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Decoding the latest trends in digital marketing

Q&A talks about the latest ways small and midsize companies are using digital marketing with Dean Sullivan, the digital director of Glastonbury's Cashman + Katz Integrated Communications.

How green is CT business?

The Winter edition of the Connecticut Green Guide delves deep into the sustainable business community's strengths and weakness, ranging from energy efficiency to public transit usage.

Will sponsors follow Rock Cats to Hartford?

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As the Rock Cats abandon New Britain for a new $60 million stadium in downtown Hartford, city and business officials are concerned Stanley Black & Decker and the team's dozens of other sponsors won't...

UConn hoops cereal debuts Thursday

UConn's dual basketball championships earlier this year will be commemorated on a cereal box available for sale starting today, officials announced.

Tribune Publishing books small loss in inaugural quarter

Hartford Courant parent company Tribune Publishing, which was spun off by its own parent company, Tribune Media, in August, booked a small loss in its inaugural fiscal quarter as an independent...

ebm-papst featured in upcoming Discovery Channel episode

Farmington fan and motor parts designer and manufacturer ebm-papst said it will be featured in an upcoming episode of a Discovery Show program that highlights breakthroughs and advancements across a...

Tribune swaps out Courant publisher after less than a year

The Hartford Courant's publisher is headed to a sister paper in Florida, less than a year after she was promoted to the top spot at the Hartford daily, Tribune Publishing announced Friday.

CCSU taps students for $150K ad campaign

Central Connecticut State University in New Britain said it will roll out a $150,000 student recruitment ad campaign this week that was designed not by an area PR firm, but by its own students.

ESPN extends, expands NBA deal

Bristol sports media giant ESPN said it has signed a nine-year agreement with the NBA that will allow it to air more regular-season games and increase its overall pro basketball content.

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