A TV journalist known for confronting would-be child predators has been snared himself in a police investigation alleging he wrote bad checks for $13,000 worth of marketing materials.
A Moodus children’s campground announced that it won’t open this summer for campers due to financial difficulties and is considering renting out the property.
People’s United Financial Inc. (PBCT) on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $132.9 million.
Spending in the athletic division at the University of Connecticut outpaced revenue by more than $40 million in 2018, the school reported Thursday.
The leader of Connecticut’s state college and university system has directed schools to suspend tuition payments for students impacted by the federal shutdown.
Cleveland-based KeyBank is planning to purchase the online lending business of Darien-based Laurel Road Bank.
A downtown Greenwich retail and office building, formerly a prominent drugstore, has sold for $7 million.
With more than 400 vacant and abandoned properties in Hartford, city officials are hoping a new land bank can help them tackle the problem, and turn the properties to better uses.
Dan Keune, a Realtor and broker with Campbell-Keune Realty in Ellington, has been elected as the 2019 president for the Connecticut Realtors.
New Haven civic and business leaders joined representatives of Comcast and the District New Haven business incubator to unveil the new Comcast Business Innovation Lounge at The District Innovation and Venture Center, located within the District New Haven campus on Jan. 16.
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Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Northern New England has leased 200,000 square feet for a new build-to-suit warehouse and distribution center in South Windsor.
The city of Norwalk is suing the company behind a stalled development in the city’s downtown over blight and zoning violations.
Foxwoods Resort Casino’s slot-machine revenue declined by 5.2 percent last month while Mohegan Sun’s was down by less than 1 percent, figures released Tuesday show, while MGM Springfield’s slot revenues were up by 1.55 percent.
The state government will partner with private banks in order to assist federal workers impacted by the shutdown.
A pair of Bristol apartment complexes have sold for $4.4 million.
Wallingford officials have denied a proposal by the new owners of the former Bristol-Myers Squibb campus to redevelop it as a pair of warehouses totaling 1.1 million square feet.
Thanks to demand for speedier submarine construction from the U.S. Navy, Groton’s Electric Boat Co. plans to hire 900 new employees in 2019, including 500 in Connecticut.
A new survey has identified Hartford as the sixth-safest affordable city in the country.
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