Farmington Bank Chairman, CEO and President John Patrick Jr. says technology allows his 25 branches to serve customers with fewer workers.

Shifting habits, technology, stagnant economy diminish CT's financial-services jobs

Shifting consumer habits, technology and a stagnant state economy are curtailing jobs in Connecticut's crucial financial-services sector.

Catherine Thomas, an assistant nursing professor at CCSU, said her school's nursing facility expansion will accommodate a larger class of prospective caregivers.

CCSU expands nursing program with new lab, amenities

Central Connecticut State University is expanding its nursing program with a new lab and amenities aimed at wooing more students.

Australian defense officials Karen Loughran and Roger Grose visited Hartford to promote a U.S.-Australian trade summit in Connecticut scheduled for September.

CT aims to be U.S.-Australia defense link

Australia, a longtime U.S. ally, is ramping up its defense spending for sovereign and economic reasons, and Connecticut's defense sector is showing an interest.

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