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Print Edition | Manufacturing

While still a rarity, more women are cracking manufacturing ownership, executive ranks

The Bartkowicz sisters, Lillian and Dorothy, bear a rare and distinguished mantle among Connecticut businesses: They are female owner-operators of a Newington manufacturing company in a state that...
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Print Edition | Arts & Culture

As tax reform threatens philanthropic giving, Wadsworth CEO focuses on audience development, donor retention

During his first two years as CEO of the Wadsworth Atheneum, Thomas Loughman says he's been pleased by steady support from corporations and individuals and by the Hartford museum's ability to draw...
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Print Edition | Economy & Labor

Boys & Girls Clubs sharpen focus on college, career readiness

Employers looking for new workers might very well find them coming out of a local Boys & Girls Club in Hartford, or any of the other 4,367 clubs in the U.S.
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Print Edition | Energy & Utilities

CBIA says electricity supplier's 'unethical' practices left business customers with higher energy bills

Virtually all of that hubbub stemmed from the residential market, where some homeowners complained they were shocked by high bills that resulted from variable rates in periods of high demand, such as...
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Government & Politics 1

Sportech, CT Lottery support sports betting amid AG's pushback

Sportech Venues Inc., the operator of 16 parimutuel betting parlors across Connecticut, lobbied lawmakers Thursday to legalize sports betting.