Economist to NH: It's all on you

New Haven is the state's main hope to rebound in 2019 from its economic doldrums, according to the chief investment officer for People's United Bank.

New Haven company takes legal pot to the bank

Green Check Verified, a New Haven software company, is launching a solution for legal marijuana businesses seeking banking services.

Shop 'til you drop (from exposure?)

Mayor Toni N. Harp unveiled a festive experiment in retailing with the opening of the New Haven Holiday Market on Temple Plaza.

 

Transit drives response to primary-care plan

Ride-sharing, more bus routes and a limited “hardship fund” are among improvements suggested to new plan that would relocate Yale New Haven Health primary-care services to Long Wharf.

Hamden office building sold

A free-standing, 3,748-square-foot office building at 2839 Dixwell Ave., Hamden has sold for $460,000.

Innovation becomes a thing of beauty at Yale

A group of Yale students recently completed a nine-week extracurricular project to develop new beauty products in collaboration with L’Oréal. The project, known as the “Product...

Gaylord CEO named 'Healthcare Hero'

George Kyriacou, CEO of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare in Wallingford, has been named a Healthcare Hero by the Hartford Business Journal for his dedication to improving patient care.

Pegasus' DiPentima elected CBIA board chair

Chris DiPentima, president of Pegasus Manufacturing in MIddletown, has been elected chairman of the Connecticut Business & Industry Association's board of directors.

State regulator assigns 9 marijuana licenses

Connecticut's crop of licensed medical marijuana dispensaries will double in the coming months, according to state officials.

Report: CT insurance industry still potent economic engine

Connecticut's insurance industry remains one of the largest in the world, and is a indispensible engine of the state's economy.

Startup pro football league drafts CT for roster

A new pro football league focused on health and wellness and social justice has identified Connecticut as one of 10 locations to host a charter franchise.

Waterbury STEM expo stokes interest in industry

The event hosted by the Waterbury Regional Chamber brought dozens of Waterbury-area middle- and high-school students to Naugatuck Valley Community College to learn more about local opportunities in...

Diversity standards pay dividends at med schools

U.S. medical schools are admitting more female and minority students a decade after diversity standards were introduced by a national accrediting body.

New eatery brings teriyaki and sushi to Dixwell

Restaurateurs Joyce Li and Sitan Chen have opened Yamasaki Teriyaki, a Japanese fast casual restaurant, at 9 Dixwell Ave.

Achillion opens Philly office; Biohaven launches public stock offering

New Haven biotech Achillion Pharmaceuticals has opened a second office outside Philadelphia, the home of CEO Joseph Truitt.

Staples takes helm at Makiaris Media

Donna Staples of Wallingford has been named president of Makiaris Media, a major media consulting company in Middletown.

Urgent care provider debuts Stratford location

PhysicianOne Urgent Care, an affiliate of Yale New Haven Health, recently opened its 12th Connecticut location in Stratford.

Law firm doubles footprint on Church Street

Law firm Murtha Cullina LLP added six attorneys in New Haven in 2018 and has doubled the size of its offices at One Century Tower at 265 Church St.

New Haven revs up tech training to become 'City That Codes'

City officials say they will jump-start plans to rebrand New Haven as “the City That Codes” in the wake of its recognition by the National League of Cities as a leader in innovation.

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