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Rowland guilty on all seven counts

A New Haven federal jury on Friday afternoon found former Republican Gov. John G. Rowland guilty on all seven charges related to a campaign finance conspiracy, according to the prosecutor’s...

Bethany lobbyist must pay $2.3K ethics fine

A Bethany lobbyist must pay a $2,300 state ethics fine for failing to register her affiliation in 2013, the state says.

Hartford realty investment managers close $260M fund

A Hartford-based housing investment fund said it is ready to deploy $260 million it recently raised from equity investors.

United Financial prices $75M debt issue

Glastonbury's United Financial Bancorp Inc. priced its $75 million bundle of subordinated debt, offering 5.75 percent interest on the 20-year notes.

Loureiro adds D.C. office

Plainville’s Loureiro Engineering Associates said it has opened an office in Washington, D.C. that will focus on offering recycling and waste management services to companies in that area.

Ethics Commission selects 10 lobbyists for audit

Following its usual practice, the state Ethics Commission said it has selected 10 lobbyists at random for audits this fiscal year.

The New Children’s Museum’s CEO leaving

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Robert Griesmer is leaving his post as chief executive of The New Children’s Museum in West Hartford, to take the same slot of the Virginian Air and Space Center.

Hartford area Aug. home, condo sales fall

August sales and the median price of Hartford area single-family houses fell from a year earlier, brokers say. Condominium sales plummeted.

Cox’s Northeast leader departs

John Wolfe, general manager of Cox Communications’ Northeast region since 2012, has left to lead its southwest region, the company said.

People’s United names 12th board member

Bridgeport lender People’s United Financial said it has appointed William F. Cruger Jr. to a new 12th seat on its board of directors.

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