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Hartford personal income inched up in 2013

Personal income per capita inched up by less than 1 percent last year in both Greater Hartford and Hartford County, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

CT bonds net AA rating, ‘stable’ bond outlook from Kroll

A day after Fitch Ratings assigned an ‘AA’ rating and negative outlook to $500 million in state bonds, Kroll Bond Rating Agency assigned the same rating, but with a stable outlook.

CT keeps ‘AA’ bond rating, negative outlook

With the state’s Bond Commission prepared to approve a slate of borrowing on Wednesday, Fitch issued an ‘AA’ rating on $500 million worth of Connecticut general obligation bonds and...

CT Green Bank violated contract awarding, reporting laws

The Connecticut Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority failed to fulfill its legal requirements on awarding contracts and reporting its progress to the legislature, according to an audit report...

QU survey: Institutional investors favoring U.S., Western Europe

Institutional investors such as plan sponsors and fund of funds prefer American and Western European investments, and intend to pull back from Russian investments over the next year, according to a...

Torrington Savings' officer reshuffle

Barely had inked dried on Hartford Business Journal's Nov. 10 dispatch ("Banker ReShuffle") about musical chairs involving seasoned bank officers moving among banks in...

Bankers: Retail breaches unfairly pinch their purses

Gregory Seay |

Bankers John Patrick Jr. and Rheo Brouillard and their Connecticut depositories got stuck with relatively tall bills after being swept up with millions of consumers in some high-profile retail-data...

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.

CI anticipates about $6M return on CyVek investment

Connecticut Innovations said Thursday that it expects to earn three times its initial investment in Wallingford’s CyVek, which last week agreed to be acquired by a Minnesota company for as much...

Voya buys back more shares from former parent

Voya Financial, which has more than 1,500 employees at its Windsor campus, said it is once again buying back shares from its former parent company, Dutch banking and financial services provider ING...

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