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Norwalk-Based Priceline Shares FallShares of The Priceline Group Inc. fell Wednesday after a weaker-than-expected outlook tempered strong first-quarter profit and revenue results.
Fate Of $12 Connecticut Minimum Wage Bill Is QuestionableIt's questionable whether a proposal by Senate Democrats to increase Connecticut's minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020 will be acted on during this year's legislative session.
Gannett Offers To Buy Hartford Courant Parent CompanyNewspaper publisher Gannett is offering to buy Tribune Publishing Co. for approximately $388.3 million.
Bill Clears House That Would Allow Estate Liquor AuctionsA deceased person's wine and liquor collection could soon be up for auction.
Developer Wants To Acquire Stamford's 116-Year-Old FirehouseA Stamford-based commercial real estate firm is interested in purchasing and revitalizing a 116-year-old firehouse in the city's South End section.
Federal Judge Assigned To 38 Studios Case Steps AsideA federal judge has recused himself from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's lawsuit over the state's $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the failed video game company owned by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.
Board OK'd 38 Studios Settlement Without Knowing Who Would PayRhode Island's economic development agency says officials who approved a partial $12.5 million settlement last year in the agency's lawsuit over its $75 million deal with ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's 38 Studios did so without knowing where exactly the money would come from.
Lawmakers To Be Asked To Repeal Some Recent Tax IncreasesAdvocates for car washes and ambulatory surgical centers will ask Connecticut lawmakers to repeal recent tax increases affecting their businesses.
Rocky Hill Company To Pay $580,000 For Overbilling FedsA Connecticut construction company has agreed to pay $580,000 to resolve allegations it overbilled the federal government for a bridge reconstruction project.
GE Tries To Woo Investors With 'Digital Industrial' VisionGeneral Electric is promising to boost its earnings by about 15 percent in each of the next three years and dole out $67 billion to shareholders as CEO Jeffrey Immelt tries to create a "digital industrial" company.
Tribe To Build Resort In South KoreaSouth Korean government approves license for the site near the international airport in Seoul
Some Lawmakers Want More Info About Possible Third CasinoSome state lawmakers say they need to know much more about the ramifications of allowing a third casino in Connecticut before they pass any legislation approving the project.

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