Dunkin' Donuts Park in downtown Hartford will again host college baseball games this spring.

Eversource's 4Q profits dip on expense growth

Electric and gas utility parent Eversource said its fourth-quarter profits fell 2.6 percent, largely because of higher operating expenses.

Area home sales jump 8% in Jan.

Greater Hartford house sales soared in January while the average sale price fell slightly, Realtors say.

HBJ names Women in Business winners

The Hartford Business Journal today is revealing the eight winners of its 2019 Women in Business Awards, which recognize outstanding female leaders in a broad spectrum of industries.

McKinney: Amazon to NYC was a bad deal; CT shouldn't try to follow suit

The desperate and unseemly recruitment of large companies by governors and mayors fueled by political egotism is counterproductive, economically inefficient, and does great damage to wealth and...

It may be bumpy, but Lamont sees 'a path forward'

Gov. Ned Lamont cast his first budget proposal Wednesday as “a path forward,” a map for a wealthy state struggling to wriggle free of a crushing pension debt amassed over decades, end...

Middlesex Hospital adds operating rooms

Middlesex Hospital in Middletown has expanded its surgical capacity with the addition of two new orthopedic operating rooms.

Paid family and medical leave bill passes labor committee

A legislative committee has approved a statewide paid family and medical leave bill, a key step in getting proposed laws before the two chambers of the General Assembly for consideration.

Hospitals decry proposed tax shift

The relationship between Gov. Ned Lamont and the state's hospital sector isn't off to a healthy start.

Industry pans Lamont's bid to tax professional services

The accounting industry was one of the first industry groups on Wednesday to slam Gov. Ned Lamont's budget proposal that dramatically broadens Connecticut's sales tax on professional services.

 
 
 
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Largest 2018 Export-Import Bank financing deals in Connecticut

Ranked by total amount of financing

RankExporterTotal financing
1Louis Dreyfus Corp., Wilton$9.2 million
2Mohegan Renewable Energy LLC, Uncasville$6.8 million
3Galata Chemicals LLC, Southbury$4.5 million
4R.C. Bigelow Inc., Fairfield$4.3 million
5Panolam Industries International Inc., Shelton$3.5 million

Source: Export-Import Bank


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