Connecticut lawmakers and Gov. Ned Lamont are trying to craft a complicated plan in the waning days of the legislative session that could lead to electronic tolls on a handful of highways, a process that’s been made more challenging by the need to ultimately obtain federal approval.
April rent prices in Connecticut were all over the spectrum, depending on the city, with rates below and above national averages.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Monday that the central bank is closely monitoring a sharp rise in corporate debt but currently does not see the types of threats that triggered the 2008 financial crisis.
Democratic lawmakers passed legislation that incrementally increases Connecticut’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023.
The parent company of Boston-based Berkshire Bank has received all regulatory approvals and expects to close on its acquisition of the parent company of Willimantic-based Savings Institute Bank & Trust at the end of the business day tomorrow.
With only a few weeks left in the General Assembly’s session, Gov. Ned Lamont is pushing state legislators to pass a transportation bill that includes his signature tolling proposal.
The strength of demand for homes in the Hartford area helped push one local loan originator into the top ranks of his colleagues statewide.
Connecticut’s economy may not be in the best shape, but one thing the Nutmeg State can boast about is being the home to lots of corporate giants.
Winsted-based Northwest Community Bank reported that someone attempted to pass counterfeit bank checks for payment, the Connecticut Department of Banking said in a statement.
Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union will consolidate its corporate offices at 500 Enterprise Drive in Rocky Hill this month in order to improve operational efficiency and reduce business costs.
One of the worst points of congestion in Connecticut is headed for a reconstruction under a plan announced by Gov. Ned Lamont last week.
The Credit Union League of Connecticut elected its board directors and announced major awards at its 85th annual meeting and vendor expo last week.
The city of Hartford is rolling out a new $150,000 grant program for small business owners in the city.
A bipartisan coalition of state and territorial attorneys general are asking Congress to pass measures that would give legal marijuana-related businesses access to the federal banking system.
The local bank branch may still have more relevance than people think: a new study suggests many people not open a checking account with a local financial institution due to limited branch and ATM locations.
Gov. Ned Lamont is trying to rally Connecticut lawmakers to support electronic tolls, acknowledging it’s a “tough vote” for the General Assembly.
Connecticut’s Democratic-controlled House of Representatives has voted to incrementally increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023, following a marathon, overnight debate.
Start Community Bank has filed an application with the Connecticut Department of Banking to change its name to New Haven Bank.
The head of the Meriden-based Credit Union League of Connecticut is leaving her post.
U.S. employers advertised almost 7.5 million jobs at the end of March, a solid figure that signals hiring will likely remain strong in the months ahead.