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CT's vineyard vines to open Westfarms mall storefront

Patricia Daddona |

Stamford-based vineyard vines will open at the Westfarms Mall in Farmington this fall.

BigMouth's Carpenito eyes $100M in fun business

John Stearns |

The pool float designed like a frosted sprinkle doughnut with a bite out of it, the strawberry-shaped beach blanket, full-bottle wine glasses with clever inscriptions, a dog water dish that looks...

Tesla direct-sale proposal unfair to auto manufacturers

Amy Brink | 4

Decades ago, states across America passed a series of laws requiring the sale of motor vehicles through independent franchised car dealers, thereby making direct sale by manufacturers illegal.

CT: Online retailers must remit sales taxes

Gregory Seay |

The Connecticut tax collector's latest reminder to online and out-of-state retailers about their responsibility for collecting and remitting sales taxes on consumer purchases also comes with a threat...

The losing race against Tesla

Bruce Redman Becker and Jules Benton Becker |

Nationwide protests have erupted over the way in which corporate money, revolving-door lobbyists, and fake news are undermining our democracy in Washington. But Connecticut residents need not look...

CT's Walmart workers get bonuses amid push for higher wages

Patricia Daddona |

Amidst growing pressure to pay employees higher wages, retail giant Walmart on Monday announced that its Connecticut workers are sharing in more than $1 million in cash bonuses, like their colleagues...

Car business drives Pimentel's career success

John Stearns |

Job Pimentel began selling cars 31 years ago and never looked in the rearview mirror.

Stanley closes $900M Craftsman deal

Gregory Seay |

New Britain's Stanley Black & Decker has finalized its approximately $900 million cash purchase of the Craftsman tool brand from Sears Holdings.

S.Windsor ticket seller promotes greenhouse gas reduction

Patricia Daddona |

South Windsor-based Ticket Liquidator, which sells live entertainment tickets online, is teaming up with eco-friendly online shopping portal UCapture to ensure a portion of each ticket sale funds...

W. Htfd., Clinton boutiques closing as part of nationwide realignment

Patricia Daddona |

Northbrook, Ill.-based Hilco Merchant Resources announced that it will close 118 of its BCBG MAX AZRIA women's clothing boutiques, including locations in West Hartford and Clinton.

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