The U.S. Navy has awarded a $22.2 billion contract for the construction of nine additional Virginia class submarines.
For years, Google and Facebook have been showing ads based on a consumer’s online behavior. Now banks, too, want to turn data they already have on consumers spending habits into extra revenue by identifying likely customers for retailers.
A former industrial site a stone’s throw from downtown Derby is in line to be transformed into a mixed-use project.
A Simsbury woman pleaded guilty last week in connection to a scheme to embezzle more than $500,000 from her former employer.
The developer behind a large New Haven multifamily project promised community members at least 10 percent of the building’s units would be set aside as affordable housing.
Spending on U.S. construction projects fell 0.8 percent in October, dragged down by declines in apartment and multi-family homebuilding.
In mid-2016, even with unemployment falling and the economy growing modestly, James Bullard, head of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, was concerned.
Many – if not most – homeowners aren’t prepared for a flood, tornado or other natural disaster. And neither, apparently, are their insurance companies.
National coworking space providers including the troubled WeWork have bypassed the Hartford area in favor of larger metros, leaving an opportunity for local operators to fill the void.
A Rye, New York businessman is pitching a proposal to transform an acre of downtown Hartford riverfront property with an amphibious building technology system to support a promenade of retail shops, restaurants and event space.
Coldwell Banker agents and executives were joined by Westport officials to inaugurate the company’s new offices for its “Global Luxury” headquarters at 355 Riverside Ave.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s plan to use tolls to raise funds to repair the state’s transportation infrastructure is back to where it started, with tolls only on out-of-state trucks.
Four states want a federal appeals court to revive their lawsuit challenging the federal tax overhaul that limited how much can be deducted in state and local taxes.
The maximum conforming loan limits for mortgages to be acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will increase in 2020.
A developer has asked the town of Stonington for zoning changes that would let it build a pair of hotels on land next to the Olde Mystick Village shopping complex.
A new report from the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments has found that the ramp-up of submarine production at Groton’s Electric Boat Co. could put the Southeastern Connecticut housing market under pressure.
Carolina Vera has joined the Savings Bank of Danbury as assistant vice president and business development officer.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell normally spends his days in the marble halls of Washington, meeting with senators and Fed economists. On Monday, he learned about the job market from an 18-year-old named Jasmine.
Pearce Real Estate’s commercial team joined agents from its Shoreline and Wallingford offices to make and donate Thanksgiving holiday baskets to area food pantries and social service organizations.
Capital for Change, a Wallingford-based community development financial institution, has received a $650,000 grant from a U.S. Department of the Treasury program that supports CDFIs nationwide.