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Lyft makes its Wall Street debut


For years, Uber tried to bulldoze ahead of Lyft and other rivals through a mix of aggressive fundraising and dirty tricks. At one point in 2017, Uber's former CEO, Travis Kalanick, was caught...

Cities Project: A statewide newsroom collaboration


For the next several months a remarkable partnership of media organizations — CT Mirror, Connecticut Public Radio, Hartford Business Journal, Hartford Courant, the eight Hearst daily...

Southwest Airlines says Boeing's 737 Max groundings are hurting sales


Southwest Airlines warned that the 737 Max groundings are hurting its ticket sales. But Southwest's problems extend beyond Boeing.

Airbus lands a massive deal with China as Boeing battles its 737 Max crisis


As Boeing struggles with the 737 Max crisis, its big rival Airbus has announced a huge order from China.

American Airlines is canceling 90 flights a day because of 737 Max grounding


American Airlines plans to cancel flights well into April because of the Boeing 737 Max grounding.

CT starts 2019 with net job loss, after second revision

Joe Cooper |

Just weeks after a data revision that cut Connecticut's 2018 job gains in half, the first month of the new year started with a similar treatment.

With committee vote, lawmakers map potential path to tolls


A legislative committee took the first steps Wednesday on what would be a long and complex journey to implement a comprehensive system of electronic highway tolls in Connecticut, voting party lines...

A bridge too far (gone)

Michael C. Bingham |

Gov. Ned Lamont and a group of transportation advocates gathered near the Devon Bridge in Milford Monday to call for increased investments in the state’s transportation infrastructure. The...

Before biz crowd, Lamont defends min. wage, paid family medical leave

Matt Pilon |

Facing a business crowd unhappy about proposals to raise the minimum wage and implement paid family medical leave, Gov. Ned Lamont defended his support for those policies, saying the workplace needs...

RI judge upholds truck-only tolling; Lamont still wants broader program

Joe Cooper |

A federal judge in Rhode Island on Tuesday dismissed the trucking industry's lawsuit aimed at the Ocean State's newly minted highway tolls on tractor-trailers.

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