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'Wolf of Wall Street' maker settles US lawsuit for $60M

CNNMoney |

The production company behind "Wolf of Wall Street" will pay the U.S. government $60 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged its movies were made using illicit foreign funds.

2 CT men illegally exported to Pakistan

Gregory Seay |

Two Connecticut residents have been convicted of unlawfully exporting goods to Pakistan's army and laundering the proceeds, authorities say.

Unions sue gunmaker Colt's for alleged outsourcing breach

Greg Bordonaro| Gregory Seay |

Colt's Manufacturing Co., which emerged from bankruptcy two years ago and received a $10 million loan from the state last year in exchange for a pledge to maintain and grow jobs in West Hartford, is...

Middlesex Hospital ER reopens after car crash

Matt Pilon |

Middlesex Hospital's emergency department reopened over the weekend, following a Feb. 22 incident in which a local man deliberately crashed his car into the entrance before lighting himself on fire.

Feds: CT biotech CFO stole nearly $1M

Gregory Seay |

A New Haven biotech’s former finance chief is accused of embezzling nearly $1 million from his employer, federal prosecutors say.

Enfield mfr. sued over tools lost in 2016 fire

Gregory Seay |

An Enfield aeroparts maker that sustained a devastating fire two years ago is being sued by a Pennsylvania company who claims its dies and other tools were damaged and that the Connecticut company...

Travelers settles D.C. Section 8 flap

Gregory Seay |

A Hartford unit of the Travelers Cos. will no longer ask the source of residents' income in apartments that it considers insuring in the nation's capitol, authorities say.

Durham seated as CT's U.S. Atty.

Gregory Seay |

Groton lawyer John H. Durham is officially Connecticut's 52nd U.S. Attorney.

Hartford landlord gets 5 yrs. for threat

Gregory Seay |

A Hartford landlord will serve five years in federal prison for threatening a Connecticut bankruptcy judge, authorities say.

$256K tax fraud snares ex-CT man

Gregory Seay |

A former Windsor man convicted of stealing $255,904 in a federal income-tax fraud faces three years in prison, prosecutors say.

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