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Former Sikorsky president dies in crash

Former Sikorsky president Jeffrey Pino was killed in a plane crash Friday in Arizona, according to a report by Vertical Magazine, which covers the helicopter industry.

Bankruptcy filings down in CT, nationally

Bankruptcy filings in Connecticut federal courts dropped from 2014 to 2015, following along the same lines as national trends.

Former FBI agent sets up expert witness designation

Until now, there has never been a process that looks at all the essential factors required to validate the background of an expert witness. A retired FBI agent is hoping to change that.

CT population shows slight decline

For the second straight year, Connecticut saw a drop in its population according to U.S. Census bureau estimates. The drop was 5,791 from a population of 3.5 million.

CPA Society Names New and Young Professionals to Watch

The Connecticut Society of CPAs has announced its 2015 "New and Young Professionals to Watch," a select group of three young professionals, aged 35 and...

DCF a good place to start reforming state gov't

John Horak |

The Department of Children and Families is not suited for the delicate clinical task of mending broken children and families.

GE’s departure may be CT’s saving grace

General Electric's decision to move its headquarters out of Connecticut was viewed as a crisis by many, signaling the state's continued demise as a place to do business.

Working on Pride's I-91 Hartford Travel Center

Limited construction is underway on the Hartford Travel Center refueling-rest stop that a Springfield convenience-store chain is erecting along I-91 northbound.

777 Main owner appeals $474,425 MDC bill

The landlord-owner of the converted office-to-apartments tower 777 Main St. in Hartford is asking a state court to revoke a $474,425 extra assessment imposed by the MDC.

Developers pitch five, 240MW CT clean energy projects

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut may soon source more of its clean energy from within its own borders, if newly proposed projects are successful in a unique and ongoing multi-state bidding process.

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