Q&A with John DeStefano Jr., executive vice president, Start Community Bank, New Haven

As executive vice president at Start Community Bank, former New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. has a vision for a locally owned and managed community financial institution.

New pharmacy checks its meds

Valisure, a New Haven startup that launched earlier this month, is the first-ever pharmacy that says it verifies each and every batch of medicine it dispenses.

New Haven Biz magazine marks launch

New Haven Biz celebrated the launch of its new print magazine last night with an event at Roža restaurant in downtown New Haven.


Yale banks on cryptocurrency funds

The Yale Investments Office has joined a small but growing roster of institutional investors that are bullish on cryptocurrency funds.

Murtha's McDermott named to energy panel

Murtha Cullina LLP Partner Bruce McDermott has been appointed to a five-year term on the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board.

Niantic boat dealer, marina sold

Boats Incorporated, a Niantic boat dealership and marina, has been sold to an investor group headed by Scott Leahy.

Biotech pioneer Steitz remembered

Nobel-winning chemist Thomas Steitz, who helped found a New Haven biotech company, died Oct. 9 at his Branford home from pancreatic cancer.

Initiative targets 'underbanked'

Mayor Toni N. Harp and representatives of four major banks were on hand for the kickoff of the Bank On New Haven Coalition event this morning at Farnam Community Center.

Perkins law firm expands to New London

Woodbridge-based Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers plans to open a fifth location in New London County next month.

East Rock Brewing pops cap on beer hall

East Rock Brewing's long-awaited beer hall opens for business at 3 p.m on Thursday at 285 Nicoll Street.

CT Tech Council CEO Carlson to resign

Bruce Carlson, CEO and president of the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC), has informed its board of directors he will step down from his post at year-end.

More than half of CT health-care systems in the black in 2017

Nine of the 16 health systems in Connecticut ended 2017 in the black, according to a report by the state Office of Health Strategy.

Mercatus: CT nearly last in fiscal health

Connecticut is financially in disarray, ranking nearly last in the nation in fiscal health, according to a new report.

Tennis tourney cuts back as sponsor search intensifies

Without a “title sponsor” willing to make a commitment to the Connecticut Open, the women's tennis tournament faces an uncertain future.

R.I. uniform co. to Milford's Furniture Row

R.I.-based Falvey Linen Supply & Uniform Rental Co. has leased 18,546 square feet of industrial space in 135 Furniture Row, Milford.

New Haven Biz magazine debuts

This week marks the premier print issue of New Haven Biz magazine, a glossy publication featuring in-depth business news, interviews, profiles, photos and content pertaining to the business community

Wallingford manufacturer pierces international tattoo market

Third-generation Wallingford manufacturer Maria J. Pinto has expanded overseas her line of precision needles for tattooing, body-piercing and medical applications to overseas markets.

Q&A with Sarah Lubarsky, executive director for the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame

Sarah Lubarsky, executive director for the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame, speaks about the hall's support of women's history lessons in school and for business events across the state.

Democrat businessman Lamont seeks tradeoffs with CT employers

As a wealthy entrepreneur who built and ran a telecom business for some three decades, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont says he has a deep understanding of the needs and desires of...

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