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Strong jobs report expected ahead of midterms

CNNMONEY |

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

FuelCell inks power agreement for Hartford project

Joe Cooper |

Danbury-based FuelCell Energy Inc. announced Thursday it signed long-term power purchase agreements with local utilities to cover a 7.4-megawatt project in Hartford.

Fed proposes softening 'too big to fail' rules on US banks

CNNMONEY |

Which banks are "too big to fail?" That just got a bit more complicated.

Access Health beefs up customer service ahead of open enrollment

Matt Pilon |

The open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act opens Thursday and will run through mid December.

Mohegan Sun's Margaritaville closing

Joe Cooper |

Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville restaurant will close its two-floor dining space at Mohegan Sun in January, resulting in 59 layoffs, according to a Department of Labor filing.

Taking the pulse of the gubernatorial candidates’ views on health care

MACKENZIE RIGG | CT Mirror |

The three leading gubernatorial candidates share their thoughts on several health care issues, including Medicaid work requirements, an individual mandate, the opioid crisis, the hospital tax and Roe...

Kroll: CT Lotto assets transfer could ease pension pressure, but...

Matt Pilon |

If Connecticut were to transfer its lottery assets to its underfunded pension system, it could be a credit positive move, though not a silver bullet to the state's fiscal woes, Kroll Bond Rating...

Conning: CT’s credit quality climbs to No. 44

Joe Cooper |

A new report found Connecticut's credit quality still ranks among the worst nationally due to modest job growth and high levels of debt.

Funding for crumbling foundations delayed

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations will have to wait at least another month to seek state financial assistance.

CT marks fifth decrease in workers comp rates

Matt Pilon |

Workers compensation insurance rates will drop nearly 17 percent effective Jan. 1, the Connecticut Insurance Department announced.

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