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Lamont reports average adjusted gross income of $3.6 million

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

Ned Lamont, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, released tax documents Friday showing an average adjusted gross income of $3.6 million in each of the past five years, primarily in investment...

Malloy, officials tout CI, other state biz investments

Matt Pilon |

Before the winners of Connecticut Innovations’ third annual VentureClash were announced at the Yale School of Management in New Haven on Thursday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other state leaders...

Mashantucket Pequot tribe challenges court ruling on E. Windsor casino

Joe Cooper |

The Mashantucket Pequot tribal nation is urging a federal court to reconsider its lawsuit against a federal official they say was coaxed into blocking their proposed casino and entertainment complex...

CT's Sept. jobless rate 4.2%

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut continued in September to shrink its jobless rate -- to 4.2 percent -- despite shedding a net 500 jobs that month, state labor authorities say.

CT regulator OKs CVS-Aetna deal

Matt Pilon |

CVS Health's proposed $69 billion acquisition of Hartford-based Aetna has taken another step towards the finish line, as the Connecticut Insurance Department approved the deal.

Central CT hospitals dissolve urology joint venture

Matt Pilon |

A urology services joint venture owned by three major hospitals is dissolving, according to a recent filing with state regulators.

House Speaker Aresimowicz launches tourism blue ribbon panel

Joe Cooper |

House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz (D-Berlin) launched a new panel Tuesday aimed at boosting Connecticut's $14.7 billion tourism industry.

Windsor’s Konica Minolta to lay off another 219

Joe Cooper |

Business-equipment vendor Konica Minolta, which is closing its two Windsor locations, says it will lay off another 219 workers in December, according to a Department of Labor filing.

CT Convention & Sports Bureau president Phelps to retire

Joe Cooper |

H. Scott Phelps, president of the Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau (CTCSB), on Tuesday announced he will retire at year-end after leading the organization that helps market dozens of statewide...

200 students to attend pro-manufacturing event

Joe Cooper |

State and manufacturing officials will educate more than 200 middle school students Wednesday on the opportunities in manufacturing.

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