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Site plan nears for $60M mill renovation in WL

Harlan Levy | Journal Inquirer |

Officials representing the prospective buyer of the eyesore Montgomery Mill complex on Main Street in Windsor Locks presented details of their $60 million project and said a site plan would be filed...

Volkswagen profits back on track, despite scandal

CNNMoney |

Embattled German automaker Volkswagen said it will be able to post better-than-expected profits when it reports results, despite the costs and other problems associated with its diesel emissions...

N. American investors’ glasses half full

A Hartford firm’s fresh quarterly research report on institutional investor sentiment finds overseas investors are more bearish than their North American counterparts.

Three levels of ‘managerial hell’

"The Coaching Habit — Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever" by Michael Bungay Stanier (Box of Crayons Press, $16.95).

Nonprofit Profile: CRIS Radio

Enterprise Fleet Management recently presented a $1,500 donation to Community Mental Health Affiliates.

UConn: Future buildings to be LEED Gold

Keith Griffin |

UConn has raised its minimum LEED standard for all of its future building projects to gold from silver, a move the state’s flagship university says will help achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

New England must invest in energy infrastructure

Carl Gustin |

Recent cancellations and delays of proposed large-scale energy infrastructure projects, and results from two regional surveys suggest energy policy and consumer and business concerns in New England...

Connecticut faces unhealthy air quality today, Thursday

John Stearns |

Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is forecasting unhealthy air quality today through Thursday.

Legislators question DEEP’s decision to close beaches, campgrounds

Eric Bender | Journal Inquirer |

Members of the legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus are questioning numerous aspects of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s decision to adjust hours of state parks and...

CT launches Entrepreneur Learner’s Permit

A new state law was signed recently creating an Entrepreneur Learner's Permit. This week's Q&A talks with Glendowlyn Thames, director of Small Business Innovation and CTNext at Connecticut Innovation.

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