Greg Bordonaro

Editor
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Greg Bordonaro is the editor of the Hartford Business Journal. He joined the editorial team in May 2008 after graduating from the University of Connecticut with a degree in journalism and history. Greg has been recognized for his writing and reporting by the Alliance of Area Business Publications as well as the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists. He lives in West Hartford and is enrolled in the University of Hartford’s part-time MBA program.

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Larson must show CT the money for tunnel plan

In the memorable 1996 film “Jerry Maguire,” a cocky Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, Rod Tidwell — played by Cuba Gooding Jr.

Bond Commission to consider tens of millions for econ. development projects

The state Bond Commission is scheduled to vote next Thursday on tens of millions of dollars for various economic development initiatives, including...

ALICE households an important focus

The United Ways of Connecticut recently released their third annual ALICE report, which revealed 40 percent of households in our state have incomes...

Analyst: Griebel's unaffiliated run could sway Nov. election

Oz Griebel, the unaffiliated candidate running for governor, could tip the outcome of November's gubernatorial election in favor of Democrat Ned...

NIMBYism on display in Newington

"No." It's a common refrain you hear from town or city residents whenever a new development is proposed.

Economic development oversight lacking in CT

Developers beware. If you or your projects have a track record of legal entanglements be transparent about them before you pitch an ambitious...

Northland's 'adjacency' strategy key to Hartford footprint

If you look at a map of Northland Investment Corp.'s current and former Hartford realty holdings, you'll notice they surround the XL Center.

Hartford's most prolific landlord airs his frustration, optimism for the city

Still one of Hartford's most prolific landlords, Northland CEO Larry Gottesdiener airs frustration, optimism about the city's future.

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