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CEOs: Workplace culture key to wooing Millennials

Matt Pilon |

What's most important to Millennial workers? Three Connecticut small business executives said recently that salary is further down the list than you might think.

Report: Hartford entrepreneurs third oldest in U.S.

Joe Cooper |

Greater Hartford's aging population is evident in many ways, including in its corps of business owners.

Deadline nears to nominate for HBJ’s Family Business Awards

Joe Cooper |

The deadline to nominate companies for Hartford Business Journal's Family Business Awards is Aug. 16.

Greater Hartford's roster of coworking locations expands

Gregory Seay |

Greater Hartford's roster of coworking locations is expanding. Find out where and why.

Policymakers wrongly targeting small business truckers

Joseph R. Sculley |

Small business trucking companies have so much money, it's like they are sitting on piles of cash and they don't know what to do with it.

New pay-equity law aims to close CT's gender wage gap

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

A new pay-equity law aims to close Connecticut's gender wage gap, but not everyone is convinced it will be effective.

Hawkins helps small business dreams come true

Wendy Pierman Mitzel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

It may be the lovely view of Bushnell Park outside her window; surely it's the people who walk in and out of HEDCO's downtown Hartford headquarters on Lewis Street who inspire Vice President and...

Malloy vetoes bill expanding apprenticeship tax credit

Joe Cooper |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday refused for a second time to extend Connecticut's manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit.

Hartford nonprofit nets $850K to fund biz loans, grants

Joe Cooper |

A Wells Fargo & Co.-administered small business program that aims to spur minority business growth has awarded $850,000 in funding to the Hartford Community Loan Fund (HCLF).

$81M OK'd to retain, add CT jobs

Gregory Seay |

Several Hartford area manufacturers and vendors are among 16 employers who will collect $80.7 million in previously pledged state assistance to retain or add nearly 19,000 jobs, the governor says.

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