Anthem's Wallingford HQ for sale

The troubled two-story Wallingford office building housing insurer Anthem Health and engineering firm Burns & McDonnell is on the market with the asking price withheld, brokers say.

New Haven region leads state in growth, adds 2,300 jobs in April

The New Haven region added 2,300 jobs in April, even as Connecticut entered its second consecutive month of job declines, state Department of Labor figures show.

Hamden photo shop moving to Tommy K's Plaza

A longtime Hamden photography and photo printing business will triple its size in June when it moves to a new location on Dixwell Avenue.

 

With new budget in place, Malloy cancels rail, bus fare hikes

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration has canceled planned rail and bus fare hikes now that legislators have adopted a new budget with added resources for the Special Transportation Fund.

CT Lottery taps Middletown ad agency

The Connecticut Lottery Corp. has selected a Middletown communications agency as one of its two new advertising and marketing partners.

UI says most power outages to be fixed today

Most utility customers in Hamden and North Haven should have power back on by the end of today as crews work to repair damage from Tuesday's tornadoes, United Illuminating said Friday.

Efficiency coalition lawsuit calls funding raid unconstitutional

A group of five Connecticut energy efficiency contractors, ratepayers and not-for-profits is seeking to block the state's planned sweep of $155 million in ratepayer funds, on the grounds that the...

SCSU helps build biotech workforce pipeline

New Haven Biz talks with Christine Broadbridge, dean of graduate studies, research, and innovation at Southern Connecticut State University and head of the university's Office for STEM Leadership and...

Bioasis eyeing NASDAQ after raising $2.2M

A Canadian biotech startup that recently opened its first U.S. office in Guilford said it has raised nearly $2.2 million in equity and expects to begin trading on the NASDAQ by the end of this year.

Orthopedic Associates opens first area office in Hamden

Orthopedic Associates of Hartford, one of Connecticut's largest orthopedic specialty groups, said it has opened its first New Haven County office in Hamden.

Royal Pez dispensers fetch nearly $10K for charity

A Pez candy dispenser set featuring the likenesses of Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle recently sold for $9,893 in an auction for charity, the Orange-based candy maker said Monday.

New ownership for Middletown power plant

The private-equity owner of the 620-megawatt Kleen Energy power plant in Middletown said it has sold a majority stake to four Japanese companies.

Trailblazer store closing in downtown New Haven

Outdoor retailer Trailblazer, a fixture in the Elm City's Broadway shopping district for more than two decades, is closing its doors at the end of this month.

Patriot completes Prime Bank takeover

Prime Bank in Orange is now officially a Patriot Bank branch. Patriot National Bancorp. Inc., the bank's Stamford-based parent company, said it completed its deal to acquire Prime last Thursday.

Yale's Alexander leaves legacy of growth, town-gown partnerships

Few people have had a bigger impact on New Haven and Yale University in the last 20 years than Bruce Alexander. Now after two decades in the trenches, Alexander is calling it quits.

Wallingford man charged in ID theft

A Wallingford man who allegedly used a victim's identity to file a fraudulent bankruptcy petition has been charged with identity theft and bankruptcy fraud, federal authorities say.

CT Water books 1Q loss

Clinton-based Connecticut Water Service, which is in the midst of a merger with a California company, said it lost money in the first quarter due mainly to higher operating expenses.

Wayback Burgers eyes Ireland

Cheshire fast-food franchisor Wayback Burgers says it has inked a pact to sell its brand of fresh burgers and shakes in the Emerald Isle.

Duke VP to lead Yale's Smilow Cancer Hospital

Yale New Haven Hospital said this week it has tapped the associate vice president of oncology services at Duke University Health System to lead Smilow Cancer Hospital.

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