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Over 200 years, Lyman Orchards became a destination for golf, pies and fruit picking

Andy Thibault Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Martin Rosol's celebrates 90 years of homemade meats

Andy Thibault Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Family business strength on display

Read about the winners and finalists of this year's Family Business Awards.

Insurance exchange aims to raise profile, attraction of small business health insurance option

Sean Teehan |

Connecticut's insurance exchange, Access Health CT, is trying to raise the profile and attraction of its small-business health insurance plans.

Wells Fargo customers are fed up. They could yank billions of dollars in deposits

CNNMONEY |

Wells Fargo customers, frustrated by a cascade of scandals, could yank tens of billions in deposits from the bank over the next year.An industry-high...

Producers say CT's Manufacturing Innovation Fund helping sector's ramp up

Natalie Missakian Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

The state's producers say Connecticut's manufacturing Innovation Fund is helping the sector's ramp up.

Wallingford manufacturer pierces international body-art market

Gregory Seay |

Third-generation Wallingford manufacturer Maria J. Pinto was overjoyed in 2016 about expanding overseas her line of precision needles for tattooing, body-piercing and medical applications, but she...

Auditors: Some DECD reporting errors have been fixed

Will Healey | Journal Inquirer |

A revised version of the state Department of Economic and Community Development’s 2017 annual report corrects many of the data errors found in the original version, however there continues to...

Survey: 25% of Americans own a side business

Joe Cooper |

Only a fraction of the 57 million Americans who own a side business have insurance to protect their additional income, a new survey says.

CEOs: Workplace culture key to wooing Millennials

Matt Pilon |

What's most important to Millennial workers? Three Connecticut small business executives said recently that salary is further down the list than you might think.

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