KPMG to create 110 jobs in new Stamford office

Accounting firm KPMG LLP, one of the world's four biggest auditors, is adding 110 jobs to a new Stamford office with the help of a $3 million state loan, the governor announced Monday.
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Government & Politics

CT joins lawsuit vs. Trump tax breaks

Connecticut has joined a lawsuit aimed at curtailing federal tax cuts that state officials say award “massive handouts” to the nation's wealthiest 1 percent.
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Economic Development

After HBJ inquiry, W. Locks pulls plug on $200M mega-sports complex

The chief elected official in Windsor Locks said Monday afternoon that the town has suspended negotiations with the developer of a proposed $200 million sports complex, after the Hartford Business...
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Print Edition | Government & Politics

Kyriacou prepares last act as Gaylord Specialty Healthcare's CEO

George Kyriacou, who is retiring in December as president and CEO of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, says his current job has served as the pinnacle of a long career in health care.
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Print Edition | Health Care & Insurance

CT scientists want pain research to finally get its due, and funding

Medical science is a noble calling, but it's often extremely competitive, and the next batch of research funding is always top of mind.