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CT BBB: Mo. furniture scammers tabled

Gregory Seay |

The Connecticut Better Business Bureau says watchdogs have forced the shutdown of a Missouri furniture maker who fraudulently collected money on undelivered pieces from consumers in Connecticut and...

$200M+ Avon Village Center project advances

Gregory Seay |

A Rhode Island developer says construction could begin as early as Oct. 1 in Avon's center on the initial phase of a long-awaited residential, office and retail complex that when fully complete will...

Ocean State Job Lot relighting stores

Gregory Seay |

Rhode Island closeout retailer Ocean State Job Lot says it's spending $14 million to upgrade to more energy-efficient lighting in all its stores, including 28 in Connecticut, to save money.

Mohegan’s 3Q net falls on entertainment lull

Joe Cooper |

The tribal operator of Mohegan Sun posted a slight drop in profits during the third quarter as it saw lower non-gaming revenues and spent more money promoting its Pennsylvania gaming site.

Target launching same-day delivery to two-thirds of CT households

Matt Pilon |

Retail giant Target Corp. said it will start same-day delivery service for more than 2 million Connecticut households starting next week.

Cost Plus World Market to bow in Manchester

Joe Cooper |

California-based specialty retailer Cost Plus World Market, selling home decor, food, wine and gifts, opens this week in Manchester's former Kaoud Oriental Rugs store on Hale Road.

Stamford developer’s DoNo vision taking shape

Gregory Seay |

Stamford real estate developer Randy Salvatore, who is negotiating with the city of Hartford on a $200 million proposal to redevelop its Downtown North quadrant, says it will take six years to create...

CT’s independent retailers No. 5 in U.S. for daily revenue

Joe Cooper |

Local, independent retailers in Connecticut last year earned 28 percent more daily revenue compared to the national average, according to a new report.

S. Windsor approves 111-unit assisted-living facility in Evergreen Walk

Joe Cooper |

The town of South Windsor on Tuesday approved plans for a 111-unit assisted-living facility on Buckland Road at Evergreen Walk.

Feds: CT's 1Q economic uptick No. 23 in U.S.

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's economy showed encouraging growth during the first quarter of 2018 ranking 23rd in the nation, according to federal officials.

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