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Windsor metals manufacturer expands

Patricia Daddona |

Windsor's Leipold Precision Group has expanded its manufacturing floor in an $8 million project supported by a $3 million loan from Connecticut.

Stanley CEO outlines conditions for keeping companies in CT

Patricia Daddona |

Stanley Black and Decker CEO Jim Loree has publicly issued a call to action to Connecticut leaders intent on keeping companies like his from defecting to other states.

Fla. gov. seeks to lure more CT firms south

Gregory Seay | 3

Florida's appeals to get Connecticut companies to consider relocating south has more to do with this state's heavy regulation, taxation and overhead than the low-interest loans and other incentives...

Hartford's 101-111 Pearl office bldgs. sold

Gregory Seay |

Two of downtown Hartford's last vacant office buildings finally have a new owner who says it's eager to press ahead with a $50 million conversion of both to 258 apartments, its latest...

Brownfield ‘land banks’ a step closer in CT

Gregory Seay |

A second attempt in one year at encouraging municipalities to hasten cleanup of Connecticut's inventory of contaminated commercial-industrial properties is expected to draw the governor's signature...

CT firms at Paris Air Show

Gregory Seay |

Fourteen small Connecticut companies that make or supply aerospace parts will join state economic development officials at the Paris Air Show that begins its six-day run on Monday.

Fla. Gov. Scott visiting CT to poach businesses

Greg Bordonaro | 1

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is visiting Connecticut next week on a poaching expedition, but he won't be hunting wild game.

Casino slot revenues continue to slide

Patricia Daddona | 1

The state's two casinos saw slot revenues decline in May as they continue to face a bumpy 2017.

Cigna takes stake in Calif. behavioral medicine firm

Patricia Daddona |

Bloomfield health insurer Cigna is the lead investor in a $50 million fundraising round for a San Francisco-based digital behavioral medicine company, the companies announced Wednesday.

Mohegans play host to tribes, Interior secretary at pivotal time

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, the face of a Trump administration whose approach to the federal budget and its oversight of Indian country is skeptically viewed by many tribes, was welcomed in...

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