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.


Rocky Hill Hampton Inn breaks ground

A $7.1 million Hampton Inn and Suites is being built in Rocky Hill.

Hartford region's June home sales up

Home sales in the Greater Hartford region rose in June but prices were flat, Realtors say.

People's United 2Q net flat

Bridgeport lender People's United Financial Inc. posted flat second-quarter net as merger costs tied to its recent purchase of a Long Island bank ate...

Webster posts record 2Q net

Waterbury's Webster Financial Corp. achieved record second-quarter profits as higher income from loans propelled the Webster Bank's bottom line.

CT's job gains continued in June

Connecticut added 7,000 jobs in June and the private sector appears closer to fully recovering all the jobs lost during the Great Recession, state...

Windsor Locks water main work looms

The water utility serving Windsor Locks says it soon will begin a $500,000 water-main replacement along a stretch of West Street.

People's United buying Philly financier

Bridgeport lender People's United Bank is acquiring a Philadelphia commercial-equipment financier.

Farmington Bank parent's 2Q net climbs

The parent of Farmington Bank posted a steep climb in second-quarter net, driven by strong loan sales and deposit growth.

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