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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...

Judges for Women in Business 2016

A trio of three successful women served as judges for the Hartford Business Journal's Women in Business 2016.

Nonprofit Profile CT Bar Foundation

A look at the finances and spending of the Connecticut Bar Foundation.

HSO, Bushnell reach new operating agreement

Keith Griffin |

The Hartford Symphony Orchestra has reached a new agreement with The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts that gives the musical organization more control over its operations.

New brewmaster takes over iconic Hartford beer brand

John Stearns |

City Steam Brewery in Hartford has a new brewmaster making beer, but the flagship Naughty Nurse amber ale and other popular brews aren't going anywhere.

Smitten Alterra apt. landlord adding 3 more in Hartford region

Since the Alterra-Rocky Hill Apartments opened, its New Jersey developer/landlord has embraced Connecticut to the point it has broken ground for its third development in the Hartford region.

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