Erica E. Phillips writes about whether people are leaving CT for warmer climates and friendlier tax policy.
‘Pathways to Partnerships’ provides $10 million to strengthen CT and agency collaboration for helping students with disabilities.
One CT organization added a new service aimed at providing financial coaching as families move toward self-sufficiency.
An effort to bolster CT’s early childhood education system is nearing its final stages. But some advocates say the plan isn’t bold enough.
Connecticut is among 17 states joining the Federal Trade Commission in suing Amazon, claiming it illegally maintains monopoly power.
With abortion rights in the hands of states, a new regional group sees itself as a model for reproductive health care advocacy.
Erica E. Phillips writes about CT employers’ difficulty finding workers and looks at sports betting revenue as a leading economic indicator.
A Connecticut Business and Industry Association survey shows members are optimistic about the CT’s fiscal direction, a change from the 2010s.
Erica E. Phillips writes about CT’s recreational cannabis market and converting old buildings into new housing.
A report attributed much of CT’s lackluster economic performance to high costs of living — particularly housing and child care expenses.
The presentations from cannabis startups were the culmination of a 10-month, $1 million state-sponsored accelerator program.
Yale President Peter Salovey, who oversaw a doubling of the university’s endowment, said he was ready to return to teaching and research.
Labor advocates have long supported expanding overtime eligibility, but CT businesses say the change could hurt their bottom line.
Erica E. Phillips writes about the U.S. economy’s ups and downs since the COVID-19 pandemic began — and community events like state fairs.
DECD grants go toward 2,300 new housing units and 300,000 square feet of commercial space — ‘bringing people to those downtowns.’