Who 'won' Stop & Shop strike?

The 11-day strike against supermarket chain Stop & Shop ended Sunday night with a proposed agreement for a new three-year contract with the United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW).

Griffin Health opening new primary care office in Shelton

Griffin Health is expanding its footprint in the lower Naugatuck Valley with a new 13,000-square-foot primary care office in Shelton.

Mobile Career Coach takes workforce development on the road

The WorkPlace Inc. has new wheels. And a sweet ride it is. Unveiled Tuesday morning at a media event in Bridgeport, the shiny new 38-foot American Job Center Career Coach boasts state-of-the-art...


Trevi sets terms for IPO; Precipio taps ex-insurance CEO for chief strategy role

New Haven biopharma startup Trevi Therapeutics on Monday said it will offer 4.7 million shares of its common stock at $14 to $16 a share in its upcoming IPO, according to its latest SEC filing.

Finance + dance class = new yoga business

It was while doing yoga that Amanda Audibert first learned to quiet the anxiety from the stressors of daily life. Now, the entrepreneur and former finance major is spreading this sense of calm and...

CT files new allegations against Purdue, Sacklers in opioid lawsuit

Connecticut stepped up its legal fight with Purdue Pharma Monday, adding new defendants, a new charge and new allegations of wrongdoing by the Sackler family to a complaint that says the company and...

Union has tentative deal to end Stop & Shop strike

Unionized Stop & Shop workers potentially ended an 11-day strike late Sunday after agreeing to a tentative labor pact with the Mass.-based grocer, according to union officials.

Guilford deli sued over alleged wage violations

A long-time employee of a Guilford delicatessen is suing his former employer, claiming he wasn't properly paid for overtime work.

Pearce names top Q1 performers

Pearce Real Estate has announced the winners of the firm's 2019 1st Quarter Achievement Awards. Eileen Smith and Vin Masotta of Pearce's North Haven/Wallingford regional office were cited for top...

Webster posts Q1 financial results

Webster Financial Corp. (NYSE: WBS) on Thursday announced earnings applicable to common shareholders of $97.5 million, or $1.06 per diluted share, for the quarter ended March 31, compared to $78.1...

New Haven concert venue must change to comply with ADA

The College Street Music Hall in New Haven will undergo renovations in the coming months to make it more accessible to patrons with disabilities.

Legislators break with Lamont, pitch tax hike on wealthiest

Democratic legislators are proposing a tax increase on the investment income of Connecticut’s wealthiest households to help close the state budget deficit, putting them on a collision course...

CT sheds 1,300 jobs in March

Connecticut's jobs picture received some good and more bad news Thursday.

Yale scientists restore some functions in dead pig's brain

A new breakthrough by Yale scientists may one day help doctors salvage brain function in stroke patients and others suffering from critical brain injuries.

QU's D'Ambrosio named national finance committee chair

Jeffrey D'Ambrosio of Cromwell, director of finance for Quinnipiac University's Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, has been appointed national chair of the Association of American Medical...

Day 7: Stop & Shop strike, negotiations continue

Stop & Shop workers were still on strike Wednesday as ongoing labor negotiations with the Mass.-based grocery giant remain in flux.

Hamden company launches new technology for food industry

A Hamden company recently released new technology aimed at helping food-service businesses such as restaurants and convenience stores.

SHU to offer electrical-engineering BS degree

Sacred Heart University's School of Computer Science & Engineering has established a new bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering. The program will begin in the fall 2019 semester.

Bloomberg: CT has 4th most innovative economy

Based on its presence of science, technology, engineering and math workers, density of tech companies, and research and development capabilities, Connecticut has the nation's fourth most innovative...

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