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Print Edition | Government & Politics

An 'issues junky,' AG George Jepsen reflects on his tenure as he ponders his next act

Viewed as a fair attorney general by the business community, George Jepsen reflects on his two terms in office as he ponders his next act.
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Print Edition | Economy & Labor

Connecticut, cautiously, weighs potential for modern electric grid

Connecticut is grappling with how to plan for and implement a more modern -- or "smart" -- electric grid. There's a lot at stake for businesses that are major electricity consumers.
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Print Edition | Energy & Utilities

A spotlight on corporate giving and nonprofits

Read about the winners of Hartford Business Journal's inaugural community giving awards, which spotlight philanthropic and nonprofit efforts.
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Print Edition | Health Care & Insurance

Insurers unite to help 'seed' Hartford's financial reboot

When insurers Aetna, The Hartford and Travelers Cos. paid a combined $10 million to the city of Hartford this summer, they were making good on a March 2017 pledge to help the city regain its...
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SJW victorious in $1.1B CT Water acquisition battle

After a contentious, months-long battle among corporate suitors, Connecticut Water Service shareholders on Friday overwhelmingly approved a $1.1 billion stock purchase deal with California’s...