Liberty Bank is preparing to move into its new headquarters next month.
A grand jury in New Haven earlier this month indicted Leonid Pollak, also known as “Lenny,” 58, of Greenwich, on federal charges related to an investment fraud scheme.
Property management firm Reese Commercial Real Estate Services of Rocky Hill will now manage an art distribution and manufacturing building.
Submarine builder Electric Boat has announced plans for an $850 million shipyard expansion in Connecticut.
The Department of Transportation will hand out $12.4 million in grants for bicycle and pedestrian safety projects in 40 Connecticut towns.
FedEx Ground will open a new $220 million package collection and distribution facility in Middletown this week.
A ceremonial groundbreaking for a new market in Parkville took place yesterday, beginning construction of a 20,000-square-foot, 2-story food market.
A report from a nonprofit transportation research group said 308 bridges on Connecticut roadways are deteriorating and structurally deficient.
The Navy said its attack submarine USS Pittsburgh had to return to its Connecticut base recently because of what was described as a “minor” moisture leak within its nuclear propulsion plant.
Wells Fargo & Co. said on Thursday it would reduce its headcount by about 5 percent to 10 percent within the next three years as part of a turnaround plan.
A former bookkeeper accused of embezzling more than $70,000 from a Norwich real estate firm will avoid prison as part of a plea deal with prosecutors.
Agents and staff of Pearce Real Estate of North Haven collected school supplies to support Big Brothers Big Sisters and Little Brothers Little Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut.
Cheryl McGynn has rejoined Savings Institute Bank & Trust as branch manager for its Hebron location.
U.S. homebuilding increased more than expected in August, a positive sign for the housing market which has underperforamed the broader economy amid rising interest rates for home loans.
A Connecticut crosswalk community organization has installed new crosswalk signs in Hartford.
Prices are up, interest rates are rising and it’s tough for a lot of people to qualify to buy a home. So what do some of them do? A growing number of them fake it.
In about 10 years’ time, a completely new payment model built around QR codes has become the dominant payment alternative for the world’s most populous country – China.
Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the beginning of the financial crisis, the banking industry in Connecticut has changed dramatically.
An East Hartford-based national mortgage lender is terminating a planned expansion of its Connecticut headquarters and laying off up to 35 employees after a dispute with state banking regulators.
Virtual bookstore and textbook distribution company Akademos Inc. has renewed its lease at 200 Connecticut Ave. in Norwalk.
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