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Connecticut is poised to offer a “public option” health insurance plan to small businesses and individuals that’s intended to be cheaper than what’s available on the private market.
Max Restaurant Group said Tuesday it will close Max Amore Ristorante in Glastonbury, one of its two restaurants Somerset Square in Glastonbury, on June 30.
Gov. Ned Lamont on Wednesday pledged to veto a paid family and medical leave bill that the state Senate was expected to vote on later in the day.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s goal of completing his first state budget on time could be stymied by his reluctance to order taxes aimed specifically at Connecticut’s wealthiest.
The Hartford Business Journal’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winners represent a diverse class of C-suite executives from the nonprofit, private investment, banking and manufacturing sectors.
Connecticut’s beer industry continues to be a major boon to the state’s economy, according to a new study.
Bloomfield’s Seabury retirement community says it will promote its executive vice president as chief executive following the retirement of CEO Richard C. Heath.
Connecticut’s health insurance industry is again touting its economic impact hoping it will get some policymakers to back off their support of a state-administered public health insurance option.
Two of China's largest airlines have joined a growing list of carriers demanding compensation from Boeing over the grounding of its 737 Max aircraft.
Something is shifting. More and more Democratic politicians are coming out in favor of an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. And all eyes are on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Gov. Ned Lamont conceded Tuesday that the 2019 session of the General Assembly will end June 5 without a vote on highway tolls, recasting his focus for the final weeks to delivering a budget that will provide a reliable fiscal blueprint for Connecticut for the next two years.
Kroger and Walgreens have joined an experimental new project that gives shoppers the opportunity to buy products in reusable packaging.
With a new legal opinion, Attorney General William Tong has given a boost to the long campaign by labor to pass “captive audience” legislation, a measure unions say is needed to protect employees from coercion during organizing drives, but business calls an illegal infringement of management free
Connecticut’s venture capital arm said it will invest up to $1 million in a Canada-based manufacturer of biometric products, which was a 2018 VentureClash competition winner.
Connecticut’s largest business lobby, which has been silent this year on whether it will support implementing highway tolls, announced Monday it does not support tolling as a mechanism to fund major infrastructure investments.
East Hartford’s Goodwin College is looking to train the next generation of insurance agents. The private college last week launched a Property and Casualty Insurance Institute in an effort to prepare students for in-demand jobs within the insurance industry.
A conservative research organization says Connecticut’s impending adoption of a $15 minimum hourly wage could cost the state more than 15,500 jobs.
A Hamden deli owner faces up to five years in prison for cheating on his federal taxes, prosecutors say. Raymond George, 52, pleaded guilty Monday in Bridgeport federal court to one count of tax evasion, the Connecticut U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
Proponents of the ambitious effort to legalize recreational marijuana are exploring a fallback now that it appears they don’t have the votes for passage — placing the issue on the ballot next year in the form of a constitutional amendment.
The retail industry suffered another blow Monday after Dressbarn's parent company announced it was shutting down the clothing chain's operations.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration took a key step Monday to stave off a nursing home strike, endorsing three rates hikes for the industry to be phased in between this July and January 2021.
As the U.S. and its space allies plot their next phases of lunar and deep-space explorations, some of Connecticut’s biggest and smallest aerocomponents makers and other suppliers want more than just to go along for the ride.
United Technologies Corp.’s recent $30 billion Rockwell Collins purchase has pushed the Farmington conglomerate atop Connecticut’s list of Fortune 500 companies.
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