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Personal questions that build business relationships

Ken Cook |

We talk about the importance of relationships in business. Truth be told, it's the foundation for success, be it in sales, leadership or just getting along with co-workers and doing your job.

Budget battle messaging shapes November elections

Some media outlets expressed surprise last week when Senate GOP Leader Len Fasano lashed out against the Connecticut Business & Industry Association for backing the Democrat's fiscal 2017 budget.

Tourist sites must focus on 'epic' experiences

Q&A talks about changing tourist consumer behavior with Jerry Henry, president and CEO of H2R Market Research, a Springfield, Mo., firm specializing in travel and leisure research.

Cultural tourism outlets partner to grow audiences

Patricia Daddona Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

As cultural tourist destinations, the Hartford Stage and Harriet Beecher Stowe Center exemplify an evolving trend, in which organizations share programming to reach wider audiences.

ESPN woes hurting Disney

CNNMoney |

The Avengers haven't been able to save Disney's stock this year. Neither have Mowgil and Baloo or a bunch of animated animals living in the big city. Bristol's ESPN is to blame.

Louisiana tribe hires Mohegans for gaming help

Keith Griffin |

A Louisiana casino operator has retained the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority to provide gaming, hospitality and entertainment consulting services for its venue.

Nonprofit Profile: CT Society of Certified Public Accountants

A look at the finances of the nonprofit Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants, as well as other nonprofit news from Greater Hartford.

Q&A on the CBIA Education & Workforce Partnership

Q&A speaks with Andrea Comer, executive director, CBIA Education & Workforce Partnership, for this week's Friday Focus on Technology.

HSO reaches agreement with stagehands union

Keith Griffin |

The Hartford Symphony Orchestra has reached an agreement with its stage employees’ union on a three-year contract. The agreement was reached in part because of previous negotiations with the...

Black Bear Saloon hit with $90K music suit

Keith Griffin |

The owners of Black Bear Saloon may wonder if it was worth playing the Fifth Harmony song, “Worth It”, now that they are being sued by music rights owners for playing copyrighted tunes...

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