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Meriden hotel to resolve ADA violations

The owner of the Comfort Inn & Suites in Meriden has agreed to make its property more accessible to the handicapped, according to U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut Deirdre M. Daly.

Ex-software worker’s $1.7M theft

The ex-payroll manager at a Wethersfield software company has admitted embezzling $1.7 million from her employer, errant income she also failed to report to the Internal Revenue Service, federal...

Opternative cofounder settles suit

As if optometrists' attitudes toward Opternative weren't skeptical enough, company co-founder Steven Lee, a licensed optometrist, may have made things worse.

Bloomfield virtual currency firm under SEC investigation

The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission has confirmed it has launched an administrative investigation of Bloomfield's Gaw Miners for potential violations of securities laws related to its sale of...

CT to receive $1M from drug marketing settlement

Connecticut will receive $1 million from a $71 million settlement between a California drug maker and 48 states, state Attorney General George Jepsen announced.

A&P aims to sell CT stores

Retail operator Great Atlantic & Pacific Company Inc., more commonly known as A&P, said in a bankruptcy court filing that it has received the go-ahead to try to sell its remaining 153 stores,...

Farmington ad agency closes

Matt Pilon |

Farmington advertising agency Keiler & Co. is no longer in business, according to a voicemail message at its Main Street office.

E. Lyme man guilty of mortgage-help fraud

An East Lyme man faces a year in prison for producing media ads that falsely promised to help struggling homeowners modify their mortgages, prosecutors say.

Judge dismisses CT taxi lawsuit against Uber

A Connecticut federal judge on Thursday agreed to dismiss Connecticut taxi operators’ lawsuit against tech-enabled car service provider Uber, according to court records.

SS&C subsidiary victorious in U.K. arbitration

A London arbitration tribunal has ruled that a subsidiary of Windsor's SS&C Technologies Holdings is not liable for failing to discover and report a fraud perpetrated by one of its hedge-fund...

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