A New York City developer has bought an 8660-square-foot, triangular lot next to a planned series of developments in Hartford’s Downtown North neighborhood for $400,000.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced Wednesday he is dropping his plan for highway tolls for trucks, expressing frustration with legislative leaders who have delayed a vote on the issue.
The FDIC and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency have changed course and extended the public comment period for proposed changes to the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). Comments will be accepted until April 8.
Robert Wiedenmann Jr. caught the entrepreneurial bug early on, founding his own roofing and siding company in 1978. Now, he’s a real estate developer and president of Sunwood Development.
The Stonington Economic Development Commission unanimously voted to support a plan from the Mystic Seaport Museum to build a three-story restaurant-hotel building nearby.
London-based bank Barclays backed away Thursday from a software program that monitored an employee’s productivity – including bathroom breaks – after privacy campaigners described it as “creepy.”
A Massachusetts contractor convicted of improperly removing lead paint at 10 Connecticut job sites will serve five years of probation and pay a fine of $50,000.
Using interactive teller machines from ATM manufacturer Nautilus Hyosung, the new product looks to reduce demands on both call centers and branch staff for banks and credit unions by enabling self-service first and assisted service only when needed.
Federal Reserve officials were mostly optimistic about the U.S. and global economies last month, though they noted the risk posed by China’s viral outbreak and said they were ready to keep their benchmark interest rate at its current low level in the coming months.