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'Lock box,' paid family leave, weaponized drones fail to pass

Mike Savino | Journal Inquirer |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal for a constitutional “lock box” for transportation funds never received a vote from either chamber this session. Other prominent bills died, too.

Tech group urges caution from packaging task force

The national Consumer Technology Association is protesting the legislature’s recent passage of a law creating a task force to study how Connecticut might reduce the amount of consumer packaging...

Four health centers receive $1M federal grants

Four Connecticut community health centers, including two in Hartford and East Hartford, have received $1 million each in federal grants from the Department of Health and Human Services.

1Q healthcare M&A deals decline

John Stearns |

There were fewer healthcare merger and acquisitions in the first quarter this year than in fourth quarter 2015, but the value of the deals soared, according to new data from Health Care M&A News...

Mfg4 on display

Gregory Seay |

Tuesday, the Manufacturing 4 the Future expo opened its three-day run at the Connecticut Convention Center, with more than three dozen in-state firms and one state agency among the nearly 200...

Horizon Tech's 1Q net climbs

Gregory Seay |

Horizon Technology Finance posted higher net investment income from the Farmington lender's venture-loan portfolio.

Cyber thieves siphon tax forms from ADP payroll data

CNNMoney |

Cyber thieves have succeeded in stealing sensitive tax and salary information on employees at a dozen companies that use the payroll giant ADP.

CT ranked third best for working moms

Keith Griffin |

A new study claims Connecticut is the third best state for working moms based on factors like workday length, family leave policies, and school system quality.

Charter Oak announces tuition for first online master's

Keith Griffin |

Charter Oak State College has announced tuition for its first master's degree program, which commences this fall.

Frontier’s 1Q falls deeper into red

Keith Griffin |

Norwalk-based Frontier Communications Corp. said its first-quarter losses more than tripled, related, in part, to higher expenses from ongoing acquisition and integration costs in California, Texas...

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