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.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has told the state’s largest business group with which he’s sometimes disagreed that he’s pursuing a fiscally conservative budget that will put state finances on the right track.
A new survey from the Connecticut Business and Industry Association finds a continued erosion of confidence among Connecticut business leaders.
Some Connecticut groups issued statements in response to Governor Malloy’s remarks.
The business community welcomed Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s call today for state lawmakers to work together and focus on job growth and economic development during the 2013 General Assembly session. “We support the Governor’s statement […]
The state’s largest business organization today congratulated Governor Dannel Malloy and state legislators for the hard-fought passage of education reform legislation, calling it the signature bill of the 2012 General Assembly session. “Governor Malloy […]
Part 1 Guests: Judy Resnick, executive director CBIA Education Foundation and Dr. Cam Vautoiur, “Project Opening Doors,” advanced placement in math, science, technology Part 2 Tylenol and blood pressure. Dr. Patrick Campbell, hypertension specialist, University […]
S&C discuss the whats upcoming for the next legislative session with CBIA’s Bonnie Stewart.
C&S talk with Joe Brennan, Senior Vice President of Public Policy for the Connecticut Business and Industry Association.
C&S discuss Connecticut’s economy with the VP of CBIA.com, Peter Gioia.