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Priceline CEO out over affair with employee

CNNMoney |

Norwalk based Priceline CEO Darren Huston resigned on Thursday after an investigation found that he had an improper relationship with an employee.

CT Innovations announces $5M investment challenge

Keith Griffin |

A $5 million global investment challenge for early-stage digital health and financial technology companies has been launched by Connecticut Innovations starting today.

CT nets $5M in Wyeth overbilling settlement

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut taxpayers will reap nearly $5 million from a global overcharging settlement against drug maker Wyeth, authorities say.

'Ban the box' bill passes House

Mike Savino, Journal Inquirer |

The House has approved a bill that would prohibit most employers from asking about criminal histories during the job application process.

CT golf courses to benefit from USGA, architects assistance

Two Connecticut golf courses will receive pro-bono consulting from a joint alliance between the U.S. Golf Association and the American Society of Golf Course Architects Foundation.

Gaming pact not affected by possible 3rd casino

Keith Griffin |

A revenue-sharing pact between the state and its two Native American tribes that operate casinos will not be affected if the two jointly open a third casino in Connecticut.

Study says feds should help small business more

Keith Griffin |

A survey of consumers from Connecticut and other states finds the federal government could be doing more to help small business. The survey also found when it comes to perks, shoppers like free WiFi...

UTC's per-share net up, sales flat

Gregory Seay |

United Technologies Corp. managed a slight uptick in per-share net income that beat Wall Street's estimates in the first quarter despite overall flat sales.

Multi-families still pace CT permits

Gregory Seay |

Permits for new housing construction in Connecticut grew for the second straight month in March, and have eclipsed the first-quarter total from a year ago, new data shows.

CT Food Bank names new CEO

The Connecticut Food Bank has named Bernard J. Beaudreau CEO. His appointment takes effect May 16.

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