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Stanley's Craftsman tools to be sold in Lowe's next year

John Stearns |

New Britain-based Stanley Black & Decker said this week it will begin selling its Craftsman tools in Lowe's stores in the second half of 2018.

E. Hartford mall work starts Thur.

Gregory Seay |

Ground will be broken Thursday in East Hartford for a $105 million outlet-mall development in the shadow of Pratt & Whitney Co.

Amazon will let delivery people inside your house

CNNMoney |

Alexa, is it a good idea to let strangers into my house?

Southington is Fazoli's first CT site

Gregory Seay |

Kentucky Italian restaurant chain Fazoli's is opening Tuesday its first Connecticut location in Southington.

Target will offer free shipping for holidays

CNNMoney |

Target has a plan to draw in holiday shoppers: free shipping and a slew of gifts under $15.

Greater Hartford boldly pitches assets in Amazon HQ2 bid

Patricia Daddona |

Greater Hartford's competitive bid for Amazon's second headquarters touts its value as an affordable, talent-filled transportation hub that boasts both a sustainability plan and nearby international...

East Hartford outlets Nov. 2018 opening planned

Patricia Daddona |

The developer of the Outlet Shoppes at Rentschler Field in East Hartford has set Nov. 2018 as the opening date for the $105 million project.

Sales pitches that turn away customers

John Graham |

Sales pitches are shortcuts that save time and don't require thinking. They're the stock-in-trade of salespeople, rolling off the tongue easily and unconsciously. They once worked well with...

Tax breaks OK'd for Rentschler Field shopping outlets

Patricia Daddona |

The Outlet Shoppes at Rentschler Field project is moving a step closer now that the East Hartford town council has approved up to $16.9 million in tax breaks for the developer.

As meat industry faces challenges, online sales give Martin Rosol's national appeal

Scott Whipple Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Martin Rosol's President Sarah Rosol recalls a loyal customer who made weekly meat runs from South Carolina to Connecticut. After he and his wife moved from New Britain he complained to friends that...

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