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Print Edition | Construction

Three seasons in, Hartford's $71M ballpark has sparked new energy but not promised development

Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park has found early success drawing plaudits for its design and fan experience. However, it has yet to attain the one goal for which it was built: Economic revival of the...
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Print Edition | Accounting

Meet HBJ's 2019 Women in Business

Think Greater Hartford is short on strong women business leaders? Think again.
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Print Edition | Banking & Finance

Amid hospital-tax debate, frustrated CEO defends his and other healthcare executives' pay

It's not often you'll find well-paid executives comfortable talking about how much they make. Bristol Hospital CEO Kurt Barwis, who's earned upwards of $1 million in annual wages and benefits in...
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Economic Development

A guide for the NCAA men's tournament in Hartford

The XL Center isn't hosting a top seed in this week's NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament in Hartford, but several high-profile teams, including last year's national champion, will be on...
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Real Estate

State House Square’s debt woes return

Downtown Hartford’s State House Square skyscraper is close to defaulting on the balance of its renegotiated $88 million mortgage, two realty debt-trackers say.