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Mohegan tribe looks to partner with E. Windsor facility

Patricia Daddona |

The Mohegan tribe, owners of the Mohegan Sun, said Monday they have started talks with Elegant Clinical Services in East Windsor to help provide additional employment opportunities regionally for...

East Hartford 3-D scanning firm races to spread its technology

Gregory Seay |

East Hartford's Bolton Works relies on technology for generating three-dimensional images that has allowed manufacturers to churn out countless parts made to minutely precise tolerances or...

Small biz hotline bill passes House

Patricia Daddona |

A bill that would require state officials to staff a hotline to advise and assist small business owners on business concerns passed the House Wednesday.

More entrepreneurs using CT online tools to form businesses

Patricia Daddona |

More Connecticut entrepreneurs are starting up businesses by applying online through the Secretary of the State's office, state authorities said Monday.

Middletown bank launches tuition-free small biz academy

Patricia Daddona |

Liberty Bank is launching a tuition-free small business academy in Middletown to jump-start creation and growth of new small businesses.

New Britain architectural firm expanding presence to Boston

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Brian Solywoda, principal of Kaestle Boos Associates, a New Britain-based architectural firm, sees some positive signs for his industry in Connecticut.

Wisely, Malloy's budget shows a pro-business approach

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's two-year $40.6 billion budget proposal is liked by few, hated by many and loved by no one.

State has $244K for small biz export funding

Patricia Daddona |

State grants of up to $7,000 for export activities are available to Connecticut small businesses, the state Department of Economic and Community Development has announced.

More sellers, fewer buyers threaten CT's M&A market

Gregory Seay |

With the calendar's turn to a new year, aging heads of family-owned and other small businesses in Connecticut are looking forward to cashing out to retirement.

First Tee of CT Honors Board Members

The First Tee of Connecticut honored three board of directors who were founding members of the Connecticut chapter, at their year-end board meeting.

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