Young women and girls in Vermont need to know more about personal finance and find more ways to get along with each other, according to a report released Tuesday by a group of Vermont women and business leaders.
Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
Why do stores try to rush into the holiday season, and why do we care?
Following new state-approved legislation allowing the cultivation and use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, Connecticut sellers are preparing to join the newly regulated market.
The state’s leading advocate for small business owners today said the Governor’s initial focus on the horrifying tragedy in Newtown was perfectly appropriate and sincerely received. The remainder of his speech, said the National Federation […]
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is continuing to meet with companies during his trip to the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, and says one firm told him it’s interested in bringing 1,000 jobs to Connecticut.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is highlighting how the president’s proposal to create partnerships between community colleges and businesses is already underway in some Connecticut cities and towns.
The University of Connecticut’s president is urging business leaders to envision a day when the state’s research investments help transform it into the Silicon Valley of medical and engineering advances.
State lawmakers want to learn more about how the insurance industry responded to the two recent storms to hit Connecticut – the remnants of Hurricane Irene and the October nor’easter.
Businesses big and small have taken a beating from the power outages caused by the record-setting October snowstorm and the losses are only beginning to be tallied, owners and experts said Monday as tens of thousands of Connecticut homes and companies entered a second week without electricity.