Gregory Seay

News Editor
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Greg Seay is a veteran print/broadcast/Web reporter who has spent his journalism career covering business and financial issues. Greg is a graduate of Langston University in Oklahoma, with a degree in broadcast journalism. He began as an intern for the Associated Press in Oklahoma City, and landed in Hartford in 1992 when he began working as a reporter for the Hartford Courant. Two years later, he became assistant business editor, overseeing The Courant’s then Business Weekly, Sunday Business, Home & Real Estate, and special sections. In 2001, Greg returned to reporting, this time in the Courant’s state-news system, covering East Hampton and Portland, and later Farmington. Greg joined the Hartford Business Journal in 2008 as web editor and columnist, anchoring the paper’s weekly Deal Watch real estate column.


Virtus sued over F-Squared tie

Hartford wealth manager Virtus investment Partners faces a class-action lawsuit from stockholders who claim the value of their Virtus shares eroded...

CUs rub up against banks in their new-member quest

Since 1936, Enfield Community Federal Credit Union has prospected for customers from among three generations of town residents.

Snow sandbags CT's Jan. house sales

A frigid, snowy January cut into sales of Connecticut single-family houses last month, while demand for condominiums/townhouses grew, two Realtors...

Small tenants, big returns for this CT landlord

For nearly a century, The Landmark Building at 760 Hopmeadow St. has been a visible anchor in Simsbury Center.

Demand, not rents, leads rebirth in Hartford’s industrial market

A few months back, Kim Gajewski went shopping around the Hartford market for a bigger distribution-warehouse than the one her employer,...

$20M sought to make DoNo apts. 'affordable'

The developer building a downtown Hartford ballpark says it needs $20 million in public funding to include affordable apartments in its next...

Dave Reilly takes real estate seriously — to a point

David J. Reilly, who is retiring after almost 50 years in real estate — the past five as Hartford CEO of one of the world's largest realty...

These employers say race still rates in hiring ex-cons

Rochelle and Rollo W. Jones Sr., owners of Capital Masonry in Hartford, are fervent that men and women with past run-ins with the law should have a...

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