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Is The State Business-Friendly?

Whether Connecticut is friendly to business is a key issue in this year’s governor’s race.


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Hartford, New Haven Did Not Share In Real Estate Trend

The Hartford and New Haven areas are two of the six real estate markets among the top 100 which did not show price increases from May of last year through May of this year.


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$1.28 Billion Contract To Sikorsky For Air Force Rescue Chopper

Sikorsky Aircraft says it has received a $1.28 billion contract to build a new combat rescue helicopter for the Air Force.



State Unemployment In May Unchanged From April, At 6.9%

The Connecticut Labor Department has released job figures for the month of May.


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Gun Importer Blames White House For Its Laying Off Dozens Of Workers

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.


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Medical Marijuana Means Business For Greenhouse Maker

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.


NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (June 2, 2014) First Lady Michelle Obama reacts as Michael Macomber, an employee of General Dynamics Electric Boat, welds her initials on a metal plate with Electric Boat President Jeffrey Geiger watching during the keel laying ceremony for Pre-Commissioning Unit Illinois (SSN 786). Illinois is the Navy's 13th Virginia-class attack submarine and is contracted for completion by 2016. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW/EXW) Jason J. Perry/Released)

First Lady Helps Commemorate Keel-Laying Of USS Illinois

The keel of the nation’s 13th Virginia-class attack submarine has been laid in a ceremony featuring first lady Michelle Obama.


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Slowing Job Growth Seen In Conn. This Year And ’15

State economists say job growth will slow in Connecticut this year and in 2015.


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Hartford HealthCare Announces Job Cuts

Hartford HealthCare, a statewide health system that includes Hartford Hospital, and the Hospital of Central Connecticut is announcing job cuts.


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Some Connecticut Manufacturers To Hire, But Needing Qualified Workers

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.


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A pile of wreckage, surrounded by exterior brick walls was left behind after a fire at Bevin Brothers in East Hampton. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

East Hampton Bell Fire Aftermath

Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.

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