Dow cruises past 23,000 for the first time

The Dow has rocketed through yet another milestone -- 23,000.

CT ranks 44th in U.S. tax climate ranking

Connecticut has dropped a rung on the latest business tax climate ladder, according to an assessment from the conservative Tax Foundation.

UnitedHealth's 3Q profits up 26% on strength of drug benefits biz

UnitedHealth Group Inc., which has major operations in Hartford, reported a third quarter profit increase of 26 percent, strengthened by its pharmacy benefit management business.

Hartford's $40M Willow Creek apartment development now under way

Developers and the city of Hartford broke ground Monday at Willow Creek, a mixed-income residential community that will replace a 1950s-era public housing complex called Chester A. Bowles Park.

New Britain transit-oriented development breaks ground

The city of New Britain and developers are breaking ground Wednesday on a $58 million mixed-use development located downtown near a CTfastrak bus station.

Airbus buys majority of embattled Canadian jetliner program

Airbus on Monday announced it was acquiring a majority stake in rival Bombardier's embattled C Series airliner program, reshaping the landscape in the transatlantic battle against plane maker Boeing.

Malloy's budget plan maintains tourism marketing funds

The state's economic development office would keep most of the funding proposed in a previous Democratic spending plan as part of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's newly released $37 billion budget proposal.

Mass. lender pair finalize merger

Massachusetts lender Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc., with regional operations in Hartford, has finalized its $209 million buyout of Worcester's Commerce Bancshares Corp.

Malloy counters with 'lean, no-frills, no-nonsense' budget

In a bid to end Connecticut's budget stalemate and persuade legislators to abandon a legally questionable deferral of contributions to the state's underfunded pension system, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy unveiled his fourth budget...

Upcoming pickleball tourney expected to boost regional economy

A regional pickleball tourney scheduled for Oct. 26-29 in Hartford will boost visitation and spending in the area, according to state authorities.