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Cities, others land initial 'innovation place' grants

Gregory Seay |

The state's CTNext program has awarded cities and other entities grants ranging from $24,000 to $50,000 to establish “innovation places," authorities say.

Windsor financial services firm acquires Salentica

Patricia Daddona |

Windsor-based SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. is acquiring New York-based Salentica as it bolsters its financial services software capabilities, adding 30 employees.

Tips for outsourcing your company’s IT

Carlos Perez |

Small business owners by nature wear many hats to run and manage their companies. In many cases those responsibilities, while crucial to the operation of the business, are not the company's primary...

CT's successful family businesses run the industry gamut

One of the great things about family businesses is that they can sprout in nearly any industry. Connecticut, in particular, has a diverse array of family businesses, some of which have...

BioSafe Systems

Headquarters: East Hartford

Canadian fintech firm wins top VentureClash prize

Matt Pilon |

A Toronto-based financial technology upstart expects to bring jobs to Connecticut by early next year, after winning a $1.5 million equity investment Thursday night in Connecticut Innovations'...

Drones aid Hartford insurer in assessing hurricane claims

Patricia Daddona |

The Travelers Cos. Inc. is using drones to help inspect property damage in the states affected by Hurricane Matthew.

Can we secure the internet of things?

William Malik |

The internet of things — the internetworking of everyday physical objects — is all around us. Every day our cars, homes, offices and even our bodies through things like medical devices...

Changes aplenty for CT’s high-speed network

The state entity that operates a high-speed internet fiber backbone for public schools, libraries and other users is putting an increased focus on attracting business customers, as it grapples with a...

Military finds Tru-Hitch’s tow gear truly uplifting

Gregory Seay |

U.S. and allied soldiers for years have relied on a bit of Connecticut lifting-towing technology to clear foreign battlefields of destroyed or disabled Army troop and equipment carriers, and other...

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