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CT's craft brewers stoke state economy

Patricia Daddona |

The number of active craft breweries in Connecticut has tripled over the past five years, while nearly 40 new outlets are being planned, according to the Brewers Association.

Boston PE firm acquires E. Berlin manufacturer

Boston private equity firm Artemis Capital Partners has acquired a majority stake in East Berlin polymers maker StanChem for an undisclosed sum, the companies said.

Eight Hartford area firms make Marcum Tech Top 40

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford County is home to eight companies listed Thursday in the 2017 Marcum Tech Top 40, while Fairfield County came away with 20.

Four Hartford area fast-growing firms make Inc. 5000 list

Patricia Daddona |

West Hartford's SCIO Health Analytics is one of four Greater Hartford firms named to Inc.'s 2017 list of the fastest 5,000 growing companies in the U.S.

CT 17th in U.S. for growth of middle-market firms

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut is ranked 17th in the nation for middle market company growth, according to the latest Middle Market Power Index.

Report: Hartford office market gaining momentum

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford's office market vacancy rate is at a 10-year low and gaining momentum, and the departure of Aetna's headquarters is not expected to disrupt progress significantly, according to a new report.

In CT's battle with feds over rail, a new front in Fairfield County


Fresh off a recent victory in southeastern Connecticut, activists and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal have begun organizing opposition to a second federally proposed rail segment. This time, the fight...

Rebranded Hebrew Senior Care emerges from bankruptcy

Gregory Seay |

West Hartford's Hebrew HealthCare has emerged from bankruptcy with a revamped business model, balance sheet and a new name -- Hebrew Senior Care Specialized Health & Living Services.

Hartford stadium named 'Ballpark of Year'

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Dunkin' Donuts Park in Hartford has been named “Ballpark of the Year” by, a frequent contributor to USA TODAY.

GE delays new Boston HQ opening

Patricia Daddona |

General Electric said Thursday it is delaying construction of its new Boston headquarters in an effort to trim costs on its corporate relocation to the Bay State.

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