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Report: Hartford entrepreneurs third oldest in U.S.

Joe Cooper |

Greater Hartford's aging population is evident in many ways, including in its corps of business owners.

How America's foreclosure capital came back from the dead


Whenever he wants to see his old house, Nezam Juman walks to the edge of his waterfront property and peers around the river's bend. He can just see the roof behind some trees. It was his...

As Hartford region evolves, so do chances for growth

David Griggs |

The businesses and leaders that call this region home are world class in what they do on a global scale.

From plumber to chamber CEO, Sheridan's career path takes new flight

Sean Teehan |

From plumber to CEO, Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce chief executive Tony Sheridan's career path is taking a new flight.

Greater Hartford's roster of coworking locations expands

Gregory Seay |

Greater Hartford's roster of coworking locations is expanding. Find out where and why.

Stanley inks 10 startups for downtown Hartford accelerator

Joe Cooper |

New Britain manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker and a Colorado-based venture capital firm on Tuesday announced 10 startups will participate in their new advanced manufacturing accelerator program in...

CTNext awards $1.3M to higher-ed initiatives

Joe Cooper |

CTNext, Connecticut's quasi-public entrepreneurship booster, says it will award $1.3 million among seven higher-education initiatives.

UConn to house CT's first engineering, entrepreneurial graduate degree

Joe Cooper |

UConn says it's launching the state's first engineering-focused graduate degree in entrepreneurship in conjunction with several other colleges.

Hawkins helps small business dreams come true

Wendy Pierman Mitzel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

It may be the lovely view of Bushnell Park outside her window; surely it's the people who walk in and out of HEDCO's downtown Hartford headquarters on Lewis Street who inspire Vice President and...

More black women are running startups, but their funding still lags


The number of black women who have founded tech startups has more than doubled since 2016, a new report found.Now for the bad news: They continue to...

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