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Wesleyan raises $482M in campaign

Keith Griffin |

Wesleyan University said it recently wrapped its most successful fundraising campaign ever, a multi-year effort that netted $482 million.

CTNext's $1,500 filing-fee rebate bows

Gregory Seay |

The state's reconstituted small- and startup-business promoter has launched its latest initiative, one that reimburses eligible first-time entrepreneurs for their business filing, licensing and...

How startups can dominate a market

"Play Bigger — How Pirates, Dreamers and Innovators Create and Dominate Markets" by Al Ramadan, Dave Peterson, Christopher Lochhead and Kevin Maney (Harper...

CT’s path to a two-track recovery

Scott Bates |

Connecticut is facing the twin challenges of fiscal shortfalls and a rapidly changing economy that is making it harder for working families to make ends meet.

CT launches Entrepreneur Learner’s Permit

A new state law was signed recently creating an Entrepreneur Learner's Permit. This week's Q&A talks with Glendowlyn Thames, director of Small Business Innovation and CTNext at Connecticut Innovation.

Latest incubator creates CT’s ‘bioscience triangle’

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Like the CEO of any startup, Wendy Davis understands the challenges of taking a fledgling company and trying to grow it. That's perhaps doubly true in the bioscience industry.

What the new state tax changes mean

For this week's Friday Focus, we feature a Q&A on tax changes coming starting July 1 because of the new state budget.

CT ranked 10th worst for small business taxes

Keith Griffin |

A report issued Wednesday says Connecticut is the 10th worst state in the nation when it comes to taxes on small businesses.

CT flunks small-biz survey

Keith Griffin |

A new survey gives Connecticut an “F” and ranked the state dead last for its friendliness to small business in a variety of areas.

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.

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