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Report: Home energy cost burden rises

Matt Pilon |

Higher heating prices last winter posed a more “crushing burden” on the state's low-income population, according to energy-assistance nonprofit Operation Fuel.

CSCU board authorizes system consolidation

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities Board of Regents has voted overwhelmingly to restructure CSCU, consolidating 12 community colleges into one accredited institution.

Horizon Tech stakes $15M in nasal-device maker

Gregory Seay |

Farmington specialty financier Horizon Technology Finance Corp. says it committed to lending $15 million to a Silicon Valley startup devising devices to treat a variety of nasal ailments.

Sources: MetroHartford Alliance's Griebel to run for governor

Greg Bordonaro |

Oz Griebel, who's been a stalwart in the Greater Hartford business community for years as CEO of the MetroHartford Alliance, will run for governor in 2018, according to sources familiar with his...

Mohegans' Pa. casino fined $1M for business irregularities

Patricia Daddona |

Mohegan Sun Pocono, a Wilkes-Barre, Pa. casino owned by Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment, has been fined $1 million for free slot play and vendor relationship irregularities, Pennsylvania authorities...

Pratt lands deal to power 100 Delta jets

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford aircraft engine-maker Pratt & Whitney said Thursday that Delta Air Lines and Airbus Group will use its geared turbofan engines to power 100 Delta jets.

Hartford Travel Center set for spring debut

Gregory Seay |

Construction continues on a refueling-rest stop along I-91 in Hartford's North Meadows, with opening now set for next spring, the owner says.

Hartford apts. bring $3.7M

Gregory Seay |

The 58-unit Ritz Grande Apartments in Hartford's South End sold for $3.7 million to a New Jersey realty investor that has taken a shine to the city.

State health exchange enrolls 18,000 more new members

Patricia Daddona |

With a little more than a week left for consumers to enroll, the state's health care exchange has signed up 100,000 members, 18,000 of whom are new, administrators said Wednesday.

Eager investors flock to CT's debt

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut received strong investor interest in its latest sale of $850 million of debt, the state treasurer says.

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