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CT attorney appointed to U.S. advisory committee

U.S. Attorney Deirdre Daly for Connecticut has been appointed by U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch to the federal Attorney General's Advisory Committee.

Home sales rose in March

Sales of Connecticut single-family residential homes increased 6.1 percent in March 2015 with a higher median sales price, according to trade association Connecticut Realtors.

Feds consider escalated enforcement of Millstone

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Friday said it is considering escalated enforcement over two safety reporting violations that happened at Waterford nuclear Millstone Power Station.

State deficit grows to $162 million

The projected Connecticut state budget deficit grew another $41 million in the past 11 days, as the Office of Policy & Management now predicts a $161.7 million shortfall.

CBIA shocked by legislature, issues call to action

Gregory Seay |

The president and CEO of the Connecticut Business & Industry Association on Friday morning said the organization was shocked by the General Assembly's actions over the last week and urged business...

Businesses fret over Dem’s tax hike proposals

Business lobbyists are condemning a budget proposal from the Finance, Revenue & Bonding Committee that would increase taxes and eliminate or limit certain exemptions for Connecticut businesses and...

Cigna profits tick up on premium revenue

Bloomfield health insurer Cigna said its first-quarter profits ticked up just under 1 percent on higher revenue from premiums, fees and its mail-order pharmacy business.

Favorable settlements drive Eversource's 1Q gains

Hartford-Boston utility parent Eversource Energy (formerly Northeast Utilities) said its first-quarter profits grew more than 7 percent thanks to revenue gains in its electric distribution-generation...

Distribution sales buoy Kaman's 1Q profits

Surging distribution segment sales helped push Bloomfield manufacturer Kaman's profits up a percentage point in the first quarter.

Lydall’s 1Q net soars on life-sciences sale

Manchester filtration and acoustic products maker Lydall said its first-quarter profits jumped more than five times on higher revenue and the January sale of its non-core life sciences business.

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