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Concrete company sold

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

J.J. Mottes, the Stafford company linked to crumbling foundations, no longer operates at its Meadow Lane location, and its owners received at least hundreds of thousands of dollars through the sale...

CT home sales, prices up in March

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home sales and median prices statewide rose in March, Realtors say.

CT finance chief projects '17 budget surplus

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut will likely end the fiscal 2017 with a $19.7 million surplus, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget chief said in an April letter to the state comptroller Thursday.

CT gets $5.5M grant to combat opioid abuse

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut is receiving $5.5 million from the federal government to deal with the prescription opioid and heroin crisis, authorities say.

UTC's Otis to supply escalators in Shanghai aviation hub

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington-based Otis Elevator said 279 of its escalators and moving walkways will be used in a new satellite terminal to be built as part of the Shanghai Pudong International Airport expansion in...

Webster Bank posts record 1Q net

Gregory Seay |

Webster Financial Corp. posted record earnings in the first quarter, largely from rising commercial loans.

Hartford area March home sales soft

Gregory Seay |

Greater Hartford house sales were flat in March but their median sale price rose, Realtors say.

Stanley in growth mode as it doubles 1Q profits

Patricia Daddona |

New Britain tools manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker Inc. on Friday announced it more than doubled its first quarter profits as its top executive described the company's commitment to reinvigorating...

CT Insurance Dept. updates online licensing

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut’s Insurance Department has launched a new licensing web site to improve customer service for nearly 200,000 agents, brokers, adjusters and other licensees.

RGGI eyes carbon-cap reduction

Matt Pilon |

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a regional cap-and-trade market launched in 2008, is considering how much lower its nine-state carbon allowance cap should be in the years ahead.

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