Prices are up, interest rates are rising and it’s tough for a lot of people to qualify to buy a home. So what do some of them do? A growing number of them fake it.
In about 10 years’ time, a completely new payment model built around QR codes has become the dominant payment alternative for the world’s most populous country – China.
Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the beginning of the financial crisis, the banking industry in Connecticut has changed dramatically.
An East Hartford-based national mortgage lender is terminating a planned expansion of its Connecticut headquarters and laying off up to 35 employees after a dispute with state banking regulators.
Virtual bookstore and textbook distribution company Akademos Inc. has renewed its lease at 200 Connecticut Ave. in Norwalk.
Simon Konover Co. of New Haven helped organize and fund the 10th Annual Camp Challenge for The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a camp providing programming to seriously ill children and their families in the Northeast.
Authorities in Connecticut said over 100 people had to be evacuated because of a chlorine leak at a hotel pool.
A new state report said Connecticut’s electric, gas and large water companies successfully fought off a growing number of sophisticated cyberattacks last year.
Close to 200 aerospace workers in Connecticut went on strike against United Technologies Corp.
Employees from Savings Institute Bank & Trust of Willimantic selected causes to donate to from their employee-funded Caring and Giving Program.
New Haven real estate brokerage RE/MAX Showcase will sponsor a 70-foot-tall hot air balloon to appear at the Denali’s Run the Gauntlet 5K Race at Lighthouse Point Park on Oct. 21.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation plans to install surveillance cameras on the platforms at seven more train stations.
Citigroup Inc. has hired three investment bankers for its technology investment banking group focused on software in the United States and in Europe, according to a memo published internally at the bank and confirmed by a spokeswoman on Monday.
First County Bank of Stamford recently announced chairman and CEO Reyno A. Giallongo will retire in August 2019. Giallongo has been chairman and CEO for seven years.
The Picknelly, Vann and Yee families have purchased three McLadden’s restaurants in Connecticut and Massachusetts as part of the Bean Restaurant Group.
A person has died after crashing into a state Department of Transportation truck doing work on a Connecticut highway.
Bridgeport’s century-old Columbus Day Parade will not be held this year due to disputes over police overtime.
As a single mother with a British accent who loves numbers, Marianne Lake bears little resemblance to Jamie Dimon, the longtime CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co., known for his bravado, quips and occasional profanity-laced outbursts.
Research and advisory company Garter Inc. will expand its Stamford global headquarters, signing a lease for more space at 700 Fairfield Ave. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said in a statement that the growth will add 400 new jobs to Stamford over the next five years.
Aer Lingus service at Bradley International Airport will continue for at least four more years under a new agreement made with the state. The airline will also place one of its first four A321neoLR on the Bradley to Dublin route, a new and more spacious aircraft.
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