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Barnes & Noble to run UConn bookstores; Hartford location in play

Greg Bordonaro |

UConn has chosen Barnes & Noble as its next campus bookstore operator, according to the agenda for today's scheduled board of trustees meeting.

Why Bradley won its airport tug-of-war for Aer Lingus

Gregory Seay | 1

When Aer Lingus launches trans-Atlantic service from Bradley International Airport to Dublin in September, more will be at stake than trying regularly to fill seats for its nonstop, seven-hour...

Malloy names healthcare review taskforce

Seventeen people have been appointed to serve on a taskforce that will be responsible for comprehensively reviewing Connecticut’s laws regulating the ability of healthcare entities to establish...

Amid budget headwinds, CT's bioscience gains solidify

Gregory Seay |

Five years after the state agreed to invest nearly a billion dollars in its bioscience infrastructure, Connecticut, has begun to mount a critical mass of research talent and entrepreneurial zeal to...

Emerging Sector: A deeper look into CT's growing bioscience industry

Throughout 2016, HBJ will publish stories profiling the people, companies and industry trends shaping the current and future growth of Connecticut's burgeoning bioscience industry industry.

Collaboration key to solving community problems

Ted Carroll |

We seem to forget how essential it is to find common ground. Long after elections are settled, we are still engaged in what has been termed “hyper-partisanship.”

GE finds permanent Boston home

Keith Griffin |

Fairfield's General Electric has found the permanent home for its global headquarters along the Boston waterfront.

Coltsville National Park takes step ahead

The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation clarifying the National Park Service’s authority to establish the Coltsville National Park headquarters.

Lembo wants incentives’ oversight improved

The state comptroller is calling for better oversight of the state’s economic incentives. He said the agency charged with handing them out shouldn’t be determining their effectiveness.

Property tax bill proposed

As promised, a Hartford state senator has proposed expanding a tax experiment for commercial properties.

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