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Hartford issues pink slips

Matt Pilon |

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin's administration issued approximately 40 layoff notices Wednesday across multiple city departments, his chief of staff confirmed.

Mfg4 on display

Gregory Seay |

Tuesday, the Manufacturing 4 the Future expo opened its three-day run at the Connecticut Convention Center, with more than three dozen in-state firms and one state agency among the nearly 200...

Report outlines changing face of CT employment

Keith Griffin |

A new report issued by the state Department of Labor shows Connecticut has transitioned since the recession from its top job sector being trade, transportation, and utilities to education and health...

Mallloy warns legislators budget delay can't avoid tough choices

Mike Savino, Journal Inquirer |

Democratic House leaders said Wednesday they'd given up on passing a state budget before midnight - the end of the legislative session. Gov. Malloy warned them not to use it as a tactic to avoid...

CT electric rates to drop in July

Matt Pilon |

Standard service rates billed to businesses and residents by Connecticut's two electric utilities will drop several cents starting July 1, regulators announced Wednesday.

JCJ Architecture acquires Los Angeles firm

A major Hartford architecture firm has expanded to the West Coast with the acquisition of a Los Angeles firm.

Mortgage co. owner pleads guilty to false advertising

Keith Griffin |

A California mortgage company owner has pleaded guilty to false advertising and misusing a government seal in connection with his mortgage modification services.

Horizon Tech's 1Q net climbs

Gregory Seay |

Horizon Technology Finance posted higher net investment income from the Farmington lender's venture-loan portfolio.

Kaman's 1Q sales rise, net falls

Gregory Seay |

Bloomfield's Kaman Corp. posted lower net profits despite higher overall first-quarter sales paced by deliveries of programmable fuzes for arming warplane bombloads.

Aeropostale closing 2 CT locations

CNNMoney |

The clock has run out on embattled teen retailer Aeropostale, which filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after losing money for 13 consecutive quarters.

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