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CT out of running for Amazon's HQ2

CNN Money |

Amazon has released a "short" list of cities it's considering for its second headquarters.

Hartford kitchen cabinet company opens 12th store

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford kitchen-cabinet retailer Express Kitchens has opened its 12th store at 1280 East Main St. in Torrington.

Ex-Angelo's restaurant auction underway

Gregory Seay |

An auction of equipment and fixtures got underway Tuesday morning at West Hartford's former Angelo's on Main restaurant, to make way for building repairs and a new eatery.

How foundations saved the city of Detroit

John Horak |

The financial predicaments facing the state and Hartford came to mind as I was reading about how Detroit resolved its financial predicament (and 2013 bankruptcy) with the assistance of...

McMahon looks to revive CT's downtowns

John Stearns |

Patrick McMahon wants to help downtowns throughout Connecticut come alive — and he's in a good position to do that.

Ex-Pratt engineers lift their Addaero manufacturing venture

Gregory Seay |

A pair of former Pratt & Whitney engineers got off to a fast start once they opted to venture three years ago into the additive-manufacturing space with their own enterprise, Addaero Inc.

Windsor's SS&C Technologies to buy Missouri firm for $5.4B

Patricia Daddona |

Windsor financial-software and services vendor SS&C Technologies says it will acquire Kansas City, Mo., financial services and healthcare technology firm DST for $5.4 billion.

Rockwell Collins shareholders greenlight UTC deal

Patricia Daddona |

Shareholders for Iowa avionics manufacturer Rockwell Collins have overwhelmingly backed the firm's proposed $30 billion sale to Farmington conglomerate United Technologies Corp.

Calif. mental-health startup joins reSET

Gregory Seay |

A Silicon Valley, Calif., mental-health startup will be among nearly two dozen young enterprises participating in a business-development program sponsored by reSET in Hartford.

SBA tags CT lawyer as regional chief

Gregory Seay |

Glastonbury attorney Wendell G. Davis Jr. is one of six newly appointed regional administrators for the U.S. Small Business Administration, the agency says.

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