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.

Bylines

Let's explore Lehman's economic-development credentials

Should David Lehman be Connecticut's next economic-development commissioner?

HBJ names Women in Business winners

The Hartford Business Journal today is revealing the eight winners of its 2019 Women in Business Awards, which recognize outstanding female leaders...

Democrats send mixed messages to biz

There is a tale of two Democratic parties in Connecticut right now and it's unclear how the business community will respond to the mixed messaging.

Shelbourne's growing Hartford realty investments total at least $137M

New York landlord Shelbourne Global Solutions LLC earlier this week added to its Hartford commercial realty empire by spending $4.8 million on a trio...

NY's Shelbourne buys more Pratt St. downtown Hartford office space

New York realty investor Shelbourne, which has become one of downtown Hartford's most prolific landlords, is buying another key piece of center-city...

Apartment rents stagnant in CT, Hartford

Apartment rents stagnated in Hartford in January, despite rents increasing nationwide by 3.3 percent, according to a new analysis by Yardi Matrix, a...

A peek into Lamont's economic-development playbook

For those interested in learning about Gov. Ned Lamont's economic-development vision, he offered a sneak peek Feb. 1, airing plans to restructure...

Will legalizing vices help or hurt CT long term?

It seems inevitable that Connecticut will rely more on sin taxes by the end of this year, which should help bring in more revenue to a state that's...

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