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Connecticut Business and Industry Association

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  • The Stan Simpson Show: Texas Taking Connecticut Jobs, Food Addiction

    In the first segment, Peter Goia, an economist with the Connecticut Business and Industry Association. and Greg Bordonaro, editor of the Hartford Business Journal, share their perspectives on Connecticut’s stagnant economy and Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s attempt to lure Connecticut companies.
  • State Officials Concerned Over Toxic Waste From Fracking

    State Officials Concerned Over Toxic Waste From Fracking
    Connecticut is betting big that natural gas will give us a cheaper and cleaner energy future than fuels like oil and coal. The problem with that wager could turn on how we're going to handle fracking and the hundreds of millions of gallons of toxic...

    CBIA Names Andrea Comer To Lead Education Foundation

    CBIA Names Andrea Comer To Lead Education Foundation
    Andrea Comer, a veteran of Hartford city politics and until last summer an administrator of the FUSE charter school management group, has been named executive director of an education foundation for the state's largest business association. The...

    Connecticut's Hiring Hasn't Been This Good Since 1998

    Connecticut's Hiring Hasn't Been This Good Since 1998
    Job growth in 2014 was the strongest it has been in Connecticut since 1998, with 26,700 net new jobs, according to a preliminary estimate from the state Department of Labor. In 1998, the state's employers added 28,300 jobs. In December, payrolls grew by...

    Just-In-Time Scheduling To Come Under Scrutiny At Capitol

    Just-In-Time Scheduling To Come Under Scrutiny At Capitol
    HARTFORD — With sophisticated computer programs, employers have data to predict how many people will be needed for a Tuesday lunch rush if it's raining, or on a sunny Saturday afternoon at the mall in December. The workforce analytics company...