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Post-merger United Bank lands on black

United Financial Bancorp Inc. booked a $10 million net profit in the Glastonbury lender's first full quarter since the April 30 merger of its Connecticut and Massachusetts predecessors.

Feds: Ex-Newington bank worker stole $112K

A former Newington bank-branch employee has been charged with stealing nearly $112,000 from several customer accounts, federal prosecutors say.

Hoffman Auto to install four solar arrays

Central Connecticut car dealer Hoffman Auto Group announced Wednesday it will install four solar arrays at its dealerships totaling 347 kilowatts.

CT earmarks $51.5M to 6 apt. sites

Hartford's Billing Forge Apartments is getting $10 million to rehabilitate its 112 units as part of the state's ongoing funding to build or recondition thousands of affordable apartments.

United Bank buying up its stock

Glastonbury lender United Financial Bancorp Inc. wants to invest about $35 million to repurchase 5 percent of its common stock.

Wethersfield cyber security firm raises $3.5M

Fortress Risk Management, which makes cybersecurity products for the financial sector, said it has raised $3.5 million from several investors, including the state.

CT tax-reclamation drive nets $12.4M

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's tax collector has declared success in reclaiming some 4,000 unregistered businesses who have returned $12.4 million in past-due taxes and fees to the state -- almost $9 million of it in...

Court orders Hartford to pay retroactive relocation benefits

A Superior Court judge this month found the City of Hartford in civil contempt for violating a 30-year-old settlement requiring it to provide relocation assistance and payments to tenants displaced...

Stanley's profits up 43% on higher sales, lower expenses

New Britain manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker said its third-quarter profits were up 43 percent, thanks to a 5 percent increase in sales volume.

Amphenol profits rise on record sales

Wallingford connector, sensor and antennae manufacturer Amphenol Corp. said its third-quarter profits jumped 13 percent on record sales of $1.36 billion.

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