In the July 16, 2018 edition

CT scientists want pain research to finally get its due, and funding

Medical science is a noble calling, but it's often extremely competitive, and the next batch of research funding is always top of...

CT's natural gas expansion plan well behind schedule

The state's ambitious plan to convert hundreds of thousands of Connecticut properties to natural gas heating is well behind...

Legrand bets on internet of things for future growth

Legrand, which has its North American headquarters in West Hartford, is betting big on the internet of things for future growth.

Glastonbury fintech Payrailz readies fall launch of AI-driven personal banking technology

Glastonbury fintech Payrailz is readying the fall launch of its AI-driven personal banking technology.

Patriots Hall of Famer Bruschi speaks at Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford event

New England Patriots Hall of Famer Tedy Bruschi was the guest speaker at The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford's...

Crowe’s Simsbury office participates in day of service

Certified public accounting firm Crowe's Simsbury office recently participated in a day of service initiative by...

United Way Women United raises money at silent auction

United Way Women United raised more than $350,000 at its seventh annual "Power of the Purse" luncheon and...

Companies must commit to worker education programs

"Learning to Succeed: Rethinking Corporate Education in a World of Unrelenting Change" by Jason...

Nor’easters underscore need for greenhouse gas action

New England is no stranger to cold winters or snowstorms, but even the most seasoned residents of the Northeast would be...

CT must break its ‘steady habits’

Connecticut is known as the “Land of Steady Habits” for good reason.

What and who will it take to stop CT’s fall?

Prompted by poses struck by candidates for the Republican nomination for governor, the Hartford Business Journal asked its...

Kyriacou prepares last act as Gaylord Specialty Healthcare's CEO

George Kyriacou, who is retiring in December as president and CEO of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, says his current job has...

AI-driven technology changing banking landscape

Q&A talks with Joseph Gianni, Bank of America's president for the Greater Hartford market, about artificial intelligence and...

State-run retirement plan eyes Jan. launch

There's much to accomplish in the coming months, but overseers of a state-created retirement plan for private-sector employees...