Dan Schwartz, a partner at Hartford law firm Shipman & Goodwin, he talks to employment law colleagues about corporate clients' recent interest in training for sexual harassment prevention.

Amid growing scandals, more companies prioritize sexual harassment training

Training to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace often takes a back seat to other priorities, employment lawyers say, but the explosion of harassment claims against celebrities, politicians and...

Paul Pescatello, executive director of the Connecticut Bioscience Growth Council, says the industry is grateful for a new tax-credit program allowing firms to cash in R&D tax credits.

Connecticut 's new stranded tax credit program aims to unleash investment

In 2014, Connecticut agreed to let United Technologies Corp. use up to $400 million in “stranded” research and development tax credits to keep and expand the presence of its Pratt &...

Green Bank CEO Bryan Garcia and his team are grappling with a major funding cut. Their plan includes reducing staff and expenses and shifting the organization's strategic direction while trying to maintain its clean-energy mission.

Financially wounded, pioneering CT Green Bank has a path forward

Facing the biggest financial threat in its six-year existence, the Connecticut Green Bank will reduce staff, trim deal volumes and pursue new revenue streams to keep itself and its mission alive.

CT Airport Authority Executive Director Kevin Dillon said CAA is considering outsourcing operations at three of its general aviation airports.

CT Airport Authority eyeing private operator for three airports to cut costs

The Connecticut Airport Authority is considering outsourcing operations of three of its five general aviation airports in an attempt to save money and narrow multimillion-dollar losses on the...

This week's focus

Accounting industry deals with tax overhaul, talent shortage

Q&A talks with Bonnie Stewart, executive director of the Connecticut Society of CPAs, on the impact of federal tax reform and other issues impacting the accounting industry.

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Q&A with CBIA Chair Mary Kay Fenton

Mary Kay Fenton, CFO at New Haven-based Achillion Pharmaceuticals, a company focused on developing drugs to help people with serious diseases, is stepping in as chair of the Connecticut Business &...

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