Milford residents express support for workers staying home with their families after memo leaked ordering Westfield Connecticut Post Mall to open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
The Price Chopper supermarket chain plans to change the name of its 135 stores in six states to Market 32 in a $300 million rebranding move.
A Connecticut company is selling a plush stuffed animal designed to represent the Ebola virus.
Nurses, medical assistants and other health care workers at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital Medical Group have rejected an attempt to organize a union.
Foxwoods Resort Casino says the mall it’s building will ratchet up the competition for gamblers and shoppers being lured by Massachusetts.
Some of the world’s largest online shopping sites use “price discrimination” to charge users different prices for the same products based upon shoppers’ personalized search histories, geographical location, and even the type of computer or smartphone being used to make the purchase.
Health insurer Aetna will spend $400 million on a technology company that could strengthen its push into a relatively small but growing area of employer-sponsored coverage: private exchanges that let workers choose their own plans.
Warren M. Anderson, who headed Union Carbide Corp. headquartered in Danbury when a chemical leak killed thousands of people in India in 1984, has died in Florida at 92.
Cigna Corp. (CI) on Thursday reported third-quarter earnings of $534 million.
Connecticut is helping FuelCell Energy Inc. expand its Torrington manufacturing facility with $20 million in loans and tax credits.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.