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CT to debut mattress recycling

Connecticut will unveil the nation's first mattress recycling program, Bye Bye Mattress, on May 1 in Hartford.

18 years after departure, Hartford Whalers brand still a money maker

Debra Rughoo Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

The Hartford Whalers left town about 18 years ago but the team's ageless logo is still proving to be a money maker.

S. Windsor to house Evereve women's store

Minnesota fashion retailer Evereve is opening its first Hartford area store in South Windsor this summer and is hiring workers.

OTC drugs now tax free

Over-the-counter medications are now tax free, Gov. Dannel Malloy reminded residents Wednesday.

Cloud-based key machines coming to select CT Stop & Shops

A handful of Connecticut Stop & Shop locations, including Hamden, are getting unmanned key-making kiosks that can store home and car-key designs for future use.

Colchester retailer gets $1.5M state loan for expansion

Colchester’s S&S Worldwide, which sells educational products and toys, said it has received a $1.5 million state loan that will help it grow its workforce by 40 jobs.

207-year-old CT furniture store to close

Baker's Country Furniture in Stafford, which bills itself as the oldest furniture store in the country, said it will close.

Wireless Zone promotes senior exec to president

Middletown's Wireless Zone said it has promoted Joe Johnson to president.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

Crius Energy buys Houston firm for $22M

Stamford electric supplier parent Crius Energy will purchase Houston energy retailer TriEagle Energy for $22 million, the Connecticut company announced.

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