Commercial & Industrial
A Wethersfield woman was recently sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer in New Haven to two years in prison for stealing $1.7 million from her former employer, a Connecticut-based computer software company.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced that over $15.1 million in grants are being awarded to 50 nonprofit organizations throughout Connecticut as part of the state’s Nonprofit Grant Program.
German manufacturer Leipold Inc. recently completed a $8-million plant expansion in Windsor.
Coastal Orthopedics has signed a single-floor lease at the 38,000-square-foot Westport Center for Health.
A Georgia-based pediatric provider recently renewed its lease for 5,000 square feet in Plainville.
MGM Resorts International lost another round Wednesday in a court fight aimed at giving it leverage against Native American tribes in Connecticut as they compete for casino customers.
Associated Products Inc. recently renewed its 2,200-square-foot lease of office and industrial space in East Granby.
Husqvarna Construction Products North America has renewed its 6,500-square-foot lease of office and warehouse space in Branford.
Kevin Dillon heads the Connecticut Airport Authority, created in 2011 to expand commercial service out of Bradley International Airport and oversee the state’s five general aviation airports.
The city of Bridgeport has selected Exact Capital Group LLC as the developer to renovate and restore the Majestic Theater, Poli Palace and Savoy Hotel.
Stamford has been ranked in the Top 10 in this year’s Financial Times’ fDi “American Cities of the Future 2017/2018” report.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy today announced that a new partnership between the Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) and the Department of Correction (DOC) will create a new 10-hour construction safety and health training class to persons in DOC custody who are nearing the end of their sentences and preparing to seek employment.
One of Europe’s biggest pension funds is adding its voice to the list of investors shaming executives they think earn too much.
The former Mudrick’s TV & Appliances Store in Stratford recently sold for $1.05 million.
Florida’s governor on Monday made his second public pitch in two years to Connecticut businesses, urging them to exit a state that has seen two major corporate headquarters recently leave or threaten to leave.
A family counseling business has leased Stratford office space.
Connecticut lawmakers are expected to resume negotiations with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on a new, two-year state budget agreement.
Belle Home Housecleaning LLC recently inked a lease for a unit in West Haven.
A new report shows Connecticut’s unemployment rate remains unchanged since April, despite the state experiencing a net increase of 6,700 jobs.
Commercial & Industrial Top Block
- Hartford Attorney Sent To Prison For 3 Years For Pump And Dump Scheme
- Fast Casual Italian Joint Set To Open Late Summer
- Former Bankruptcy Attorney Admits To Stealing Millions From Clients
- Glastonbury Construction Employee Pleads Guilty To Kickback Scheme
- Bridgeport Attorney Charged With Real Estate-Related Wire Fraud