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Hotel's owners sue city, claiming unfair tax burden

Gregory Seay |

The owner of the high-rise Radisson Hotel overlooking downtown Hartford's stalled ballpark is suing the city, claiming it didn't get the property-tax exemptions the city has granted its nearby...

AirBnB, state reach hotel tax collection agreement

Keith Griffin |

AirBnB has reached an agreement with the state Department of Revenue Services to collect hotel occupancy taxes from its customers.

Foxwoods adds four restaurants

Foxwoods Resort Casino has unveiled plans for a property development and expansion that includes adding four new restaurants.

CT's Fortune 500 rankings for 2016 announced

Nineteen Connecticut companies have made it on Fortune Magazine's 2016 Fortune 500 list. Four Connecticut companies remained in the Fortune 100 list.

Tech-savvy Millennials embrace mobile technology

Anthony Price |

If Paul Revere were to ride his horse today, he would be on his mobile phone, warning business about Millennials, the generation born between 1982 and 2000 that comprises over 83.1 million people in...

Hartford entrepreneur David T. Chase dies at 88

Prominent entrepreneur and philanthropist David T. Chase has died at 88. His career spanned many industries including commercial real estate, banking, telecommunications, construction, manufacturing...

'Speakeasy'-style eatery set for W. Hfd.

Gregory Seay |

McLadden Restaurant Group will open later this year its second West Hartford restaurant, this one with a “Roaring '20s, speakeasy” theme.

Green Bank invests $2M in Southington digester project

Keith Griffin |

A Southington company has received a $2 million loan from the Connecticut Green Bank to build a $12 million food-waste-to-energy-plant. The $12 million project will produce up to 1.1 megawatts of...

Colchester company builds ‘green wall’ in Baltimore

Colchester’s AgroSci Green Walls said it has completed the installation of a living wall at a new restaurant in Baltimore, Md.

Google going to start showing more ads

CNNMoney |

Google is growing its ads -- in size and in number. Later this year, Google is going to start handing over more space to advertisers, and allow their ads to pop up in loads of new places, like Google...

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