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Sticking by unions: Despite incentive to quit, state workers’ membership rate climbs

Alex Wood | Journal Inquirer |

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in June that public employee unions can no longer collect mandatory “agency fees” from nonmembers gave public employees all over the country an...

CEOs are leaving US companies as economic uncertainty grows


In an uncertain business environment, American companies are shaking up their management.

Lamont to take governor's office Wednesday; Malloy bids farewell

Joe Cooper |

In the shadow of Connecticut's Legislative Office Building, Edward “Ned” Lamont Jr. on Wednesday afternoon will take the oath of office, swearing in the Democrat as the state's 89th...

Lamont nominates utility chair Dykes to head DEEP

Matt Pilon |

A top energy official in the Malloy administration could be playing an even bigger role in the incoming Lamont administration.

CT wind, fuel cell projects win long-term contracts

Matt Pilon |

Regulators have OK'd contracts for five major renewable energy projects in Connecticut, which will sell electricity to the state's two public utilities.

8 share $3.6M in brownfield funds

Gregory Seay |

Berlin, East Hartford, New Britain, Torrington and four other Connecticut municipalities will collect $3.6 million in state funds to remediate and redevelop some 59 acres of blighted, contaminated...

Canton, E. Haddam share in $5M land grants

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut authorities say they are awarding nearly $5 million in grants to assist 14 communities, including Canton and East Haddam, in preserving some 1,139 acres as open and watershed space.

CT regulator wraps pipeline review, finds utilities acting properly

Matt Pilon |

For the past 14 months, Eversource and Avangrid have been defending against a research report that claimed their natural gas pipeline scheduling practices had added $3.6 billion to New England...

Bond Commission OKs tens of millions during Malloy's final mtg.

Joe Cooper |

In near unanimous support, the state Bond Commission on Tuesday morning greenlit dozens of projects worth tens of millions of dollars, mainly geared toward transportation and economic-development...

Farmington engineering firm HRP recasts C-suite amid retirement wave

Joe Cooper |

Farmington environmental engineering firm HRP Associates Inc. says it has promoted two of its longtime employees to the roles of chief executive and president/chief operations officer.

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