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Report: Connecticut Loses 2,000 Jobs in SeptemberNew figures show Connecticut lost 2,000 jobs in September, capping what's been a slow third quarter for job growth.
Malloy Touts State's Workforce, Lifestyle in Amazon HQ BidGov. Dannel P. Malloy is touting Connecticut's educated workforce, quality of life and location between Boston and New York in the state's bid for Amazon's second headquarters.
Connecticut to Join Suit to Stop Trump Health Care OrderDemocratic Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman says the move will make it harder for insurers to do business in Connecticut.
Struggling Family-Owned Farms Continue To Disappear"It's kind of the end of an era," said Bristol's Paul Minor.
Boeing, Airbus Raise Alarms Over United Technologies, Rockwell DealAirplane makers Boeing and Airbus raised concerns Tuesday about the proposed tie-up of industrial company United Technologies and aerospace parts maker Rockwell Collins, saying that the deal could raise costs or slow the production of planes. Boeing and Airbus both buy equipment from United Tech and Rockwell Collins.
Tech Firm to Pay $3.5M in Settlement Over Preloaded SoftwareThe states involved in the settlement are Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, and more.
Pratt & Whitney's $10B Jet Engine Losing Out To GE CompetitorEast Hartford based Pratt & Whitney's marquee jet engine lags far behind General Electric in the competition for orders.
United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes Among Those Who Quit Trump Business CouncilUnited Technologies C.E.O. Greg Hayes was among the executives who resigned from President Trump's business council following the president's remarks blaming both sides for the deadly violence at the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.
Courtney, Larson Support Proposal Granting Early Access To MedicareMembers of Congress from Connecticut are seeking to change a federal law to allow people approaching retirement age to buy Medicare health coverage before they would otherwise be eligible for the program.
Amazon, In Sign of Growth, Holds Job Fair for US WarehousesAmazon is holding a giant job fair and plans to make thousands of job offers on the spot at nearly a dozen U.S. warehouses.
TD Bank Could Pay $9 Million To Coin-Counting Machine Users In Class-Action LawsuitTD Bank customers were allegedly shortchanged by nearly 1,200 "Penny Arcade" coin-counting machines up until 2016.
Legal Setback For Anthem In Battle With CignaJudge rejected Anthem's request to extend a temporary ban blocking Blomfield-based Cigna from pulling out of a proposed 48 billion dollar merger

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