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SBA awards CT Innovations grant for $125K

Patricia Daddona |

The U.S. Small Business Administration has awarded Connecticut Innovations Inc. for $125,000 to support technology-driven small businesses.

Report: Greater Hartford asking prices rise for business sales

Patricia Daddona |

The median asking price for 149 Greater Hartford businesses listed for sale in the second quarter climbed 25 percent compared to a year ago, on the tailwinds of a national trend, according to San...

Fuss & O'Neill, NH firm to combine

Patricia Daddona |

Manchester engineering firm Fuss & O'Neill said it has acquired Manchester, N.H.-based CLD Consulting Engineers, giving the Connecticut firm a foothold in all six New England states.

Hartford unveils street-parking app

Gregory Seay |

Hartford's parking overseer is unveiling a new app to make it easier for users of the city's 1,800 curbside spaces downtown to pay for initial time, extend time or be alerted before their meter...

Malloy signs four pro-business bills

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut will set up a small business hotline and take a handful of other pro-business steps, following Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's signing of a slew of bills Friday.

New law drops state licensing requirements for some jobs

Patricia Daddona |

Swimming pool assemblers and athletic agents are among the professionals who will no longer need to obtain state credentials to do their jobs, according to a bill signed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy into...

DECD now charged with updating CT business portal

Patricia Daddona |

A new law requires Connecticut to promote its electronic business portal to encourage entrepreneurship while also making it easier to register a business with the state.

New law expands angel investor tax credit program

Patricia Daddona |

A new law is on the books that expands Connecticut's angel investor tax credit program to businesses in any industry.

Hartford's Max Downtown closing for renovations

Greg Bordonaro |

Hartford's Max Downtown will close after dinner service today as its preps for a major renovation to its popular center city restaurant.

Businesses held largely harmless in regular session

Matt Pilon |

While the legislature this session passed many bills, and left many more to rot on the House and Senate floors, it's unclear which proposals could be revived as lawmakers continue to negotiate a...

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