Webster Bank has hired a new chief information officer.
Preliminary figures show Connecticut lost 1,200 net jobs in July, but a state labor official said job growth still remains strong.
Connecticut’s two major political parties chose wealthy businessmen with little to no elective experience as their gubernatorial candidates in the November election.
Iowa’s senator has raised concerns about proposed mergers involving Connecticut insurers, the Hartford Business Journal reports.
A Massachusetts developer has submitted plans to convert the former GE Capital Corp. offices in Stamford into a senior living community.
An industrial facility in West Hartford has sold for $495,000 to South Meadows No. 9 LLC and Maffe Investments LLC.
A 27,685-square-foot medical office building has sold in Plainville, according to the Hartford Business Journal. The building is a part of a cluster of health care-oriented properties, including Hartford HealthCare Medical Arts Building and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
A federal judge on Tuesday said Goldman Sachs Group Inc. shareholders may again pursue class-action claims that the bank concealed conflicts of interest when creating risky subprime securities before the 2008 financial crisis.
Citigroup Inc. restructured its consumer bank on Monday, elevating one executive and triggering the departure of another, as the third-biggest U.S. bank moved to improve results.
With artificial intelligence (AI) trending toward the mainstream, financial institutions have an opportunity to reinvent how they deliver personal finance management (PFM) tools and create an interactive experience that will help consumers take control of their overall financial health.
Single-family homes are on the way out and commercial space could be in the mix at Great Pond Village, in a developer’s latest vision for a massive planned community in Windsor.
Nearly a year after the catastrophic Equifax hack exposed 147 million Americans’ personal and financial data to cybercriminals, consumers are about to get a break – something especially useful for homebuyers and owners.
A Maryland barbecue restaurant chain has opened its first Connecticut location at 785 Queen St. in Southington.
Total household debt hit new highs in the second quarter of the year and has now increased for 16 consecutive quarters.
The newly constructed Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen has been sold for $1.7 million. The 3,000-square-foot fast-food restaurant is located at 70 Ella Grasso Turnpike in Windsor Locks.
Paradime Capital has purchased a 3-story office building in Farmington for $20.35 million, according to Hartford Business Journal. United Technologies Corp. has leased the building since 2012.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. boosted its investments in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Israel’s Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. during the second quarter and confirmed it has expanded its already huge bet on iPhone maker Apple Inc.
A 12-acre former housing complex property in New London is being marketed for commercial redevelopment, including potential maritime industrial uses supporting the Connecticut state pier.
Boston building and construction firm BOND has expanded its New Haven office with seven new hires to support clients in education, healthcare and district energy markets in Connecticut.
German valve manufacturing company Oventrop Corp. has signed a lease renewal and expansion for 12,240 square feet of space in East Granby.
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