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.

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Hartford Police Chief Rosado departing for Pratt job

Hartford Police Chief David Rosado is leaving his post after barely a year, to join Pratt & Whitney Co. His last day is April 12.

Liberty, Simsbury Bank to merge

Middletown's Liberty Bank and Simsbury Bank & Trust, two of central Connecticut's leading community lenders, say they will merge by fall in a $71...

Lamont leads CT debt 'road show'

Connecticut's governor, treasurer and other senior officials have begun a four-city “investor road show,'' pitching the state's upcoming $850...

Jones Lang offers $2B for rival HFF Inc.

Chicago commercial real estate broker-advisor Jones Lang LaSalle, with offices in Hartford, will pay $2 billion to acquire smaller rival HFF Inc.

This Ala. city mirrors Hartford's redevelopment ambitions

Hartford isn't the only U.S. city that has bet big on a minor-league baseball stadium to spur redevelopment.

Three seasons in, Hartford's $71M ballpark has sparked new energy but not promised development

Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park has found early success drawing plaudits for its design and fan experience. However, it has yet to attain the one goal...

State House Square’s debt woes return

Downtown Hartford’s State House Square skyscraper is close to defaulting on the balance of its renegotiated $88 million mortgage, two realty...

CT housing permits weak in Jan.

Connecticut homebuilders pulled fewer municipal permits to erect new housing in January than they did a year earlier, fresh data shows.

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