A Vermont gun importer is blaming the White House for its laying off of 41 workers because the government blocked its plan to bring nearly $30 million worth of antique, American-made military rifles home from South Korea.
A greenhouse maker which is a subsidiary of a South Windsor firm is reporting a boost in sales as more states legalize the medical use of marijuana.
The keel of the nation’s 13th Virginia-class attack submarine has been laid in a ceremony featuring first lady Michelle Obama.
State economists say job growth will slow in Connecticut this year and in 2015.
Hartford HealthCare, a statewide health system that includes Hartford Hospital, and the Hospital of Central Connecticut is announcing job cuts.
A Connecticut Business and Industry Association survey finds that about 22 percent of manufacturers in the state plan to increase their workforce more than 5-percent next year.
Royal Bank of Scotland is shedding hundreds of jobs in the United States
Pfizer said Monday that it does not intend to make a takeover offer for British drugmaker AstraZeneca, pulling the plug for now on what would have been the largest deal in the industry’s history.
Starwood Hotels and Resorts will spend $30 million to expand its headquarters in Stamford, helped by a state loan of up to $5 million and $20 million in state tax credits.
Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say three former hedge fund executives have pleaded guilty to conspiracy stemming from a scheme to deceive investors in order to keep a big customer.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.