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'Engineer' hire costs Garg $390K

A Rocky Hill engineering contractor will pay $390,000 to settle claims it failed to verify the education and engineering credentials of an employee later assigned to work on federally funded road and...

Kilduff is new CHFA head

The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority has hired a Darien town administrator as its executive director, effective at the end August.

Hartford Mayoral Race 2015 Preview: Week 5

The Hartford Business Journal continues its series of profiles of Hartford's mayoral candidates.

Bronin: Mayor must be Hartford's 'chief economic development officer'

Gregory Seay |

Luke Bronin may be a novice to running for political office, but he isn't new to politics.

CT climbs in much-cited CNBC biz ranking

Connecticut has climbed 13 spots in CNBC's much-cited annual ranking of state business climates.

Survey: Biotech location decisions based on talent

Access to talent is the biggest factor in where biotechs decide to locate their operations, according to a survey released Friday by several state entities and the CURE biotech industry association.

Moody’s downgrades Hartford’s debt

For the second time in nine months, Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded Hartford’s debt.

PURA approves three Eversource CT closures

The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has issued a draft decision approving Eversource's request to close facilities in Glastonbury, Newington and Waterbury.

Fla. Gov. Rick Scott headed to CT Thursday

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said he is flying to Connecticut Thursday to drum up interest from Nutmeg State companies to move south.

Pentagon awards $5.2M contract to UTRC

United Technologies Research Center in East Hartford said the U.S. Department of Defense has awarded it a $5.2 million contract to develop a way to create new materials more quickly for aerospace...

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