39% of Connecticut’s construction workers have a family member enrolled in at least one of the largest social safety-net programs.
A study is underway to evaluate whether Connecticut should keep rolling out the red carpet for a fleeting industry.
While Connecticut’s labor market is improving, economists say the state needs to help sectors that provide steadier, higher-paying jobs.
The list of companies that Annie Lamont’s firm invests in includes many in health care and financial technology.
There is a growing digital divide among Connecticut businesses, and as internet speeds accelerate, small businesses could get left behind.
The CSCU system will offer a program in cloud computing developed by Amazon and tailored to the tech giant’s technology.
Connecticut began an experimental workforce development program Monday to teach skills necessary for remote work.
The COVID recession hit Connecticut’s economy harder than much of the rest of the nation, according to a new report.
With many other states offering incentives, Connecticut’s relatively late arrival to the data center race struck some observers as odd.
Tweed New Haven Airport could be poised for a comeback, but the airport is also facing new financial risks.
Projections show Connecticut, by year’s end, will have regained 72% of the 26,225 hotel jobs it lost during the pandemic.
One postwar planning mistake was situating highways so they blocked cities from their waterfronts, as happened in Hartford and Middletown.
Deal between the city and Tweed includes a longer runway, new terminal, and keeping “New Haven” in the airport’s name.
Some ocean users have concerns about offshore steel turbines, especially commercial fishing, which is a multimillion-dollar industry in New England.
Philip Morris International, the Big Tobacco icon struggling to reinvent itself as a purveyor of e-cigarettes, is moving to Connecticut.