Browse by:
Latest Headlines

Hartford attorney Gale announces mayoral bid

Hartford attorney John Gale said Thursday that he is running for mayor of the Capital City.

Moonlighting on CT’s dime costs man $3.5K

A former state mental-health worker must pay a $3,500 penalty for using state resources and staff to conduct his sideline clinical services business, ethics authorities say.

Mohegan posts 4Q profit on higher gaming revenue, lower costs

The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority swung to a fourth quarter profit, driven by higher revenue and a lack of early debt extinguishment costs.

Newington industrial automation distributor acquired by Ohio buyer

Ohio Transmission Corp. has acquired Newington’s Ohlheiser Corp., the two announced.

Back9Network searching for capital partner, possible buyer; Bosworth fires back

Greg Bordonaro| Matt Pilon |

Hartford's Back9Network is trying to raise a “significant” amount of capital to keep its doors open and if a deal is reached it could mean a change in the company's ownership, a source...

Sales boost drives Stanley's 4Q profit jump

New Britain manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker said its fourth-quarter profits more than doubled on higher sales.

Study: Fewer CT employers offer health insurance

The number of Connecticut employers who sponsor health insurance for their workers has fallen significantly since 2004, according to a study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Boeing taps Kaman for 767 wing kits

Bloomfield aeroparts maker Kaman Corp. has won a multi-year contract from Boeing Co. to continue supplying the jetmaker with wing kits and assemblies for the Air Force’s version of the Boeing...

CT landscaper-grower hiring workers

Southington's Winterberry Landscape & Garden Center needs about 25 seasonal, full-time workers and has set a pair of mid-February hiring fairs to elicit candidates.

Hartford Y CEO James Morton leaving

Gregory Seay |

James Morton, who has presided as chief executive officer of the YMCA of Greater Hartford the past four years, is leaving, the Y says.

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2015 New England Business Media