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Retailers partner for energy advantage program

The Connecticut Retail Merchants Association has extended its partnership with Energize Connecticut to encourage businesses to perform energy efficiency work.

Hartford area's retail-space picture draws into focus

Gregory Seay |

A number of retailers have opened Greater Hartford stores just in time for the all-important holiday shopping season, but all are housed in space built specifically to suit their needs.

Legislator to try again on holiday pay

Spurred by the ever-expanding hours of retailers on Thanksgiving, Rep. Matt Lesser, D-Middletown, said he plans to again introduce legislation that would require employers to pay their employees more...

Ahold reaches agreement on web features for disabled customers

Stop & Shop New England parent Ahold USA has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding its grocery delivery service, Peapod, the two sides announced.

How green is CT business?

The Winter edition of the Connecticut Green Guide delves deep into the sustainable business community's strengths and weakness, ranging from energy efficiency to public transit usage.

Pier 1 docks in Evergreen Walk

Home-décor-furniture chain Pier 1 Imports has opened its 20th Connecticut store with at least two dozen workers at South Windsor's The Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk shopping center.

Tanger Outlets to debut Foxwoods retail center in May

Tanger Outlets, which has been under construction at Foxwoods in Ledyard since Sept. 2013, will open May 21, Foxwoods announced.

Apple specialist Simply Mac seeding CT

Gregory Seay |

Utah retailer Simply Mac is opening Friday in Canton the first of its two new Connecticut stores specializing in the sales and service of Apple Inc. electronics.

Point-of-sale systems see major changes

Keith Griffin |

Point-of-sale systems, commonly referred to as POS, are undergoing a revolution in Connecticut — and it's largely driven by the capital needs of small to midsize retailers.

Edible Arrangements opening military base, college campus stores

Wallingford fresh fruit franchisor Edible Arrangements said it has secured its first college franchisee and will later this year open a store at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.

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