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Former VP of Stamford Company Accused of Insider TradingA former executive of a Stamford-based company has been accused of insider trading.
Tattoos, Martial Arts And Poker? Casinos Wooing MillennialsCasinos are bringing in tattoo studios, mixed martial arts competitions and other offbeat attractions in an effort to draw millennials.
Electric Boat President Shares Positive Business OutlookThe president of U.S. Navy contractor Electric Boat says it's a terrific time to be building submarines.
Mashantucket Pequot Tribe Rehires Ex-Leader Convicted of TheftThe tribe behind the Foxwoods Resort Casino has rehired a former leader who last May completed a federal prison sentence for stealing from his Mashantucket Pequots.
More Revealed About GE Boston DealMillions in incentives offered by the state and city
GE May Move Some Jobs To Rhode IslandGeneral Electric says it's still considering moving some jobs to Rhode Island after choosing to relocate its headquarters to Boston.
Looking Back: Key Moments in the History of General ElectricGeneral Electric announced Wednesday that it is moving its headquarters to Boston from Fairfield, Connecticut. Here is a look at more key moments in GE's history.
Massachusetts Governor Calls GE Move a 'Huge Win'Gov. Charlie Baker is calling General Electric's decision to move its corporate headquarters to Boston a "huge win" for the state and the city.
GE Cutting Thousands Of European Jobs After Takeover DealGeneral Electric Co. is cutting up to 6,500 jobs in Europe after buying a big chunk of French engineering company Alstom, but sticking to pledges to create a net 1,000 jobs in France.
General Electric Leaving Fairfield, Moving To BostonAbout 800 people work at the Fairfield location.
Site For Third Connecticut Casino May Be Unknown Until Late 2016Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes say a site may not be chosen for their proposed new casino until later in 2016.
Former UConn Student Offers Ride-Booking For Drunk StudentsA former University of Connecticut student is running a ride-booking business that caters to drunk college students who want to get to and from parties and bars on weekends.

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