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The Newington Planning and Zoning Commission has approved regulations to allow for a Blue Back Square-type development near the site of a proposed train station on Cedar Street.
If the Affordable Care Act is abolished as the result of a legal battle over the health care law, not only will more than 300,000 state residents lose coverage, but a majority of those in Connecticut could be affected.
The state’s budget office is projecting a $126.1 million surplus for the fiscal year that began July 1, but that figure is almost certain to change in the months ahead. For one, changes in the economy, spending patterns and other factors will impact the forecast.
A unit of the U.S. Justice Department responsible for protecting market competition is requesting additional information from United Technologies Corp.
A Meriden broker-dealer that provides investment, insurance and wealth management services said it’s added three banks to its client roster.
Glastonbury digital-payments vendor Payrailz has formalized its relationship with an entity both say should boost Payrailz’s efforts to expand its online- and smartphone-payment options to credit-union customers.
Mismanagement at the Connecticut Port Authority has damaged the reputations of key players and undermined legislative confidence in the young quasi-public agency at a key juncture, but state auditors testified at a public hearing Tuesday the financial costs to the state appear to be limited.
Automotive-glass vendor Safelite Group has acquired family-run, Massachusetts rival TruRoad -- both of whom have facilities and operations in Connecticut
Women’s clothing retailer Avenue Stores LLC has announced plans to shut down all of its 222 locations, including five in Connecticut.
East Hartford jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney is expanding its footprint in Latin America, announcing this week it plans to build a new overhaul facility in Brazil.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center (CCMC) says it’s broken ground on the state’s first pediatric outpatient dialysis center.
Western Pennsylvania paint-coatings giant PPG Group says it purchased Wallingford’s Dexmet Corp., a manufacturer of metal products and polymers for aerospace and industrial applications.
International courier DHL Express says a recent $4 million expansion of its West Hartford package-sorting depot enables it to more efficiently respond to growing regional demand for quick-delivery of business and consumer goods ordered online.
Whether it’s paid family leave or a minimum-wage increase, Connecticut’s legislature has recently taken great interest in labor issues, which are Matthew Curtin’s forte.
If the arts-and-culture community was hoping for a financial boost under the Lamont administration, their hopes were dashed at the end of the most recent legislative session.
Health insurance policies with increasingly high deductibles have become the norm in Connecticut, and now, a top Democratic state lawmaker and his allies are taking aim at restricting or potentially even eliminating them.
One of the region's largest employers is getting a new CEO. Hartford HealthCare's Jeffrey Flaks airs his plans for the nonprofit health system.
As downtown Hartford’s commercial real estate continues to undergo its greatest transformation in generations, one home-grown developer/landlord is staying out of the way of the mostly out-of-market investors and their money who are leading the transition.
In the four years since buying Connecticut’s tallest skyscraper, Boston investor/landlord Paradigm LLC has patiently but intently built up occupancy at CityPlace I in downtown Hartford.
The impending merger between Liberty Bank and Simsbury Bank has stoked their peers’ interest in a way not seen in years, if ever.
At least four parking spots available in high-traffic areas at all times. A downtown bus nexus rarely choked off by traffic congestion. That’s how Hartford Parking Authority (HPA) chief executive Armindo “Mingo” Gomes sees the future of parking in downtown Hartford.
The summer is often a time for light reading, preferably on a sandy beach away from the hustle and bustle of work life.
Former Secretary of Defense Don Rumsfeld was famous for posing this supposition at a Defense Department briefing:
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