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CT casino Dec. slot revenues down slightly

Joe Cooper |

Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods Resort Casino on Tuesday again reported a slight dip in December slot revenues.

Hartford Athletic unveils free ticket program

Joe Cooper |

More than 2,000 free tickets will be available for the Hartford Athletic's inaugural season through a new community program launched on Tuesday, the pro soccer club announced.

Bristol apts. fetch $4.4M

Joe Cooper |

A Massachusetts brokerage says it's sold a two building, 75-unit housing complex in Bristol to a New York developer for $4.4 million.

CVS Health commits $100M to community health, wellness programs

Joe Cooper |

CVS Health, which recently acquired Hartford health insurer Aetna for $69 billion, has committed $100 million toward community health and wellness programs.

Hartford HealthCare to implement $15 minimum wage

Joe Cooper |

After months of consideration, Hartford HealthCare (HHC), Connecticut’s second largest health system, announced plans Monday to raise its minimum hourly wage to $15 in March.

Judge says partial gov. shutdown will not delay CVS-Aetna review

Joe Cooper |

Despite warnings from the Justice Department, a federal judge says the partial government shutdown will not delay his review of CVS Health’s $69 billion acquisition of Hartford health insurer...

Sticking by unions: Despite incentive to quit, state workers’ membership rate climbs

Alex Wood | Journal Inquirer |

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in June that public employee unions can no longer collect mandatory “agency fees” from nonmembers gave public employees all over the country an...

Hartford’s Shipman & Goodwin taps DCF’s Katz as partner

Joe Cooper |

The former commissioner of Connecticut's Department of Children and Families (DCF) has joined Hartford law firm Shipman & Goodwin LLP as a partner.

East Hartford adds brewery, brewpub zones

Joe Cooper |

East Hartford officials have approved new zoning laws that allow breweries and brewpubs in both commercial and industrial zones.

Report: CT overtime pay up 4% in FY 2018-19

Joe Cooper |

State agencies, through the second quarter in the current fiscal year, have spent almost $120 million on overtime wages, a 4.1 percent increase compared to the year-ago period, according to new data.

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