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CT CUs unite to woo younger members

America's credit unions, with the oldest dating back to 1913 in Massachusetts, are gracefully aging, right alongside their Baby Boomer members.
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Print Edition | Technology

New UConn medical dean wants more doctors, grants

Dr. Bruce Liang, the new dean of the UConn School of Medicine, has set some lofty goals.
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Print Edition | Banking & Finance

City-workers’ CU builds on grass-roots marketing

The July debut of Hartford Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union's newest branch in Terry Square, in the city's North End, likely was the neighborhood's social-business event of the summer.
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Print Edition | Manufacturing

Quick study Paluch adapts to leadership role

Krystyna “Krys” Paluch proudly shows the modern machinery humming inside her Enfield plant that makes precision aerospace parts, introducing operators and other staff along the way.
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Print Edition | Manufacturing

Companies printing less, but Windsor print business still growing

Joseph La Valla doesn't foresee the Internet, digital media or green initiatives eliminating the print industry. The future for printing is convincing businesses that print still has its purpose and...