Students across the country are paying millions in account fees to banks that have struck marketing deals with colleges and universities.
An annual study of where Americans are moving to, and where they’re moving from, found Connecticut has the third-highest rate of outbound moves in the country, after New Jersey and Illinois.
A Vermont couple stole $1.6 million in mortgage loans for homes in Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida and Texas.
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. will pay over $5.2 million to Connecticut to resolve allegations that it violated state consumer protection laws by using various unfair and deceptive practices against customers.
The choice of Joseph Giulietti is a sign of that rail is a centerpiece of Gov.-elect Ned Lamont’s plan for Connecticut’s revival. Lamont highlighted his opinion that “substantially reducing travel time from New Haven and our other towns to New York City” is crucial, with Giulietti’s appointment.
A Connecticut automobile lender will provide nearly $734,000 in debt relief and refunds to resolve allegations that it facilitated the sale of defective vehicles by Massachusetts used car dealerships.
Connecticut homeowners are not as cost-burdened as in the past, according to a new report.
Wall Street started 2018 strong, buoyed by a growing economy and corporate profits. It isn’t ending that way.
Homebuyers nationwide are putting less money down up front.
UBS will cough up $68 million for its fraudulent conduct involving the manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate.
The email caught the executive at a small Connecticut company by surprise one morning in 2016. The company’s owner, or so he thought, was requesting a money transfer to pay for supplies from a new vendor.
The Conference Board, a business research group, said Thursday that its consumer confidence index fell to 128.1 in December, down from 136.4 in November and lowest since July.
Connecticut’s economy has had a rough few years, but incoming CBIA president Chris DiPentima thinks the state his headed for good times in 2019. It just needs a few things from state leaders in order to get there.
Rocky Hill-based Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union has opened its second DMV express branch.
Beginning Jan. 1, Connecticut employers will no longer be allowed to ask prospective employees about their salary histories during job interviews.
Stamford-based Patriot Bank has found itself in hot water with federal regulators and now must revise the terms of an acquisition that it announced earlier this year.
The Connecticut Department of Banking recently issued fines to a broker dealer and a California financial services firm.
U.S. credit unions and banks are feeling better about managing their risk and regulatory compliance obligations than they did last year.
The state should add a cabinet-level “secretary of commerce” to attract companies, coordinate agencies around growing the Connecticut economy and cheer-lead for the state, a transition group for Gov.-elect Ned Lamont recommended Wednesday.
Connecticut has now recovered 108,700 jobs, or 91.3 percent, of the 119,100 seasonally adjusted jobs lost during the Great Recession, which officially lasted from March 2008 to February 2010.