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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.

Biggest stadium construction challenge: Transparency

Keith Griffin Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

What's the biggest challenge in building a baseball stadium in Hartford? It's not so much the physical difficulties.

Time to do away with minimum-pricing law

Small package store owners flocked to the State Capitol last week protesting Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's plan to extend liquor store hours and undercut arbitrary minimum-pricing laws.

One 777 Main sub returns

One of the subcontractors renovating a former downtown office tower into high-rise apartments is back at work and a second is close to returning after being sidelined for breaching state labor rules,...

Aldi hiring for N. Windham store

Aldi will host a hiring fair Sat., March 21, for its newest Connecticut store in Windham.

Between Rounds, ShopRite are bagel partners

South Windsor bagel franchisor Between Rounds Bakery Sandwich Café has expanded its fresh-made bagel sales into a pair of area ShopRite supermarkets.

EMS parent Vestis elevates interim CFO

Meriden retail operator Vestis Retail Group said it has appointed Susan J. Riley as chief financial officer.

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