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Tesla once again lobbying for direct car sales in CT

Matt Pilon | 1

Electric-vehicle maker Tesla Motors is hoping the third time's a charm in Connecticut.

SS&C acquisitions help fuel 4Q profits

Patricia Daddona |

Windsor financial services software provider SS&C Technologies more than quadrupled its fourth-quarter profits, growth attributed to higher revenues.

Western CT doc group launches telehealth services

John Stearns |

The Western Connecticut Medical Group (WCMG) has launched a telehealth service for existing patients to access healthcare providers on nights and weekends, thanks to a $250,000 donation from a...

Greenwich nonprofit grants $2M to fight Lyme disease

John Stearns |

Greenwich-based Global Lyme Alliance (GLA), a private nonprofit dedicated to curing Lyme disease through research and education, said it is awarding about $2 million in grants to top U.S. researchers...

New Haven tech startup raises $1.5M for patient billing software

John Stearns |

New Haven-based Inbox Health, a startup focused on patient billing and payments, has raised $1.5 million to help accelerate its sales and marketing efforts, and expand its research and development...

CI invests $12.2M in last quarter of 2016

Patricia Daddona |

The state's quasi-public venture arm Connecticut Innovations said it invested $12.2 million in 31 companies during the final three months of 2016, deal flow that was down from the year-ago period.

Trinity Health-New England to save $400K on green efforts

John Stearns |

Hartford-based Trinity Health–New England is replacing more than 9,000 light fixtures at three of its five hospitals -- St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and Mount Sinai Rehabilitation...

Bioscience sector eyes 'biobank' collaboration

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut has committed roughly $500 million to bioscience under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, incentivizing Jackson Lab to come to Farmington and setting up a $200 million research fund that has...

Proposal aims to crack down on state incentive deals

Matt Pilon |

As Connecticut braces for what could be the loss of another corporate headquarters to Boston, one lawmaker has dredged up an idea, last attempted 25 years ago, to create a multi-state compact barring...

Q&A: Bioscience exec aims to boost UConn's startup backlog

Q&A talks with Dr. Mostafa Analoui, a life sciences entrepreneur and investment banker, who recently became executive director of venture development at UConn.

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