The Federal Reserve is working on developing a model to help financial institutions and regulators analyze the effects climate change could have on the industry and the economy.
U.S. employers added just 194,000 jobs in September, a second straight tepid gain and evidence that the pandemic has kept its grip on the economy, with many companies struggling to fill millions of open jobs.
Arruda Real Estate, an 18-agent brokerage with offices in Mystic and Plainfield, is merging with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, the larger brokerage said in a statement Monday.
TPO GO, a new Connecticut-based mortgage wholesale company specializing in renovation mortgages, has opened its first office at 38 Security Dr. in Avon, the company said in a statement.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Thursday an agreement has been reached with Republicans to extend the government’s borrowing authority into December, temporarily averting a debt crisis.
The COVID-induced downturn in hotel business is starting to pay unanticipated dividends for multifamily housing production in Connecticut as developers move ahead with conversion projects.
Nowhere is this criminal enterprise more prominent than in real estate, both residential and commercial. And a new report says America has become a “safe haven” for this kind of money laundering.
Another former mall department store property in Connecticut has found a new purpose.
The last of 15 defendants in an ATM skimming operation in Connecticut and other states has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Some politicians think they’ve found a silver bullet for the impasse over the debt limit, except the bullet is made of platinum: Mint a $1 trillion coin, token of all tokens, and use it to flood the treasury with cash and drive Republicans crazy.
A four-member leadership team has been formed for The S/L/A/M Collaborative’s planned growth of its sports design studio business.
Glastonbury-based Payrailz, a digital payments company for banks and credit unions, has launched a new feature that uses artificial intelligence to alert the financial institution’s customers that they might have missed making a regular payment.
Many of 2021’s buyers started their homebuying process with an online search for homes for sale, according to a new report by the National Association of Realtors.
Torrington Savings Bank has hired Edward J. “E.J.” D’Ettore and Ryan Lynch as officers for its commercial banking team.
New data from the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that the Connecticut hospitality and restaurant sector saw a big change in its growth rate this spring as vaccines took hold.
Flood insurance premiums figure to increase for thousands of Connecticut residents when the federal government implements a new rate system, some by as much as $100 per month — but most by up to $10 monthly.
For occupations that require in-person work like teachers and nurses, affordability is becoming more of a challenge.
The bureau has a new director who is likely to embrace an aggressive “watchdog” role, similar to how the agency operated under former President Barack Obama.
Massachusetts-based Digital Federal Credit Union, better known as DCU, has joined forces with three other credit unions to launch a challenger bank targeted at low- to moderate-income customers.
New Haven design firm Svigals + Partners has announced that one of its employees, associate Alana Konefal, has been named president-elect of the Connecticut Building Congress on the heels of achieving licensure as an architect in the state.