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Connecticut Economic Development

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Top Connecticut Economic Development Articles

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  • Tax Study Can Help Fix State's Rudderless Economy

    Tax Study Can Help Fix State's Rudderless Economy
    During the campaign for governor, it is safe to assume that economic issues will be discussed in detail. As the conversation meanders through familiar territory — deficits, debt, unfunded liabilities, job data, taxes and expenditures — one...
  • Economic Journal Should Live On — Online

    If it has run its course, The Connecticut Economy shouldn't be killed, it should be replaced. The one thing this state doesn't need right now is less information. The quarterly publication from the University of Connecticut's economics department will...
  • Sentiment In Hartford Stadium Neighborhood: Play Ball!

    Sentiment In Hartford Stadium Neighborhood: Play Ball!
    Hartford would appear to be divided by the Rock Cats stadium plan if you follow the political winds at city hall. But along Albany Avenue and Main Street, where the ballpark would greatly affect residents of the Clay Arsenal and Upper Albany...
  • Back9Network CEO/Founder Jamie Bosworth Resigns

     Back9Network CEO/Founder Jamie Bosworth Resigns
    Jamie Bosworth, founder and CEO of the Back9Network – a fledgling golf lifestyle TV and online programmer based in Hartford – has resigned, the company announced Friday. Bosworth quit "to pursue other career opportunities," Back9 confirmed in...
  • Wethersfield Putting Its History Down In Panels For Interpretive Trail

    WETHERSFIELD — America's first cavalry unit mustered in Wethersfield, the nation's first and second presidents both visited First Church, and the most famous elm tree in America once stood on the Broad Street green. Those are just a few of the...
  • Mass. High Court: Casino Repeal Will Go To A Vote

    Mass. High Court: Casino Repeal Will Go To A Vote
    The high court in Massachusetts ruled Tuesday that a petition to effectively ban casinos will go to a vote in November, potentially erasing plans for destination resorts in Springfield and Greater Boston. At the least, the decision delays the start of...
  • Connecticut Ranks 46th In CNBC Ranking

    The cable business news channel CNBC has released its annual list of America's Top States for Business, and Connecticut is near the bottom at No. 46. "The Constitution State offers world-class education, and strong access to capital. It is one of the...
  • Bridgewater Associates Abandons Plan To Build in Stamford

    Yachters and local planning and zoning officials seem to have won their battle with the world's largest hedge fund, whose CEO wanted to build a $750 million headquarters on the Stamford waterfront. Bridgewater Associates, which announced its plans to...
  • Why Malloy Must Pay For Part Of Rock Cats Plan

    Why Malloy Must Pay For Part Of Rock Cats Plan
    For those of us who follow economic development in Connecticut, it seems odd to see the Rock Cats saga unfolding without Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. The governor's apparatus kicks into gear every time a bakery considers expanding in Bozrah, and he's been...
  • Recession Was The Mother Of Invention

    Recession Was The Mother Of Invention
    PLYMOUTH — The housing crash devastated firms in construction — site developers, home builders, carpenters, electricians — but the seismic waves went far beyond that epicenter. Kim Pelletier, president of Truck Builders of Connecticut,...
  • Presentation July 10 On Affordable Care Act For Small Businesses

    With rules on small business Obamacare health coverage creating ongoing confusion, the Community Economic Development Fund is hosting a free presentation next week for small business owners on the Affordable Care Act. The meeting is from 5:30 p.m. to 7:...