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Closing CT’s coding skills gap

Q&A talks about the Connecticut Skills Challenge with Bruce Carlson, Connecticut Technology Council president and CEO.

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...

Pain in the Trash: CT waste plan leans on industry

Matt Pilon |

For more than a decade, Connecticut regulators, municipalities and environmental groups have been nudging manufacturers and other businesses to assume more responsibility — financial and...

Voya workers eligible for relief

Keith Griffin |

Former employees of Voya Retirement and Insurance Annuity Co., located in Windsor, that handled retirement and annuity products and services, have been certified as eligible to apply for federal...

Guilty plea in counterfeit circuits case

A Chinese national has pleaded guilty in New Haven federal court to conspiring to sell counterfeits of sophisticated integrated circuits to a purchaser in Connecticut.

The 'fakes' industry is worth $461B

CNNMoney |

The shady business of "fakes" and counterfeit goods has ballooned into a global industry worth as much as $461 billion, according to a new report.

West Hartford's The Landmark starts pre-leasing

Pre-leasing has begun on the newest batch of luxury apartments in West Hartford Center, including The Landmark at 11 South Main St.

Pratt & Whitney lands $1.4B contract

Keith Griffin |

Pratt & Whitney said it has been awarded a $1.4 billion contract from the Department of Defense for F135 propulsion systems powering the F-35 Lightning II.

Investors becoming more bullish

Keith Griffin |

What a difference a quarter makes. Investor sentiment has grown appreciably more bullish since the last quarter of 2015, according to a survey released today.

Access Health reaching out to newly naturalized

Keith Griffin |

Access Health CT representatives have begun attending federal naturalization ceremonies to provide information about available healthcare plan options from the state-based exchange.

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