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  • Tips for keeping your car like new

    By Mar Jennings We’ve all been there—that messy, dusty, grimy car that sits in our driveway screaming for a wash.  Oh what to do? A dirty car is without a doubt unpleasant to see.  If you’re like me you’ll try not to notice...
  • Malloy Orders Layoffs Today; No Deal Reached With Unions

    Malloy Orders Layoffs Today; No Deal Reached With Unions
    Despite numerous hours of talks over the past two months, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy ordered layoff notices to start going out Tuesday because no deal has been reached between his administration and the state employee unions. Malloy had been warning workers...
  • Sikorsky Cutting 1,400 Jobs — 180 In Connecticut; Closing Bridgeport Site

    Sikorsky Cutting 1,400 Jobs — 180 In Connecticut; Closing Bridgeport Site
    Sikorsky Aircraft is cutting its global workforce by nearly 10 percent as low oil prices reduce demand for the helicopter maker's commercial aircraft to ferry workers to offshore rigs. The Stratford-based company also cited softening international...
  • T. Rowe to outsource 220 jobs

    T. Rowe to outsource 220 jobs
    T. Rowe Price Group announced Tuesday it would outsource 220 mutual fund accounting and record-keeping jobs to New York City-based financial firm BNY Mellon this summer. The Baltimore-based money management firm said the employees would be laid off, then...
  • Sikorsky to cut 1,400 jobs, citing falling oil production

    Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. says it's cutting 1,400 jobs in the coming year as the helicopter manufacturer faces declining demand for shuttling workers to offshore oil platforms. The Stratford, Connecticut, subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. on...
  • Residents speak out on property tax break

    Residents speak out on property tax break
    If you get a phone call this week, it may be from County Executive Steve Schuh. Schuh is campaigning to get his proposed 3-percent property tax rate cut passed by the County Council — passing out fliers, making Facebook posts and recording phone...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Hollywood dipping toes into virtual reality worlds Virtual reality is creeping into our world. Once seen as a tool for alien-blasting gamers, movie studios, television producers and artists are now adopting the technology, which immerses people...
  • Our say: Council faces tough decision on tax cut

    Our say: Council faces tough decision on tax cut
    Steve Schuh, Republican, made a 3 percent cut in the property tax rate a centerpiece of his successful campaign for county executive last year, and after taking office repeatedly said it would be part of his first budget. Now it's up to the County...
  • Enrollment Drop No Guarantee Of Savings

    Enrollment Drop No Guarantee Of Savings
    School finances seem like such a simple thing. A school system, for example, has a per-pupil expenditure of $16,000. The system experiences a decline in enrollment of 50 students. So, for each of those departed 50 students who no longer use district...
  • Massive chip consolidation wave is changing semiconductor industry

    SAN JOSE, Calif. A wave of mergers and acquisitions is reshaping Silicon Valley's semiconductor industry as companies join forces to shoulder the soaring technology costs required to stay competitive. Half a dozen chipmakers in Silicon Valley,...
  • County Council could blunt Schuh's tax cut

    County Council could blunt Schuh's tax cut
    On the surface, County Executive Steve Schuh's first budget proposal seems like a slam dunk for residents. Two new libraries, a new school, police radio upgrades, bike lanes — all while implementing his key campaign promise, a property tax rate...