Construction managers, architects and engineers who embrace evolving technologies such as virtual reality, 3-D modeling and Internet of Things building sensors stand to profit, industry executives said at Thursday’s “Women Who Build” leadership summit at Goodwin College in East Hartford.
The average online checking account costs 47 percent less than its branch-based counterpart, while the average online savings account pays 457 percent more interest than the branch alternative, according to WalletHub’s latest Banking Landscape Report.
A man from East Moriches, New York pleaded guilty before a judge in New Haven to a conspiracy charge stemming from an investment fraud scheme.
An industrial, flex and office building at 418 Meadow St. in Fairfield is now at capacity, thanks to a life sciences company and a tutoring organization.
The First National Bank of Omaha will not renew a contract with the National Rifle Association to issue an NRA-branded Visa card, according to a Reuters report.
Four New Haven properties have changed hands in a series of recent investment sales totaling $4.3 million that were brokered by Shelton-based Northeast Private Client Group.
Ion Insurance Corp. has acquired an independent Cheshire insurance agency in a transaction that will nearly double its size.
Median home prices in U.S. ZIP codes in the top 20th percentile for environmental hazard risk appreciated at a faster pace than the overall U.S housing market over the past year, past five years and past 10 years, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions.
Connecticut-made products from craft beer to circuit boards will soon sport a logo touting their origin.
Fixed mortgage rates increased for the seventh consecutive week, with the 30-year fixed mortgage rate reaching 4.40 percent in this week’s survey; the highest since April of 2014.
The reaction to the article “Women In Banking,” published in The Warren Group’s Banking New England magazine, was overwhelmingly positive from men and women at all levels of the corporate hierarchy.
Call it buried tax treasure for homeowners: Deep inside the behemoth 654-page bipartisan budget bill recently signed into law by President Donald Trump are little-noticed extensions of key tax-code benefits that expired in 2016, but now can be used for upcoming 2017 tax filings.
Ralph Lauren, Kate Spade and Michael Kors stores have exited the scene in downtown Greenwich, the posh retail district that’s Connecticut’s answer to Rodeo Drive.
It may be that 2017 is best remembered as the year the real estate recovery finally got a foothold in Connecticut.
Companies across a variety of industries are expecting larger deals and a pickup in merger and acquisitions in 2018 – but in the banking world, experts predict the opposite.
All 52 state bankers associations including the Massachusetts Bankers Association have penned a letter to Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, praising his efforts to fight the credit union tax exemption.
Mortgage applications decreased 6.6 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending Feb. 16, 2018.
Banking Commissioner Announces $2.9M in Relief for Connecticut Consumers in Settlement with Santander
Connecticut Banking Commissioner Jorge L. Pérez announced a settlement with Santander Consumer USA, a sales finance company licensed by the Department of Banking, for alleged violations of Connecticut banking law pertaining to its activity concerning repossessed motor vehicles.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is proposing fare increases on rail and bus lines along with cuts in service, a plan some residents say will make public transportation worse.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to revive litigation in which shareholders accused the federal government of overstepping its authority when it restructured mortgage finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac following the 2008 housing crisis.
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