Bruce Mandell (center) and co-partners Joseph Calafiore Jr. (left) and Scott Schooley (right) are making their best pitch to bring professional soccer to Hartford. They also propose to revitalize the city's Dillon Stadium, a South End landmark.

Business owners' passion for soccer, Hartford fuels Dillon Stadium quest

Despite growing up in Newington and West Hartford, Bruce Mandell says Hartford was always where he and his family came for exciting sights, sounds — and sports.

The Knights of Columbus headquarters at  1 Columbus Plaza, New Haven. The Knights are battling a lawsuit by a jilted IT vendor accusing them of membership fraud, breach of contract and other misdeeds.

Knights of Columbus' insurance business enmeshed in bitter contract dispute

The Knights of Columbus are perhaps best known for their colorful plumed hats and the charity work done by their thousands of local councils.

Windsor’s Addison Corporate Center, 175 Addison Road, and other office buildings are rebuilding occupancy.

Greater Hartford’s northern office market struggles to land, keep tenants

Last year was unkind to some of the landlords with office buildings occupying a broad swath of commercial acreage north of Hartford.

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New name, new leader for state’s bioscience association

This past October, when Dawn Hocevar assumed her new role as president and CEO of CURE — Connecticut's membership association of bioscience companies — she brought more than her decades...


After bioscience investment, CT Children's eyes innovation center

Q&A talks with Connecticut Children's Medical Center's Dr. Christine Finck, and President and Chief Operating Officer Gil Peri.

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MidState Arc's Fields aims for client independence, state savings

Pamela Fields is excited by a freedom movement for clients of organizations like hers, which serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Q&A with Peter Grose, Fuss & O'Neill CEO

Peter Grose, president and CEO of Manchester engineering firm Fuss & O'Neill, is on the homestretch of a 39-year career with the company that will culminate with his June retirement.

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