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State reveals new plan to bridge CT's manufacturing workforce gaps

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's public college and university system on Friday launched a new advanced manufacturing workforce development program aimed at filling the industry's job gaps.

How Amazon blew its chance in New York

CNN BUSINESS |

The deal was supposed to be foolproof. Amazon put two years and untold amounts of staff time and money into negotiating with New York to save about $3 billion on a new campus in one of America's most...

SS&C's 4Q net slips, sales double

Gregory Seay |

Windsor fintech provider SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. posted lower fourth-quarter despite more than doubling revenues in the period.

Progressives ready to battle Connecticut's rich over taxes

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT Mirror |

A major liberal block in the House of Representatives unveiled a series of tax proposals Thursday that could put them at odds with Gov. Ned Lamont and other of their fellow Democrats in the...

JPMorgan is creating its own cryptocurrency

CNN BUSINESS |

JPMorgan Chase, the nation's largest bank, is launching its own cryptocurrency.

Google to invest $13 billion in US data centers and offices this year

CNN BUSINESS |

The future of Google increasingly lies outside Silicon Valley.

LimeBike ending Hartford services

Joe Cooper |

Hartford's first bike-share program is nearing an end.

A peek into Lamont's economic-development playbook

Greg Bordonaro |

For those interested in learning about Gov. Ned Lamont's economic-development vision, he offered a sneak peek Feb. 1, airing plans to restructure — to some degree — the Department of...

'Rail guy' Giulietti is Lamont's transportation 'game changer'

Sean Teehan |

Joe Giulietti was chosen as commissioner of the Department of Transportation to jumpstart Gov. Lamont's ambitious high-speed rail plans. The challenges he faces are many.

Amid quest to build Silicon Valley-style hub, some Stanley+Techstars startups eagerly call Hartford 'home'

Gregory Seay |

These startup founders, hailing from around the world, participated in the first Stanley+Techstars accelerator program and are now trying to grow their businesses from Hartford.

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