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Second liquor retailer pledges to violate state pricing law

Patricia Daddona |

Stamford-based BevMax, an independent retailer of wines, spirits and beer, is starting to sell select products at its Connecticut stores at cost in response to a Total Wine & More lawsuit filed last...

Board member leaves CÜR Media

Patricia Daddona |

Sanjan Dhody, a member of the board of directors of CÜR Media, has resigned, the Glastonbury company disclosed.

UConn’s startup interns build CT’s STEM-talent pipeline

Matt Pilon |

Earlier this month, scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs looked on as UConn undergraduate and graduate-level students presented what they accomplished as summer interns working at the school's...

Asking price for small biz drops in Greater Hartford

Keith Griffin |

A new survey released Tuesday shows small business transactions in the first half of 2016 are up slightly from last year but asking prices were down in Greater Hartford.

Shaping Greater Hartford's future

Young leaders are the future of Hartford and the state of Connecticut. Yes, it's a cliché, but the truth behind that statement will be even more self-evident as Hartford Business Journal highlights...

Joel Kalinowski

Age: 33

Mitch Jackson

Age: 31

Tyron V. Harris

Age: 32

Three levels of ‘managerial hell’

"The Coaching Habit — Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever" by Michael Bungay Stanier (Box of Crayons Press, $16.95).

CTNext's $1,500 filing-fee rebate bows

Gregory Seay |

The state's reconstituted small- and startup-business promoter has launched its latest initiative, one that reimburses eligible first-time entrepreneurs for their business filing, licensing and...

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