Michael Lindsey, founder, president and chief executive of Lindsey Limousine, started the company with one white stretch limousine nearly 30 years ago.

In competitive livery-services industry, Lindsey pairs limo business with tech companies

In the competitive livery-services industry, Michael Lindsey has paired his 30-year limo business with technology companies.

Manufacturer Ronald Rousseau, co-owner of Preferred Display Inc., points to one of the 925 new, energy-efficient LED lighting ballasts installed at his 215 Moody Road plant in Enfield.

Amid funding cuts, Enfield manufacturer finds energy-efficiency program a worthy investment

Amid funding cuts, an Enfield manufacturer says a state-promoted, energy-efficiency program is a worthy investment.

Vaishali Shah (left) and her husband Chirayu Shah opened Connecticut's first theCoderSchool in Farmington, which provides extracurricular coding lessons to school-age children. TheCoderSchool is a Silicon Valley-based franchise.

New Farmington coder school aims to build Greater Hartford's future tech workforce

A new Farmington coder school is trying to bolster Greater Hartford's future tech workforce.

Bloomfield-based LiquidPiston, whose employees are shown above, has tapped crowdfunding investment on two separate occasions to help fund development of its fuel-efficient engine.

Small but growing number of CT startups turn to crowdfunding

A small but growing number of Connecticut startups are turning to crowdfunding for investment.

 
This week's focus

Santander eyes larger CT commercial loan footprint

Q&A talks with Robert Cerminaro, Santander Bank's regional executive of commercial banking for Connecticut.

Q&As from recent editions
Newsmakers

Bruce Carlson | President & CEO, Connecticut Technology Council

Bruce Carlson, who has helmed Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) as president and CEO since 2014, will leave his post at the end of the year.

ADVERTISEMENTS
Most Popular on Facebook
Copyright 2017 New England Business Media