A Delaware judge is weighing competing claims by the insurers whose failed merger turned into a messy divorce.
Stories about business growth in Connecticut across industries including health care, child care, manufacturing and film.
Lamont: Infosys is ‘doubling commitment’ to Hartford
The information technology firm already has pledged to create 1,000 new jobs in the Hartford area.
New Haven takes a quantum leap
The quest to develop the supercomputers of the future is now taking place in part at a lab in New Haven.
CT economy poised for strong growth in 2019
Connecticut’s economy and the nation’s are poised for strong growth in 2019, though both are at risk of recession by 2020, economic experts warned hundreds of business leaders Friday.
Lamont urged to consider tolls for all drivers, not just truckers
A policy group appointed by Gov-elect Ned Lamont’s transition team recommended Wednesday that he set aside a campaign pledge and seek electronic tolling on all vehicles and higher gasoline taxes to fund critical transportation improvements.
Malloy defends his legacy on jobs growth and borrowing
In an impromptu valedictory address on his economic and fiscal policies, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy defended his economic record and use of state borrowing Tuesday, saying public investments drove private-sector job growth to new heights, improved Connecticut’s municipal schools and public universities, and strengthened its cities.
Infosys opens in Hartford, crediting Malloy and Lamont
Infosys, a global information technology company in the midst of a U.S. expansion, formally opened its new technology-and-innovation hub in downtown Hartford on Wednesday, affording Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Gov.-elect Ned Lamont a chance to take a bow for their roles in landing the company.
Lawmakers press economic development officials for more details on incentives
Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Catherine Smith said her agency is continuing to upgrade its reporting, but also is hamstrung by fiscal limitations and by a lack of information-sharing requirements throughout state government.
Malloy defends investment record at penultimate Bond Commission meeting
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, keenly aware of the unwelcome role his record is playing in the campaign to succeed him, spent one of his final State Bond Commission meetings Thursday defending state borrowing made during his tenure to promote economic development statewide and help Connecticut’s struggling capital city.
Malloy keeps up the pressure for transportation rebuild — and tolls
Undaunted by a lack of interest from state legislators and most gubernatorial candidates, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy continues to try to keep Connecticut focused on rebuilding its aging, overcrowded transportation system.
GOP gubernatorial candidates find common ground again and again
The five Republicans battling for the gubernatorial nomination had a tough time separating themselves Monday during a debate at the University of Fairfield.
JAX Labs surpasses 10-year goals in under six years
FARMINGTON- State officials announced Tuesday they are forgiving a $165.9 million loan to Jackson Laboratory (JAX) because it has surpassed its 10 year goals for employment just four years after opening its doors on the UConn Health campus.
Malloy does what legislators won’t: Orders $10 million study of tolling
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy ordered state agencies Tuesday to develop a comprehensive, $10 million study of electronic tolling that would examine pricing, locations, and the potential to capture revenue from out-of-state motorists.
Boughton sketches path to CT income tax repeal
Republican gubernatorial contender Mark Boughton upped the ante Monday in his plan to phase out the state income tax, pledging more than $380 million in taxpayer relief in his first two-year budget.
Navy picks EB for maintenance work on USS Indiana
WASHINGTON – Rep. Joe.Courtney on Friday said the Navy’s decision to bring the USS Indiana for maintenance at Electric Boat will save as many as 300 jobs at the shipyard.