Bender showroom latest gem in growth plan

In a home-improvement industry dominated by big-box chain retailers, family-owned Bender of New Haven issues a declaration of independence.

Quinnipiac attains workplace 'greatness'

Quinnipiac University has been named a “Great College To Work For” by the Chronicle of Higher Education, a trade publication for colleges and universities.

Women's Hall of Fame names new trustees

The Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame in New Haven, which honors the achievements of women and girls, has named seven new members to its Board of Trustees.


Harbor Yard Amphitheater breaks ground (finally)

Construction finally began yesterday on the Harbor Yard Amphitheater in Bridgeport — two months behind schedule.

Pepe's pizza sinks in Ocean State

Frank Pepe's tomato pies panned in land of clear-broth chowder

Streamline Roofing buys Stratford building

Streamline Roofing Services, LLC has purchased an industrial property located at 1410 Stratford Avenue in Stratford for $375,000.

Residential R.E. in state continues slow recovery

Connecticut's housing sector posted mixed results in calendar year 2017, reflecting the state's tepid economic recovery.

Report: Elm City safest on East Coast for cyclists

New Haven has been named the 10th safest city in the U.S. for cyclists, the only East Coast city to make the Top 10.

Post names Bauer new dean of business school

Waterbury's Post University has named Jeremi Bauer dean of its Malcolm Baldrige School of Business.

East Haven's Nexgen partners with voice-to-text giant Nuance

An East Haven firm that provides computer-aided dispatch and records management technology for most of Connecticut's law enforcement agencies will soon add voice recognition to its product line.

Q & A with Charlie O'Connell, founder, GlucoseZone

New Haven Biz interviews Charlie O'Connell of GlucoseZone, a New Haven-based digital health program that assists diabetic clients.

Malloy requests storm disaster aid for New Haven, Fairfield counties

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking the federal government to reimburse cities, towns and homeowners for some cleanup costs from recent severe storms and tornadoes.

WorldTek merges with NYC firm, acquires LI company

NYC-based events management firm Fourth Wall Events has merged with WorldTek Events, a company with New Haven roots and an office in Glastonbury.

Edible Arrangements founder Farid leaving CEO post

Edible Arrangements founder and longtime CEO Tariq Farid will give up his day-to-day duties in favor of a successor from outside the company.

New CT internet provider starts connecting New Haven customers

GoNetspeed says it has begun connecting customers in Connecticut, including the New Haven region, to its fiber-optic broadband network.

Orange bank manager charged with $850K embezzlement

A former Webster Bank manager was arrested Tuesday for allegedly embezzling more than $850,000 from the Orange branch office where he worked, prosecutors say.

Report: New Haven among '50 Worst Cities To Live In'

New Haven and another Connecticut metro area have landed on a list of the “50 Worst Cities to Live In,” released by the financial news and commentary website 24/7 Wall Street.

Taco Bell, with a bar, to open in downtown NH

Cantina Hospitality, a Greenwich-based Taco Bell and Applebee's franchisee, has signed a 10-year lease at 956 Chapel St. to open New England's first Taco Bell Cantina.

Q & A with Lizzy Donius, director, Westville Village Renaissance Alliance

New Haven Biz speaks with Lizzy Donius, executive director of the Westville Village Renaissance Alliance, a non-profit that works to promote economic development and historic preservation at the foot...

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