Browse by:
Latest Headlines

Webster hiring for Southington facility

Gregory Seay |

Webster Bank will host a Sept. 12 job fair to fill the Waterbury regional lender's job openings for its new Southington customer-care center.

Second liquor retailer pledges to violate state pricing law

Patricia Daddona |

Stamford-based BevMax, an independent retailer of wines, spirits and beer, is starting to sell select products at its Connecticut stores at cost in response to a Total Wine & More lawsuit filed last...

Hartford HealthCare splits Joseph's role

Matt Pilon |

Elliot Joseph, Hartford HealthCare's president and CEO since 2008, will relinquish the former title to Chief Operating Officer Jeffrey Flaks, the health system said Monday.

Hartford lawyer elevated to U.S. bankruptcy judge in CT

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford lawyer James J. Tancredi has been tapped to become a U.S. bankruptcy judge for the District of Connecticut in Hartford.

Foundation issues spreading to condominium complexes

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

At least four developments in area towns, including three condominium complexes, are deteriorating from failing concrete foundations, an issue that continues to plague northeastern and north-central...

Healthcare property investor's 2Q up 41%

Matt Pilon |

A major owner-operator of medical real estate that recently ramped up its Connecticut holdings said its second-quarter profits rose 41 percent on higher rental income and the sale of property.

State investigating liquor company suing over pricing

Patricia Daddona | 1

The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, which was sued last week by Total Wine & More over the state's mandatory minimum pricing laws, launched an investigation against the company on the...

Ex-HB Nitkin employee pleads guilty to more than $700,000 in wire fraud

Patricia Daddona |

A Pennsylvania woman formerly of Greenwich faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty Friday to the theft of more than $700,000 from her employer, HB Nitkin Group of Greenwich, according to...

Kiplinger: CT tax policies put state at disadvantage

Patricia Daddona | 3

Connecticut is the third least tax-friendly state in the country, according to Kiplinger.

CT manufacturing jobs on upswing, economist says

Patricia Daddona |

Manufacturing is growing, but that increase in demand needs to be met, according to a CBIA report issued this week.

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2016 New England Business Media