Anyone traveling into Connecticut, New York or New Jersey from three additional states – Delaware, Kansas and Oklahoma – must now self-quarantine for 14 days to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The storied Manhattan clothier Brooks Brothers is filing for bankruptcy protection.
Bridgeport-based People’s United Bank processed the most Paycheck Protection Program loans in Connecticut, according to data released by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Lucky Brand Jeans plans to close 13 stores, including two in Connecticut, as it files for bankruptcy and sells itself to a prominent international clothing retailer.
New Haven’s Board of Alders gave critical backing to zoning changes that will enable the construction of the city’s next big biotech real estate project downtown.
Connecticut residents will have to wait longer to enjoy a drink in a bar or attend larger indoor and outdoor gatherings. They’ll also have to wait longer for the capacity limits to be increased in places likes restaurants and gyms.
About 61 percent of Americans think June was a good time to buy a home according to a new survey from Fannie Mae which wrapped up just before COVID-19 cases started spiking in many states outside the Northeast.
The number of houses and condominiums for sale in Greater Hartford is holding steady, although overall inventory is still far from where it was this time last year, according to new data from Zillow.
There’s a new face among one of Fairfield County’s commercial real estate brokerages.
The Federal Reserve has finalized the last piece of the Main Street Lending Program, making it now fully operational.
Even before consumers had felt the full effects of the coronavirus pandemic and economic shutdown, customers across generations considered easy-to-use online banking an important factor when looking for a new banking relationship, according to a survey by Boston-based Aite Group.
Gov. Ned Lamont, a businessman-turned-politician, mid-way into his first term, did what felt natural when he faced the prospect of large numbers of coronavirus infections spreading from neighboring New York into his state.
A former Waterbury woman became the fourth person to plead guilty in a counterfeit check scheme that defrauded banks of approximately $240,000.
A Branford retail center has seen a key tenant expand their footprint by 50 percent while singing a long-term renewal on their lease.
Christopher Town was helping a friend move into a mid-19th century home in Guilford on Sunday when he fell through a floor and landed 20 feet down in a well that had been covered up by an addition years ago.
The Warren Group is reporting the top lenders for FHA loans, as well as VA loans, home equity lines of credit and adjustable rate mortgages in Connecticut. The rankings include banks, credit unions and mortgage companies and are based on loan volume in 2019.
According to a survey by the National Association of Home Builders, the pandemic all but shut down remodeling. But with inventory low due to the pandemic, could stuck homeowners start eyeing projects?
The heads of four major Connecticut institutions of higher learning announced a plan Tuesday that would preserve, or even grow, the industry’s presence in Connecticut’s biggest city.
Democrats drove a temporary extension of a popular subsidy program for small businesses through the GOP-controlled Senate late Tuesday, an unexpected development that came as spikes in coronavirus cases in many states are causing renewed shutdowns of bars and other businesses.
Purchase mortgage applications declined for the second straight week after two months of growth, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s latest survey.