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CFOs plan to increase capital spending

Chief financial officers plan to significantly increase their company's capital spending in 2016. Technology will be the biggest area of spending.

BBB issues warning on holiday delivery scam

The Connecticut Better Business Bureau is warning of a delivery scam that can empty unsuspecting victims’ bank accounts.

Rocky Hill’s I-91 Tech Center sells for $12.2M

Rocky Hill's I-91 Tech Center, sold barely three years ago as part of a commercial realty investment package, has sold separately for $12.2 million.

Cashman + Katz dabbles in political consulting

John Stearns |

Tony Cashman sees a powerful formula in combining his marketing-communications firm, Cashman + Katz, with political strategists.

New St. Francis parent refinancing $246M in debt

Trinity Health Corp., the hospital operator that acquired St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and its related entities, is headed to the bond market.

Pension split aims to avoid major future tax hikes

Matt Pilon |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's recent proposal to lengthen the payoff date of Connecticut's $25.7 billion unfunded pension obligation comes with an unknown price tag.

Slowing demand for community college enrollment

Matt Pilon |

After a period of growth during the recent recession, Connecticut community colleges are facing continued declines in student populations.

Hartford leaders urge CT to privatize its city realty

Gregory Seay | 3

Hartford leaders are urging the state to bundle and sell to private investors — and lease back from them — its city office and other buildings.

Harrison to retire as UHart president

University of Hartford president Walter Harrison has announced his retirement. It becomes effective in June 2017.

CT Water plans $65.9M in capital spending

Connecticut Water has approved an overall $65.9 million capital spending plan for 2016, most of which will be spent on pipeline and other infrastructure improvements.

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