A Hartford developer has paid $42.5 million for Post & Main, a 186-unit apartment complex in Old Saybrook.
Financing has been secured for the construction of a new Dollar General Store in Morris.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is offering a new rewards program to riders at a variety of businesses in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts.
The state’s largest business lobbying group has elected a new board of directors.
Connecticut recycling operations are struggling to cope with increasing financial pressures involving plunging prices for recycled materials, higher trucking costs, growing difficulties sorting trash and worries about President Donald Trump’s tariff wars.
Despite similar demand for financing, veteran-owned small business applicants were more likely than non-veteran-owned small business applicants to experience “financing shortfalls,” where they received less than the amount of credit they sought.
Michael Uszakiewicz, 52, of Prospect, was sentenced last week by U.S. District Judge Alvin W. Thompson in Hartford to 16 months of imprisonment, followed by one year of supervised release, for his role in a bribery scheme.
The head of Connecticut’s child welfare agency has announced that she is stepping down in January.
The chairman of the board of directors at Rocky Hill-based Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union is now on the board of directors of the National Association of Credit Union Chairmen.
Two have been promoted to assistant vice president at Windsor Federal Savings Bank.
A federal grand jury in New Haven indicted five officials from the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Corp. with theft of funds related to a series of lavish taxpayer-funded junkets.
The Capital Region Development Authority is seeking a consultant to help the Connecticut Convention Center stay competitive amid rising competition.
Fairfield County’s large office park has been recognized by a landscaping group for its environmentally sustainable practices.
The majority of community banks and credit unions in Southern New England have started planning their adoption of the new Current Expected Credit Loss accounting method, but most have yet to identify exactly how they will implement this new standard.
Starwood Property Trust Inc. (STWD) on Friday reported third-quarter net income of $84.5 million.
The Connecticut Department of Banking has issued a $3,500 fine to a broker for not being registered in the state.
The longtime Fairfield jewelry story J. Albert Johnson Jewelers is going out of business. In a Facebook post, owners David and Judy Kiselstein stated they will retire and close the business.
Global health service company Cigna has launched a new pregancy app.
The regulatory relief party may be over in Congress, but credit union trade groups do not seem terribly upset about the results of midterms.
Reading Cooperative Bank is teaming up with 12 U.S. community and regional banks to form a partnership that will explore opportunities with emerging fintech companies.