West Haven apartment complex fetches $3.58M

A fully-leased, 30-unit apartment complex in West Haven sold recently for $3.58 million, according to city land records and brokers.

Assa Abloy introduces attack-resistant door kits for schools

In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla. and others around the country, Swedish door-lock maker Assa Abloy said it has introduced a product to help buildings withstand an attack.

Webster embezzler facing 30 years

A former manager of a Webster Bank branch in Orange faces 30 years in prison following his conviction Thursday for embezzling more than $850,000, prosecutors say.


Aer Lingus extends commitment to Bradley Airport; CT reduces revenue guarantee

Aer Lingus has committed to an additional four years bringing travelers between Bradley International Airport and Dublin, Ireland, despite missing its first-year revenue target.

Is CT gearing up for another fiscal bait and switch?

Some folks call it the fiscal bait-and-switch — and it could happen again this election cycle.

New Haven official to become Hartford's economic-development czar

The city of Hartford has hired New Haven housing administrator Erik Johnson to oversee its economic-development efforts — the third person to hold the post in the last three years.

In DEEP waters: Where the shellfish are

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has made available a new interactive map that shows where the crayfish are in Connecticut.

CT manufacturers stake claim to fame

Ansonia rubber-and-plastics maker Farrel Pomini and three other Connecticut manufacturers have been admitted to the American Manufacturing Hall of Fame.

CT sues Florida pharmacy in state-employee kickback scheme

The state has filed a lawsuit alleging violations of the state's False Claims Act orchestrated through a kickback, pyramid scheme involving a Florida-based compounding pharmacy.

Ikea eyes hotel for long-vacant Pirelli building

Swedish furniture retailer Ikea wants to convert the former Pirelli office building on Sargent Drive into a 165-room hotel.

Q&A with J.R. Logan, executive director of MakeHaven

A 'master maker' makes his mark at downtown New Haven's new 'maker space'

Valley Chamber to host gubernatorial hopefuls

The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce will host “Conversations with the Candidates for Governor” over three consecutive Wednesdays beginning Sept. 19.

Western CT Junior Achievement chapters merge

Junior Achievement of Western Connecticut and Junior Achievement of Southwest Connecticut have decided to consolidate operations.

Report: UConn falls out of top 20 public universities

The new 2018 report by U.S. News & World Report ranks the University of Connecticut No. 22 among public universities, down from last year's No. 18 ranking.

Good Copy owner pleads guilty to tax evasion

Louis Goldberg, owner of Good Copy Printing Center in New Haven, has pleaded guilty to tax evasion.

Tangoe to pay $1.5 million to settle accounting fraud charges

Tangoe Inc., a software company specializing in telecom-expense management, has agreed to settle SEC charges that it cooked its books to hide losses.

Wesleyan to kickstart startup incubator course

Wesleyan University said it will launch its first startup incubator course next week taught by Hartford-based ReSet for students from area colleges and universities.

Survey: Biz want next gov. to slash spending, reform state employee retirement benefits

Ahead of "what is arguably one of the most critical election campaigns in the state's history," the Connecticut Business & Industry Association released a survey finding that companies care most...

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