Greg Bordonaro

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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.


Will legalizing vices help or hurt CT long term?

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Progressives pose early challenge for Lamont

As Gov.-elect Ned Lamont prepares to take office Jan. 9, it would appear he has the political winds at his back.

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UConn hockey rink investment wrong-minded

When it comes to regional or even statewide planning, Connecticut often struggles to get a passing grade.

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