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CTNext funds free help for 'stage 2' companies

Matt Pilon |

A decade ago, personal chef Paul Finney ran a one-man operation cooking meals in the homes of approximately 30 Greater Hartford clients.

Asian millionaires now the wealthiest in the world

CNNMoney |

Step aside, American millionaires.

Bradley to open 'escape lounge' with amenities

Harlan Levy, Journal Inquirer | 1

The Connecticut Airport Authority announced Monday that it awarded a contract to an overseas company to design, build, and operate an “escape lounge” at Bradley International Airport to...

I-84 engineers zero in on capping highway at ground level

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

Engineers working on a project to redesign Interstate 84 through much of Hartford have taken two project models off the table — a tunnel and an elevated highway.

Mohegan plans $50M hotel renovation

Greg Bordonaro |

As construction continues on Mohegan Sun's $130 million Earth Tower hotel scheduled to open this fall, the Uncasville casino said Thursday it's going to invest another $50 million to renovate its...

Hotel's owners sue city, claiming unfair tax burden

Gregory Seay |

The owner of the high-rise Radisson Hotel overlooking downtown Hartford's stalled ballpark is suing the city, claiming it didn't get the property-tax exemptions the city has granted its nearby...

Malloy vetoes brownfields land banks

Matt Pilon |

Last week, Gov. Dannel Malloy vetoed a bill passed by the legislature that would have created a nonprofit land bank that would acquire, remediate and redevelop contaminated brownfields.

Fed up, city fires Hartford baseball stadium builder

Gregory Seay | 1

The city has fired Centerplan Cos. and DoNo Hartford LLC as building overseer of the beleaguered downtown ballpark to house the Yard Goats minor-league baseball team after “losing confidence''...

Unusual property-tax experiment given new life

Matt Pilon | 1

After stalling in the legislature, a proposal to expand an unusual property-tax pilot program was given new life in special session last month when lawmakers inserted the bill's language into the...

$1B in bonding canceled

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

The House voted unanimously Thursday to cancel or reduce $1 billion in bonding that would affect schools, infrastructure, and development projects across Connecticut.

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