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Malloy reluctantly signs tax break for bioscience investors

Joe Cooper |

With reluctance, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Thursday inked legislation that provides a tax break for bioscience investors.

Pellerin helps change United Way's IT culture

Wendy Pierman Mitzel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Leo Pellerin, chief information officer of United Way of Connecticut Inc. (UWC), makes the phones work, literally.

Paygilant advances in VentureClash '18

Gregory Seay |

Paygilant, an Israeli startup that provides fraud protection for mobile payments, has advanced to the next round of Connecticut Innovations' $5 million VentureClash 2018 challenge.

Shifting habits, technology, stagnant economy diminish CT's financial-services jobs

Gregory Seay |

Shifting consumer habits, technology and a stagnant state economy are curtailing jobs in Connecticut's crucial financial-services sector.

Cromwell life sciences firm inks distribution deal

Matt Pilon |

Cromwell's Biological Industries, a developer and distributor of cell culture media used to grow human and animal cells, said it has added to its offerings through a new distribution partnership with...

Horizon Tech sets $300M investment pool

Gregory Seay |

Farmington's Horizon Technology Finance Corp., a New York City liquidity investor and an unnamed insurer are pooling as much as $300 million to diversify Horizon's existing stakes in venture startup...

Bloomfield's Kaman taps $69M fuze order

Joe Cooper |

Kaman Aerospace Group Inc., a division of Bloomfield-based Kaman Corp., has received its first order of bomb fuzes under a current $324 million contract from the U.S. Air Force.

SS&C completes purchase of fund administration business

Joe Cooper |

Windsor financial-software and services vendor SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. announced it recently completed another acquisition that will add 65 employees to its ranks.

From Hartford, HALO’s solution for power-thirsty gadgets finds worldwide customer base

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford-based developers of portable chargers for electronic devices have found a worldwide customer base.

As traditional audience ages, Greater Hartford arts venues vie for Millennial business

Joe Cooper |

Performing-arts institutions are in a race against time trying to pursue the affection of a Millennial generation that has never fully engaged live performances infusing drama, music or dance.

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