Raytheon Technologies Corp. plans to eliminate more than 15,000 jobs this year, including at its corporate offices and jet engine-maker Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford.
A former senior adviser at American Express Co. has resigned from the Webster Bank board of directors just three months after joining, citing a potential regulatory conflict.
Kiley Gosselin is passionate about promoting policies that support affordable housing, a central part of her role as executive director of the Partnership for Strong Communities.
Private contractors operate 202,000 units on 80 bases across the country, often with little or no oversight and not-infrequently unhealthy housing.
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors has launched a nationwide program that will offer a single exam to payments firms, ensuring that they satisfy all state regulatory requirements.
Connecticut’s governor said Monday he does not want to see schools closing their buildings because of isolated coronavirus cases and urged districts offering only distance learning to consider revisiting their plans.
Mortgage refinance and purchase applications across the country dropped last week, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey.
With two mergers already completed this year, Connecticut could see two more credit unions join with larger organizations in the coming months.