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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.

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.

Study: CT shellfish population at risk

A study co-authored by the Natural Resources Defense Council named Connecticut as one of the 15 most at-risk states with a coastal economy at risk of ocean acidification.

National Science Foundation awards UConn $300K

The National Science Foundation has awarded UConn $300,000 to become an I-Corps Site and create the Accelerate UConn program, fostering entrepreneurship and creating businesses out of technology...

CT small biz grew January payrolls slightly

Connecticut companies with less than 20 workers grew their workforces by an average of 0.08 percent in January, according to an index compiled by Intuit QuickBooks.

Study: Fewer CT employers offer health insurance

The number of Connecticut employers who sponsor health insurance for their workers has fallen significantly since 2004, according to a study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Access Health CT enrollment at 108K

Access Health CT, the state’s public insurance exchange, said Thursday that it has enrolled 108,036 state residents since the enrollment period opened on Nov. 15.

Intuit: CT small biz employment inched upward in Dec.

Connecticut businesses with fewer than 20 workers increased the size of their respective workforces by 0.2 percent in December, said financial software and payroll services provider Intuit.

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.

UConn incubator startup raises $1M

Medical device maker Avitus Orthopaedics, Inc. – a member of UConn's incubator program – has raised $1 million to commercialize its products.

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