Sean Teehan

Staff Writer


Vincent Capece Jr. | President and CEO, Middlesex Health

Amid a push across the state and much of the country, Middlesex Health last month raised the wages of its lowest-paid workers to $15 per hour.

Paine readies garbage-disposal business for next generation as he trashes tolls

As the head of a family trash removal business and chair of the Motor transport Association of Connecticut, Michael Paine is focused on toll...

George Jepsen | Partner, Shipman & Goodwin LLP

Serving as Connecticut's attorney general for eight years, George Jepsen several times joined other state attorneys general in class action lawsuits...

Charla Stetson | CEO, Windsor Locks Federal Credit Union

Charla Stetson is a rarity in the financial-services sector.

As CT faces tech-worker shortages, momentum builds for K-12 computer-science curriculum mandate

As Connecticut faces a technology-workers shortage, momentum is building for a state-mandated K-12 computer-science curriculum.

'Rail guy' Giulietti is Lamont's transportation 'game changer'

Joe Giulietti was chosen as commissioner of the Department of Transportation to jumpstart Gov. Lamont's ambitious high-speed rail plans. The...

Jim Hennessey | Owner, The Music People

At 83 years old, Jim Hennessey is still in the office every day at The Music People, the Berlin-based music accessory and professional audio...

To assert relevance, liberal-arts colleges lean into skills training, business partnerships

To assert relevance, liberal-arts colleges are adopting skills-training programs and business partnerships.

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