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CL&P, UI to refund $30M

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has ruled electric ratepayers will receive a $30 million refund from the parent companies of utilities Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating...

CCAT wins $6M grant from U.S. Air Force

East Hartford’s Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Inc. is receiving a $6 million federal grant to develop tools for supply chain companies that manufacture metal and composite...

A peek at CT taxpayers’ $38M office high-rise

Gregory Seay |

The $37.5 million in hard currency Connecticut taxpayers shelled out to buy and refit The Hartford's former mid-town office tower into state executive offices is tangible.

State regulators demand redo of ISO New England power auction

State Attorney General George Jepsen this week asked a federal commission to reconsider its decision not to investigate whether a power plant operator deliberately manipulated a February power...

Index: Banking compliance costs rose sharply in 3Q

With a greater number of new regulations enacted during the third quarter, the average community bank spent an additional $45,264 to comply, according to New Haven’s Continuity Control.

CT ag commish takes NASDA seat

Connecticut Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky has taken a leadership role that he says gives the state a direct voice in national agricultural policy.

CT to receive $180K from TD Bank for data breach

Connecticut and eight other states have reached an $850,000 settlement with TD Bank that resolves consumer protection and privacy claims against the bank related to a 2012 data breach, state...

Hartford councilors move $350M stadium-neighborhood plan forward

The Hartford city council Tuesday evening approved property transfers and other agreements that pave the way for a minor league baseball stadium and mixed-use development to be built in Downtown...

Frontier wins final approval for AT&T purchase

Stamford's Frontier Communications is Connecticut's new largest provider of landline telephone services.

$6.7M for Capital Workforce Partners

Hartford-based Capital Workforce Partners, which coordinates workforce programs for the state, will receive $6.7 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to help the long-term unemployed find work,...

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