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  • Legisladores no deben permitir que la víctima del chimpancé demande al estado

    Legisladores no deben permitir que la víctima del chimpancé demande al estado
    Charla Nash, quien sufrió heridas graves, alterando su vida al ser atacada por un chimpancé en el 2009, merece nuestro más sentido pésame. Un esfuerzo para permitirle presentar una demanda de $150 millones contra el estado, sin embargo, podría subvertir...
  • State Reports Weak Job Growth In 2013

    State Reports Weak Job Growth In 2013
    Job creation in Connecticut was anemic in 2013, with just 11,500 jobs created for the year, about half the job growth the state saw in the last year before the recession. The data, released Monday by the state Department of Labor, is based on preliminary...
  • Revolt Against Utility Chain Saws Stirs Connecticut's Trees

    They got the message and it was loud and clear: It's not good to be a tree in Connecticut. So like others before who felt the sting of persecution, they were pulling up roots. They were getting out of town. They were fleeing the only state they'd known....
  • Danny's Little Taste of Texas, South Windsor

    Danny's Little Taste of Texas, South Windsor
    The phrase Connecticut barbecue might never have the ring to it of, say, Memphis barbecue, Carolina barbecue, Kansas City barbecue or Texas barbecue. Sadly, much of our barbecue might be of the "remove the rack of ribs from the sleeve and slather it...
  • Frontier To Locate Insurance Unit In Stamford

    Frontier Communications, the Stamford-based telecom company that has a deal to buy AT&T's wireline business in Connecticut, will locate its captive insurance unit at its state headquarters. Captive insurance is basically a separate business with an...
  • Legislators Should Not Allow Chimp Victim To Sue State

    Charla Nash, who suffered grievous, life-altering injuries in a 2009 attack by a chimpanzee, deserves our deepest sympathies. An effort to allow her to file a $150 million lawsuit against the state, however, would overturn long-held precedents and open...
  • Winter Olympics: How NBCUniversal's Army Of Techs Conquered Sochi

    For viewers, the Winter Olympics are just 18 days of sports and entertainment. But for NBCUniversal, they're part of vast exercise in planning and logistics that stretches back to the end of the 2012 summer games in London -- and won't end for weeks...
  • Valentine All Smiles At New Bobby V's Near Bradley

    Valentine All Smiles At New Bobby V's Near Bradley
    WINDSOR LOCKS — Bobby Valentine ate a late lunch at his new, 300-seat restaurant at the Bradley Teletheater on Friday after greeting customers, a day after the place first opened to the public and two days before one of the biggest events of the...
  • Lower Revenue From Asia Weighs On Results, Forecast For Stamford-Based Starwood Hotels

    Stamford-based Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. on Thursday reported fourth-quarter revenue below Wall Street's expectations, partly due to lower occupancy and room rates in Asia, excluding China. Starwood's shares fell 3 percent in trading...
  • Chimp Attack Victim Deserves Court Hearing

    Connecticut's General Assembly should give Charla Nash, who was viciously attacked by a 200-pound chimpanzee in Stamford in 2009, the right to sue the state for its negligence in not enforcing the law that would have protected her from harm. Last...
  • January jobs report disappoints again

    January jobs report disappoints again
    The U.S. economy created a disappointing 113,000 new jobs in January, the Labor Department reported Friday. Analysts expected nonfarm payrolls to increase by 185,000 jobs last month. The unemployment rate fell again to 6.6 percent. the lowest level...