Gregory Seay

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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.


Berkshire Bank's 3Q nets gains

The Massachusetts parent of Berkshire Bank, which has Connecticut operations, posted an 8-percent gain in third-quarter net earnings.

CT home sales rise in Sept.

Connecticut's statewide sales and median prices of single-family houses rose for the second straight month in September, but condominium sales and...

Ex-CT lawmaker Cuevas gets probation

Former Connecticut lawmaker Victor Cuevas will serve one year of probation and pay a $1,000 fine following his conviction for mortgage fraud, federal...

Cities, others land initial 'innovation place' grants

The state's CTNext program has awarded cities and other entities grants ranging from $24,000 to $50,000 to establish “innovation places,"...

CT's securities chief comes full circle with Hartford base

In 1991, Lynn McKenna-Krumins, at the time fresh from UConn with her business degree in hand, got a job in downtown Hartford, working at Advest Inc.,...

CT med-office sales spotlight sector’s rising demand

Last April, one of America's leading medical-office space investors plunked down $178 million in stock for 29 medical-office properties in the...

2nd Glastonbury retail center brings $26.6M

For the second time in days, a Glastonbury retail center has changed hands, this one for $26.6 million.

People's United's 3Q net climbs

People's United Financial Inc. saw third-quarter net rise 8.8 percent.

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