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DCP warns against fake invoice scam

The state Department of Consumer Protection is warning businesses to be leery of an invoicing scam that threatens collection action. It comes from an organization playing off the Yellow Pages name.

Foreclosure rates dip in Greater Hartford, statewide

Foreclosure rates in Greater Hartford showed a dip in March but still are higher than the national average as is the state’s overall foreclosure rate.

Bradley says TSA wait times below national average

The Connecticut Airport Authority is claiming wait times at Bradley International Airport are averaging less than 30 minutes during peak hours.

Wines being sold with misleading ratings

An investigation of 30 liquor stores throughout Connecticut found that nearly 90 percent are misrepresenting the ratings of the wines they sell.

CT home sales rise significantly

Keith Griffin |

Connecticut home sales and prices jumped significantly in April, according to figures released today, but condominium and townhouse prices are dropping.

Cigna, Anthem clash over pending merger

Howard French | Journal Inquirer |

Behind-the-scenes bickering is clouding Anthem Inc.'s pending buyout of Cigna Corp. The disagreements could delay the U.S. Justice Department's antitrust review

Mayor restores additional cut to Hartford libraries

Keith Griffin |

The Hartford Public Library won't face $393,000 in additional budget cuts in the coming fiscal year after Mayor Luke Bronin used a line-item veto restore funding.

GE is creating over 2,000 new jobs...in Saudi Arabia

CNNMoney |

General Electric just made a big bet on Saudi Arabia's attempt to end its oil addiction. It announced $1.4 billion in investments in Saudi Arabia as part of the kingdom's "Vision 2030" plan to...

Pratt engine gets European safety certification

Keith Griffin |

Pratt & Whitney's PurePower Geared Turbofan PW1500G engine has received certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency.

OPM predicts $259.1M deficit

Keith Griffin |

State budget officials continue to predict a $259.1 million deficit for the current fiscal year that ends June 30. OPM Secretary Ben Barnes said things get better in the next fiscal year.

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