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Bullish U.S. mattress makers choose Greater Hartford as Northeast logistics hub

Gregory Seay |

Some of America's leading bedding makers are waking up to the time and cost savings from centralizing mattress manufacturing in Greater Hartford, making it logistically easier and cheaper to ship...

Pharmaceutical giant scopes out UConn’s incubator startups

Matt Pilon |

UConn's Technology Incubation Program is trying to make inroads with the world's biggest pharmaceutical maker.

CT antes $2M more for EV buyers

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut added a spark to its electric-vehicle (EV) rebate program, formally announcing Friday an extra $2 million for cash payments to qualified buyers of battery-, fuel cell- and plug-in hybrid...

Winstanley pays $50M for Windsor Locks bldg.

Gregory Seay |

Massachusetts landlord-developer Winstanley Enterprises says it has acquired a one-million-square-foot grocery-distribution facility in Windsor Locks for $50 million.

Henkel bids $485M for Darien haircare lines

Matt Pilon |

German consumer-products giant Henkel, with North American headquarters in Rocky Hill, has agreed to acquire a Connecticut maker of haircare brands Joico and Zotos Professional for $485 million.

Most expensive wristwatch ever sold for $17.8M

CNNMoney |

It's a lot of money, even for a Rolex.

Southington is Fazoli's first CT site

Gregory Seay |

Kentucky Italian restaurant chain Fazoli's is opening Tuesday its first Connecticut location in Southington.

CT AG Jepsen asks Equifax to pause

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's attorney general and his counterparts in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia have asked Equifax to stop enrolling people in its fee-based credit monitoring service in...

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