The company that owns Papa Gino’s pizza parlor and D’Angelo sandwich shop chains announced Monday it has closed about 95 locations throughout New England, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and reached an agreement to sell the business.
Rocky Hill-based title insurance underwriter CATIC has launched a new municipal guide app compatible with iOS and Android phones and tablets.
A New Milford man who owns several companies in the building industry pleaded guilty to tax evasion after failing to pay more than $1.2 million in federal taxes between 2007 and 2014.
A 58-year-old Hartford man pleaded guilty this week to bank fraud and identity theft charges stemming from a mail theft and check-cashing scheme.
Lowe’s Companies Inc. is closing its store in Orange along with 50 others in the U.S. and Canada, according to its website.
There is only one Papa Gino’s location left in Connecticut after the company suddenly announced closures all over New England, according to multiple news reports.
The Glastonbury-based digital payments firm Payrailz has secured another key financier.
Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has completed its acquisition of Syntimmune.
The parent company of Patriot Bank has appointed an industry veteran and former top regulatory official with the U.S. Small Business Administration to its board of directors.
A New York-based real estate investor has acquired Freshwater/Stateline Plaza, a 300,588-square-foot shopping center anchored by Costco in Enfield.
An investment property at 795 and 797 Savin Ave. in West Haven has been purchased for $605,000.
Five Connecticut communities have been given a silver certification from Sustainable CT for their efforts to promote environmentally responsible practices.
A medical billing company has subleased 20,000 square feet at 20 Thompson Road in Branford previously occupied by Seton Nameplate – The Brady Corp.
Residents in Connecticut are paying some of the highest rates in the country for utilities.
One Romanian national was sentenced and two Romanian nationals plead guilty earlier this week in federal court in Boston in connection with an ATM skimming scheme operating throughout Massachusetts and other states including Connecticut, New York and South Carolina.
Torrington Municipal and Teachers Federal Credit Union and Consolidated Control Corp. Federal Credit Union recently received grants from the NCUA.
Elijah Chin, 28, of Federal Way, Washington, was sentenced earlier this week to 30 months of imprisonment, followed by two years of supervised release, for fraud and identity theft offenses stemming from a credit card fraud scheme. He was also ordered to pay full restitution.
The University of Connecticut’s board of trustees has approved a $45 million plan to build a hockey rink on campus.
A new 19,000-square-foot school expansion upon the existing Riverside Magnet School has been completed in East Hartford.
Cigna Corp. on Thursday reported third-quarter profit of $772 million.
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