CT eyes Hurlburt as next AG commish

Tolland's Bryan Hurlburt, an ex-state lawmaker who supports commercial hemp legislation, is the governor's nominee to head the state Agriculture Department, authorities say.

Tickets available for HBJ’s inaugural Tax Reform Summit

Tickets are now available for Hartford Business Journal’s first-ever Tax Reform Summit in downtown Hartford on Wednesday, April 24.

CI makes initial $500K investment in VentureClash winner

The state's venture capital arm, Connecticut Innovations (CI), has completed its initial $500,000 equity investment to the winner of last year's VentureClash pitch competition, officials said.

Feds award CT $5.8M to expand opioid treatment

Connecticut is set to receive another $5.8 million grant from the federal government to expand access to opioid treatment and recovery services, according to state officials.

Farmington's Horizon Tech eyes $24M capital raise

Farmington's Horizon Technology Finance Corp. is publicly offering 2 million common shares to gross $24.3 million in new capital to fund operations and investments and pay down debt.

NASA considers sidelining its Boeing-built rocket for an upcoming Moon mission

In the face of more frustrating delays with the rocket Boeing is building for NASA, the space agency will decide how to launch an upcoming Moon mission.

Most of America's coal plants are more expensive to run than wind and solar

The simple laws of economics threaten to doom America's remaining coal power plants.

NTE Energy delivered on promises in North Carolina city

To the editor: Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tony Sheridan is correct when he writes (“Killingly Energy Center a boon to clean energy, economic development”) that the proposed...

Philanthropy: The values exchange that builds community

It's that time of year again … tax season. And in preparation, you gather the documentation of your charitable contributions.

Understanding your strategic landscape

For many of us, the strategic-planning process is akin to a “black hole.” Meetings occur, and at the end, magic happens and a three-ring binder is crafted or, worse yet, a plan is never formalized and stays in...