Wallingford officials have denied a proposal by the new owners of the former Bristol-Myers Squibb campus to redevelop it as a pair of warehouses totaling 1.1 million square feet.
Thanks to demand for speedier submarine construction from the U.S. Navy, Groton’s Electric Boat Co. plans to hire 900 new employees in 2019, including 500 in Connecticut.
A new survey has identified Hartford as the sixth-safest affordable city in the country.
Two new tenants are coming to a Fairfield shopping plaza anchored by a Bob’s Stores location.
A Connecticut lawmaker who wants to end the practice of moving the clocks forward and back every year has proposed legislation that could ultimately lead to a change in the state’s time zone and possibly New England’s as well.
In a new plan to address flooding in the South End of Bridgeport, city officials see an opportunity to kick-start private investment and development in the waterfront area.
CBRE has been retained to market MassMutual’s 66-acre Enfield campus as the insurer expands its workforce in two Massachusetts locations.
British distiller Diageo will decamp from its offices in a Norwalk office park for the World Trade Center in New York City.
As northeastern states boost their reliance on renewable energy, New London State Pier has potential as a long-term player in the emerging offshore wind industry.
The government shutdown appears to be dulling loan application approval rates at small financial institutions.
Seven projects in Connecticut have received nearly $5.9 million in financing from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, which will fund the creation or preservation of 147 affordable housing units.
A Branford commercial property which includes a three-bedroom house has been sold to a landscaping business.
Hamden-based Wepawaug-Flagg Federal Credit Union has changed its name to CrossPoint Federal Credit Union, according to its website.
The partial shutdown of the U.S. government has begun to make it harder to assess the health of the economy by delaying or distorting key reports on growth, spending and hiring.
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers and contractors are feeling the pinch of the prolonged government shutdown, and many are taking out loans and making tough choices about what bills to pay.
A $60 million redevelopment of a West Hartford convent received approval from the Town Council.
Democrat Ned Lamont was sworn in as the 89th governor of Connecticut on Wednesday, pledging to be a “straighter shooter, an honest broker and a good listener” who will not allow the state’s budget challenges to define the next four years.
Building and Land Technology, developer of Stamford’s Harbor Point, finished the active remediation of approximately 90 acres of formerly polluted land in the city’s South End and Waterside neighborhoods.
Department stores fell sharply before the opening bell, with bellwether Macy’s down nearly 19 percent after posting worse-than-expected sales in the period leading up to the holiday.
Discount fashion retailer TJ Maxx has signed a 10-year lease for a store in one of northwestern Connecticut’s largest shopping centers.