Craig Howie, president of Bankers' Bank Northeast in Glastonbury.

Banks' mounting pressures closing some doors, widening others

Pressure is mounting on Connecticut's and the nation's community banks, results of the unrelenting burden of tightened regulations while staying abreast of fast-moving, expensive mobile-banking...

Second-year grad student Olivia Cormier, who is studying social work, will be among the graduate students relocating to UConn's downtown Hartford campus this fall.  She said the new campus is more active and convenient.

Grad school programs increasingly call Hartford home

When classes begin in late August, hundreds of UConn graduate students in social work, public policy and education will be coming to downtown Hartford.

Amber Cox is a dual-sport executive, overseeing business operations for the Connecticut Sun and New England Black Wolves at Mohegan Sun.

Cox lifts Sun's, WNBA's popularity

Amber Cox is back in the basketball game she loves, overseeing business operations for the WNBA's Connecticut Sun and building a new sports passion in the same role with the New England Black Wolves...

LeanBox’s high-tech, self-serve kiosks are stocked with fresh food and beverages. The Boston-area startup is targeting Greater Hartford for expansion.

Boston healthy food vendor startup targets Hartford

If you're looking to make your workplace more employee friendly, a Boston-area startup is hoping to help you.

An outside shot of Steelwrist’s new U.S. headquarters in Berlin at 576 Christian Lane. The company is spending $500,000 to renovate its 6,500 square feet.

Swedish manufacturer opening U.S. HQs in Berlin

Steelwrist, a Swedish-based international manufacturing company, will open its U.S. headquarters this September in Berlin.

 
This week's focus

CT biz schools aim to build women C-suite pipeline

When Nancy Lennert decided to transition her career from animation to marketing, one of her first steps was to enroll in UConn's part-time MBA program.

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Post Univ. restructuring adopts student-first culture

Q&A talks with Post University CEO John L. Hopkins about the college's recent rebranding and structural changes.

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