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IBM forms small-supplier partnership in Connecticut

A new partnership has been formed to create the Connecticut Supplier Connection, an initiative designed to connect dozens of large corporations with suppliers that have under $50 million in revenues...

HBJ announces editorial staff changes

Hartford Business Journal Managing Editor Brad Kane is leaving his post to take over as editor of the Worcester Business Journal.

Bronin's post-election vision for city sharpens

Gregory Seay |

Fresh from a primary win but still weeks away from the citywide mayoral election, Democratic candidate Luke Bronin says that if he prevails, he won't wait to engage with Hartford's business and...

‘Consumer-driven’ health plans continue to gain ground in CT

Matt Pilon |

Since 2008, enrollment in so-called “consumer-driven” plans has grown 10 percent per year in Connecticut as companies have felt the pinch of higher healthcare costs.

The Hartford: fewer small firms looking to grow

Only 33 percent of small business owners across the nation are looking to grow their companies significantly, a sharp decrease from just a few years ago, according to a survey conducted by The...

CT small biz employment dropped in September

Connecticut companies with fewer than 20 workers employed 0.03 percent fewer people in September, according to technology firm Intuit QuickBooks' Small Business Index.

4 in CT vie for Martha Stewart honors

Four Connecticut design and crafts businesses are finalists for Martha Stewart’s honors as the nation’s best home-grown firms in their categories and overall, and they need the...

$350K for CT small-biz trade-exports

Eligible Connecticut small businesses will again split federal dollars allocated to support their trade-export activities, with this year's allotment totaling $350,000, authorities say.

N.Y. landlord expands retail incubator offering to CT

A national open-air shopping center landlord with ownership interests in eight Connecticut retail centers said it's offering a year of free rent and other services to qualified entrepreneurs.

CT Green Guide publishes Fall issue

Find out the backstory behind Connecticut's Utility 2.0 legislation and what the state is doing to encourage more adoption of hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars by reading the Fall 2015 Connecticut...

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