Latest Connecticut Financial
Connecticut’s private sector workers would have access to state-organized retirement plans in legislation moving through the General Assembly supported by majority Democrats, but questioned by skeptical Republicans who say the state should stay out of citizens’ investment decisions.
State Controller Kevin Lembo says Connecticut will likely end the current fiscal year with a surplus of a little over $150-million-dollars. He says that’s in line with the news that came out of the state […]
The Connecticut Council of Clergy is urging state lawmakers to increase Connecticut’s minimum wage.
United Technologies Corp. says its net income climbed and revenue rose 16 percent with help from last summer’s purchase of aerospace parts maker Goodrich Corp.
Hubbell Inc., the maker of electrical products, said Thursday that its first-quarter net profit rose 4 percent, as a recent acquisition helped boost sales.
The state of Connecticut is offering help to struggling homeowners with loan modifications, foreclosure prevention, debt management and other issues.
- Herbst To Deliver Second UConn Address 2013/04/04
- Manager With Stamford Hedge Fund Arrested 2013/03/29
- State DOT Crunches Snow Removal Dollars 2013/03/18
- Farmington Aerospace Company Sold To Private Equity Group 2013/03/18
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- 5/25 vs Indians 12:50pm
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