A Connecticut restaurateur isn’t sure why his establishment was selected for a visit by President Barack Obama on a trip to the state to push for a $10.10 per hour federal minimum wage.
When Connecticut struck a deal for up to $400 million in tax credits for United Technologies Corp., the sides said the company’s helicopter and aerospace divisions would remain here “for years to come.”
The Air Force says it is moving forward with plans to have Sikorsky build a new combat rescue helicopter but the program could still face major hurdles.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy pitched his economic development agenda on Wednesday to Connecticut’s largest business group, but the sides avoided a looming fight over his demand that the legislature raise the state’s minimum wage.
Webster Bank has struck a deal to become the official bank of Yale University athletics.
Last week, the kosher Crown Market in West Hartford, a staple of the Jewish community in Greater Hartford for 74 years announced, it was shutting its doors.
Legislation being proposed by Governor Malloy would let United Technologies Corporation take up to 400 million dollars in tax credits to encourage expansion of UTC operations in Connecticut, including a new headquarters for Pratt and Whitney. The company will invest up to half a billion dollars on the upgrades and up to four billion on research and other spending at the same time.
The polar vortex has some Connecticut maple syrup producers vexed.
A state official says two companies have been ordered to stop work on the University of Connecticut’s new basketball training facility after inspectors found workers were being paid in cash at wages below state-mandated levels.
Less than a week after it announced it was closing after 74 years, the kosher Crown Market in West Hartford may have a second life.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.