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Summer Green Guide publishes

Dive deep into the environmental law enforcement at the Connecticut Attorney General's Office, take a look back at 75 years of garbage at the Hartford Landfill, find out how to create fashionable...

Tourism drives Mystic’s economy

Chris Dehnel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Tourism is considered one of Connecticut's top six industries by state economic development officials, but the bounty from visitors with disposable income isn't shared equally by all cities and towns.

Zaleski to run Riverfront Recapture

Gregory Seay |

Hartford downtown business advocate Michael Zaleski has been tapped to succeed retiring CEO Joe Marfuggi at Riverfront Recapture, HBJ Today learned Wednesday.

Windsor Marketing breaks ground on expansion

Windsor Marketing Group said it has broken ground on an expansion at its Suffield headquarters that is aided by $1.5 million state loan.

Cybersecurity, more small-biz loans, aging staff pile bank commish's plate

Gregory Seay |

Jorge L. Perez, Connecticut's first Latino banking regulator and the first full-time banker plucked to run the agency in nearly a decade, is wasting no time grounding his feet in issues crucial to...

State, telecom industry clash over gigabit network expansion

Brad Kane |

The state's plan to help municipalities develop ultra-high-speed Internet fiber networks is moving forward with an initial funding partner, despite objections from the business community over the...

Home sales rose in March

Sales of Connecticut single-family residential homes increased 6.1 percent in March 2015 with a higher median sales price, according to trade association Connecticut Realtors.

Berlin sees opportunity in rail, industrial building development

Q&A talks about the economic development priorities within the town of Berlin with Chris Edge, who recently took over as the town's economic development director.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

CT's EXP investment: $10,000 per job

Gregory Seay | 1

Connecticut has seen a spike in statewide small-business aid recipients that shut their doors after collecting millions in loans and grants meant to grow their payrolls, new state data shows.

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