Hartford Flavor Co. co-founders Tom and LeLaneia Dubay.

CT craft distillers say tight laws holding back industry's growth

The state's craft distillers say tight regulations, including limitations on on-site drink sales, are holding back the industry's growth.

Dr. Omar Eton gives Hartford HealthCare staff a tour of a recently completed phase 1 clinical trial unit for cancer research.

Hartford HealthCare bringing early stage clinical trials to region

Hartford HealthCare is getting into the specialized and competitive world of early stage clinical trials.

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Automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence are transforming the accounting industry and its workforce.

CRSA Chairman Scott Jackson said he expects enrollment in the state-created retirement plan to begin in the coming months.

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As Connecticut's state-created retirement plan for private-sector workers aims to start enrollment this year, a similar system in Oregon is showing mixed results as it rolls out, potentially hinting...

University of Hartford Provost H. Frederick Sweitzer says delays in the state approval process held up at least one new program the school introduced.

CT private colleges want parity in state's degree program approval process

Connecticut's private colleges are pushing for parity with public universities in the state-approval process for new degree programs.

 
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Hartford law firm Day Pitney LLP, which has over 100 attorneys locally and is the third-largest firm in Greater Hartford, has been eyeing growth in another state lately: Florida.

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