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Manage your brand channel or the channel will manage it for you

Bill Field |

It's still astonishing that many brands are overlooking their channel-branding efforts.

New St. Francis parent refinancing $246M in debt

Trinity Health Corp., the hospital operator that acquired St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and its related entities, is headed to the bond market.

Pension split aims to avoid major future tax hikes

Matt Pilon |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's recent proposal to lengthen the payoff date of Connecticut's $25.7 billion unfunded pension obligation comes with an unknown price tag.

CT Water plans $65.9M in capital spending

Connecticut Water has approved an overall $65.9 million capital spending plan for 2016, most of which will be spent on pipeline and other infrastructure improvements.

Report paints bleak portrait on CT jobs recovery, wages

Despite lower unemployment, the economic recovery has left behind many, in particular people of color, young workers, those paid low wages, and many with low levels of education.

Electric vehicles rebate program gets $2M boost

DEEP, in a bid to boost electric vehicle purchases, has added $1 million to a consumer-rebate program. It's also increasing incentives for local and state agencies with another $1 million.

Blumenthal among wealthiest; Congress likes GE investments

He’s no longer in the Top 10 in Congress, but U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal still holds the distinction of being the wealthiest member of the state’s congressional delegation.

UI to build Woodbridge microgrid

New Haven-based utility provider United Illuminating Co. said Tuesday that it has finalized an agreement with Woodbridge town officials to build a 2.2-megawatt microgrid.

State Dems propose $350M in budget cuts

Democratic legislative leaders proposed $350 million in budget cuts Monday. Their plan includes a cap on unitary combined reporting and other pro-business initiatives.

Sierra Club wants coal, nuclear power shuttered

The Sierra Club plans a rally this Saturday to demand that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy shutter the state’s coal and nuclear power plants.

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