A New Haven landlord who exposed construction workers to asbestos as part of an illegal removal project will have to pay nearly $10,000 as punishment.
Following a vote last month, the Financial Accounting Standards Board yesterday formally issued its proposal to delay the deadline for many banks, credit unions and other smaller companies to delay implementing a new accounting standard that would dramatically change how lenders would treat loans.
The pace of U.S. home construction fell a sharp 4 percent in July despite strong demand from would-be buyers, held back by a shortage of skilled labor and affordable land.
People’s United Bank’s latest acquisition target, the Hartford-based United Bank, originally rejected a much higher offer from Bridgeport-based People’s when it first began shopping for a buyer last year.
A North Branford industrial space has been leased to a woodworking business.
A popular South Windsor shopping plaza could see the addition of restaurants and apartments.
A marine surveyor says modifications that Nathan Carman made to his boat before a fishing trip with his mother would have made the vessel unseaworthy.
Billed as an attempt to close the racial wealth gap, Berkshire Bank plans to offer entrepreneurs of color seed capital through a new product created in partnership with The Runway Project, which will provide business coaching to borrowers.
The townhouse sector is growing faster than any other. Builders started work on some 120,000 townhouses last year: a 15 percent jump in production over 2017. But some builders are going smaller yet.