Groups Urge State To Reform Taxes, Encourage CooperationRetaining Connecticut's workforce, overhauling taxes and fees, and creating regional cooperation are some of the recommendations from a recent economic summit held by an unusual coalition of state interest groups.
Survey Finds More Connecticut Businesses Reporting ProfitsA survey of Connecticut businesses released Friday found that nearly two-thirds showed a profit over the past year, but many are considering out-of-state options for expansion.
Ads By Florida, Indiana Spook Connecticut Business GroupsConnecticut business groups continued to put pressure on state lawmakers Monday to roll back proposed tax increases, pointing out how states are actively trying to take advantage of the situation and lure away businesses.
Conference To Review Connecticut Business ClimateBusiness executives and economists are set to gather at a conference to review what's going well in Connecticut and what isn't.
Some Connecticut Manufacturers To Hire, But Needing Qualified WorkersA 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.
Parsing Connecticut's Economy Connecticut businesses are gathering today to review the state of the economy in Connecticut.
Malloy, Business Organization Avoid Minimum Wage Talk
Businesses Still Troubled By Conn. Transportation