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New Britain Mayor To Talk With Trump About Opportunity ZonesNew Britain Mayor Erin Stewart has traveled to Washington to discuss urban renewal with President Donald Trump.
Tesla Q4 2017 Report Looks Sunny, Bodes Well For 20182017 was a big year for Tesla and 2018 is already looking up after a positive Q4 earnings report.
Connecticut Jobless Rate Unchanged In DecemberA new report shows Connecticut ended the year on a high note in terms of job gains, but the state's unemployment rate remains unchanged.
First Building of MGM Casino Opens in Western MassachusettsMGM has opened the first building of its resort casino complex in western Massachusetts.
Connecticut Joins Multi-State Net-Neutrality LawsuitAttorney General George Jepsen said Tuesday "the internet should always remain open and free."
NYC Cancels Aetna's Incentive PackageThe insurer was offered incentives to move its headquarters from Hartford to Manhattan
MGM Seeks To Become Part of Lawsuit Over Connecticut CasinoMGM Resorts International has asked to intervene in a lawsuit filed by the state and two federally-recognized Native American tribes against the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Last Location of New England Retail Chain Benny's ClosesThe final location of the 93-year-old southern New England retail chain Benny's has closed for good.
Q&A: $69B Aetna Bid Pushes CVS Deeper Into Consumers' LivesA drugstore chain that used to hawk cigarettes behind the front counter now wants to offer nutrition advice and work with your doctor to keep you healthy.
Fate of Hartford Arena Uncertain As Possible Sale ExploredThe future of Hartford's downtown arena still remains uncertain, despite last week's approval of $40 million in state bonding to help fix up the aging XL Center.
Rhode Island Real Estate Firm To Buy Benny's PropertiesA Rhode Island real estate firm has announced it will purchase the locations of southern New England retail chain Benny's, which is closing its doors this year.
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.

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