A state panel tasked with revitalizing CT’s poor urban centers is recommending financing for dozens of development projects in 12 communities.
The gubernatorial candidates aligned on challenges facing businesses but have different ideas for solving them.
The gap between job growth in Connecticut and national job recovery since the pandemic recession is expected to widen, a think tank found.
Connecticut’s advanced manufacturers need more workers as they expand. Training programs are available, but Gen Z is hesitant.
Nationwide, July marked the full recovery of all jobs lost during the pandemic, nearly 2 1/2 years after it began. CT isn’t there yet.
The CareerConneCT program will offer training for jobs in manufacturing, health care, IT and other fields as well as support services.
CT’s Office of Workforce Strategy will put the funds toward training 2,000 people for jobs in health care, IT, manufacturing and biomedicine.
The CT Small Business Boost Fund will offer loans of up to $500,000 to businesses and nonprofits in underserved communities.
The Trinity Health-owned hospital in Stafford joins several other rural CT hospitals in seeking to cut back on maternity and other services.
A new report estimates that child care centers in Connecticut are serving 24,000 fewer children than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Site selection consultants say a company’s perspectives on environmental, social and governance factor into location decisions.
Seabury Maritime provided more than $3,000 in gifts to port authority officials and to one of their spouses.
Cannabis entrepreneurs, customers and communities are increasingly concerned about equity — whether there really is room for everyone.
After the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, CT calls on businesses to “relocate to a state that supports the rights of women.”
CT needs 3,000 new nurses a year, and only 2,000 graduate — and many of them leave the state. Worsening matters is a shortage of instructors.