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HBJ wins national journalism awards

The Hartford Business Journal's editorial staff has won two Editorial Excellence awards from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers, an industry association that represents 65 business publications...

Edible Arrangements plots overseas expansion

Wallingford franchisor Edible Arrangements says it will expand internationally, opening more than 100 franchise outlets over the next three years that produce and deliver its creative...

CT Biz Summit underway in Hartford

The Connecticut Business Summit opened its doors at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Connecticut Convention Center, featuring steady traffic throughout the morning.

News deal widens Hearst's CT footprint

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New York City-based news publisher Hearst has acquired the New Haven Register and its portfolio of daily and weekly newspapers from Digital First Media for an undisclosed sum.

CI startups, UConn students team on digital marketing

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A pilot program launched by Connecticut Innovations (CI) and UConn has enabled university students to work with 11 startups to develop projects in digital media and design.

HBJ 40 Under Forty nomination deadline looms

The Hartford Business Journal is accepting nominations for its popular 40 Under Forty competition through May 1.

NY digital ad pro buys majority stake in New Britain Bees

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Anthony Iacovone, founder and CEO of the New York mobile advertising technology company AdTheorent, has acquired a majority interest in the New Britain Bees.

Long-time ad exec Knopf retires from Mintz + Hoke

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After 41 years in the Connecticut advertising scene, Chris Knopf, CEO of Mintz + Hoke, has announced he will retire from the agency to pursue his writing career, effective immediately.

Report: GE loss costs CT its most valuable brand

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GE's brand value grew following its move to Boston in 2016, a loss for Connecticut that could hurt the state's longtime status as a “brand powerhouse,” according to the latest Brand...

CT tourism office allots $75,000 in matching funds for marketing

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The Connecticut Office of Tourism has launched a $75,000 co-op program that enables tourist attractions to apply for matching funds of up to $10,000 for marketing.

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