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CT home sales drop in July

Gregory Seay |

Statewide sales of houses and condominiums fell 8.2 percent in July from a year earlier, Realtors say

CT's July housing permits lag

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's pace of new housing construction continued to slow in July, a new survey shows.

Cigna expands cancer-screening coverage

Bloomfield insurer Cigna said Tuesday it has revised its medical coverage policy for breast cancer screening and will now cover 3D mammography for routine breast cancer screening.

Natural history museum relocating within UConn campus

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History will no longer house permanent exhibits at UConn's building on Hillside Road in Storrs where they have been displayed since 2000, the university...

Bioscience deals boost CI's FY16 investment output

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut Innovations (CI) invested $30.9 million in businesses during fiscal year 2016, the organization reported this week, largely in the bioscience arena.

Greater Hartford foreclosure rates, delinquencies decline in June

Patricia Daddona |

The foreclosure rate on outstanding residential mortgage loans in the Hartford metro region declined by slightly in June, according to CoreLogic.

Longtime Horizon finance exec resigns

Patricia Daddona |

Christopher M. Mathieu, Farmington-based Horizon Technology Finance Corp.'s senior vice president chief financial officer and treasurer, has resigned, the company said Tuesday.

UConn is now Amazon's delivery doorstep

Gregory Seay |

The resolve of the world's largest e-tailer for super-fast, convenient order deliveries and the need-it-now demands of online shoppers has prompted Amazon to open its first campus delivery-pickup...

Liquor company sues CT over mandatory minimum pricing laws

Patricia Daddona |

Total Wine & More on Tuesday sued the state of Connecticut in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut over the state's mandatory minimum pricing laws and alleged restraint of trade...

State analysis: First Five Plus has created nearly 3,800 jobs

Patricia Daddona |

Thirteen companies have created 3,759 Connecticut jobs and invested nearly $1.3 billion in both new infrastructure and the workforce, according to the state's analysis of its First Five Plus jobs...

 
 
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