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Officials: Amazon HQ2 in NY could boost CT's tech hiring

Joe Cooper |

Amazon is rumored to be nearing a deal to split its second headquarters into two locations in Queens, N.Y., and Arlington, Va. What does that mean for Connecticut's tech hiring efforts?

The dollar is really strong. That could hurt the economy


President Donald Trump wants a weaker dollar, but his economic policies have helped make the dollar relatively strong.

A guide for Election Day 2018

Joe Cooper |

Voters on Tuesday will elect Connecticut's 89th governor and its entire General Assembly.

Reject the amendments

Chris Powell |

Two state constitutional amendments on Nov. 6's election ballot should be rejected.

UConn hockey rink investment wrong-minded

Greg Bordonaro |

When it comes to regional or even statewide planning, Connecticut often struggles to get a passing grade.

Small but growing number of CT startups turn to crowdfunding

Natalie Missakian Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

A small but growing number of Connecticut startups are turning to crowdfunding for investment.

Bruce Carlson | President & CEO, Connecticut Technology Council

Sean Teehan |

Bruce Carlson, who has helmed Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) as president and CEO since 2014, will leave his post at the end of the year.

Sources: Justice Department investigating Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke


The Justice Department is investigating Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke for possibly using his office for personal gain, following a referral from Interior's inspector general, two sources familiar...

Election preview: Where gubernatorial candidates stand on biz issues

Greg Bordonaro |

Ahead of Nov. 6's critical gubernatorial election, get one last look at where candidates stand on issues important to the business community.

Strong jobs report expected ahead of midterms


Economists expect positive October jobs numbers from the Labor Department on Friday.

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