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Stop & Shop workers bullish about reaching labor deal

Joe Cooper |

On their fifth day on strike, Stop & Shop workers in Cromwell were growing optimistic Monday morning that the Mass.-based grocer and its union leaders were making progress on a new multiyear labor...

New taxes spell danger for CT retailers

Tim Phelan |

Once again, Connecticut is at a fork in the road. With less than two months remaining in the legislative session, decisions will soon be made on an array of tax increases actively being considered.

CT must rely more on nonprofits for service delivery

John Horak |

I write frequently about the sad state of Connecticut's nonprofit human-services industry. The members of this industry are “charities” as commonly understood, but “industry”...

Expanding free community college wrong-minded

The free college debate has heated up in Connecticut this year as lawmakers look for ways to reduce the debt burden students face after graduation.

CT's latest cyber-defense mechanism is stiffening penalties against financial scammers, hackers

Gregory Seay |

The state's latest cyber-defense mechanism is stiffening penalties against financial scammers and hackers.

CT manufacturing wage growth outpaces most other industries

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut manufacturers are full of anecdotes about how they use higher-than-average starting wages to attract and retain younger talent, to replace experienced and aging workers they lose to...

Healthcare innovator Jack Reed tees up ProHealth Physicians' next growth phase

Matt Pilon |

For 22 years, Jack Reed has shepherded one of the state's largest doctor groups — ProHealth Physicians — through the healthcare industry's twists and turns.

CT’s sole wind farm wants Eversource to cover costly outages

Matt Pilon |

A dispute over faulty and outdated utility equipment could imperil the state's only commercial wind farm.

At Capitol rally, tolls fuel talk shows


Talk radio came to the north steps of the State Capitol on Saturday, offering a modestly attended anti-tolls rally a darker and occasionally profaner version of the standard radio chatter since Gov.

If you haven't filed your taxes yet, here are some last-minute tips


Waiting until the last minute is not usually a good idea, especially when it comes to filing your taxes.

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