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CT targets international travelers ahead of tourism season

Q&A talks to Randy Fiveash, director of the Connecticut Office of Tourism, about the influence of foreign travelers in the state's tourism industry.

'Innovation Places' contest draws millions in private investment

Matt Pilon |

Two teams made up of well-known Greater Hartford companies, colleges, nonprofits and other institutions last week aired plans to invest millions of dollars in new economic development initiatives...

FDA fast-tracks Biohaven drug

John Stearns |

New Haven's Biohaven Pharmaceutical Holding Co. Ltd. said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted the company Fast Track Designation for a drug to potentially treat Spinocerebellar Ataxia...

CT preps for driverless cars

John Stearns |

Connecticut lawmakers are considering legislation to allow testing of driverless vehicles in up to four municipalities to help the state determine how best to prepare for the cars' seemingly...

Land of Steady Habits finally addresses rules for Uber, Lyft

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Connecticut acted belatedly Thursday to impose standards on Uber and Lyft, the market-disrupting, ride-sharing companies that arrived here three years ago, ignoring a regulatory structure devised for...

Community Health Center Association of CT selects eConsult provider

John Stearns |

The Community Health Center Association of Connecticut has selected AristaMD of La Jolla, Calif., to provide eConsults with specialists for patients of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)...

Former Back9Network partners with Gilchrist on mobile golf app

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford-based Swing by Swing Golf Inc., a golf mobile app, media and entertainment company, says it has partnered with golf instructor Gary Gilchrist to launch a personalized golf instruction and...

East Hartford 3-D scanning firm races to spread its technology

Gregory Seay |

East Hartford's Bolton Works relies on technology for generating three-dimensional images that has allowed manufacturers to churn out countless parts made to minutely precise tolerances or...

Tech industry fuels patent activity amid challenging environment

Q&A talks with Michael Cantor, co-managing partner of Hartford-based Cantor Colburn LLP, one of the largest intellectual property law firms in the country.

Niche 'health-tech' sector seeks to become CT hub

Patricia Daddona |

When Farmington-based Diameter Health's software was combing through a health system's electronic medical records recently, it found that the hospital incorrectly labeled penicillin as pain medicine.

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