Oak HC/FT invested in Sema4 two months after the Lamont administration signed a $17.2 million contract with Sema4.
The top executive as Connecticut’s quasi-public economic development agency, Claire Leonardi, will step down next month, the board of directors for Connecticut Innovations announced Thursday.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s campaign platform on jobs and economic development was on full display Thursday during Hartford business forum.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday named Michael Cantor of West Hartford, a prominent patent attorney, as chairman of Connecticut Innovations, the quasi-public agency that manages a revolving fund that invests in high-tech companies.