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Wadsworth’s Talbott to retire next year

Susan L. Talbott, CEO and director of downtown Hartford’s Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, will retire next fall after more than seven years in the position, the museum announced Friday.

Bank watchdog Pitkin retiring in Jan.

Gregory Seay |

Howard K. Pitkin, who has served three terms as banking commissioner under two governors, is retiring in January, authorities say.

CT’s 3Q personal income up 3.6%

Connecticut residents’ personal income continued to accelerate in the third quarter, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

CHFA boss Chatman leaving March 21

Gregory Seay |

Eric Chatman is quitting his post after 2 years as executive director-president of the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority to pursue other interests, effective March 21, the agency says.

Ohio suit against Omega Flex dismissed

Another product liability lawsuit against Middletown piping manufacturer Omega Flex has been dismissed.

Fitch: Catskills casino will have some impact on CT

The Catskills-region casino approved this week by New York regulators will have the biggest impact on a Yonkers casino, but Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun will also feel some negative impact, according to...

Survey: Employers giving extra paid time off for holidays

More employers are giving extra paid time off this holiday season, partly because Christmas falls on a Thursday, according to a survey by Bloomberg BNA.

Defunct CT student lender draws down portfolio

A defunct lending organization's loan portfolio continues to grow smaller, according to an audit released Thursday.

Hamden's Sutton Towers draw $23.4M sale

Hamden’s Sutton Towers Condominiums recently changed hands for $23.375 million, brokers say.

Claire Leonardi: CT must build on CI's gains

Gregory Seay |

Claire Leonardi, CEO of Connecticut Innovations,offers some parting thoughts as she prepares to leave the organization next month.

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