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  • Hooker Proposes Brewery, Restaurant Near Rock Cats Stadium

     Hooker Proposes Brewery, Restaurant Near Rock Cats Stadium
    HARTFORD — Bloomfield-based Hooker Brewing Co. will submit a bid to build a brewery and restaurant across from the proposed new minor league baseball stadium in the city, the company's owner said. Curt Cameron, the brewery's owner, is putting...
  • Foley Speaks Softly, So Read His Bumper Sticker

    Foley Speaks Softly, So Read His Bumper Sticker
    DANBURY — Tom Foley arrived for his latest listening tour in a black Audi A4 with a green bumper sticker that says, "Don't blame me, I voted for Tom Foley." It's cute, a little cheeky, even. But the sticker reflects a serious vibe that resonates...
  • Goldman's investment management business peeks out from trading's shadow

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Late last year, Goldman Sachs reached an important milestone: its investment management business surpassed $1 trillion in client money under supervision. But the achievement went largely unnoticed as shareholders focused on...
  • Mobile-mammography debate: Lifesaver or moneymaker?

    Mobile-mammography debate: Lifesaver or moneymaker?
    Like many working moms, Hope Bott of Orlando usually put her family's health needs ahead of her own, said the wife and mother of three boys. So when a mobile-mammography bus pulled up to her workplace in March, she got on board. Bott, 38, an...
  • Business lessons via road trip

      Three business school professors go into a shoe store in Maine on a whim. They come out with an idea. Inside, the trio of economists were so bugged by a salesman's persistence that they were driven to ask what the heck was happening. Soon all...
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    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. One sign that Evan Neal isn't your typical 16-year-old: He contributes several hundred dollars toward the monthly electric bill at his dad's house to cover the cost of running his energy-hungry computer equipment. It's all part of the...
  • To keep 'Hollywood' in Hollywood, tax incentives are key

     To keep 'Hollywood' in Hollywood, tax incentives are key
    Sacramento raced this month to approve a $420-million tax break for one company — Lockheed Martin. In almost the same breath, the governor and legislative leaders pledged to give a similar credit to its aerospace rival Northrop Grumman. Their...
  • Law a lifesaver for allergy emergencies: My Word

    Within the past decade, the incidence of food allergies has skyrocketed. Food allergy cases have gone up 18 percent from 1997-2007, according to the Centers for Disease Control. With this increase in food allergy cases, there is an increase in the need...
  • Common Core's marketing failure

    The following editorial appeared in the Orange County Register on Thursday, July 10: It wasn't supposed to happen like this. The cream of America's policy and education establishment came together with unprecedented swiftness to unify around the Common...
  • Ferguson relocating national sales center to Hampton, to create 171 new jobs by 2015

    Ferguson relocating national sales center to Hampton, to create 171 new jobs by 2015
    One of the Peninsula's largest employers is relocating its national sales center to Hampton, bringing nearly 350 jobs to the city. Officials with Newport News-based Ferguson, and the Hampton Economic Development Authority, announced Friday plans to...
  • Special Report-How Italy became a submerging economy

    IVREA Italy (Reuters) - Economic decline takes many shapes. In the northern Italian town of Ivrea, it looks like the abandoned, overgrown tennis courts where the employees of electronics giant Olivetti SpA once played. In the 1980s, Ivrea was a...