Fed Raises Rates Quarter Point As expected, the Federal Reserve will hike its key short-term rate.
State Jobs Report: Employment Flat For 2016, Up In JanuaryA new employment report from the state Labor Department shows that the number of jobs in Connecticut was flat last year. The number of jobs jumped by 5,700 in January of this year.
Aetna Exploring Cost Cutting MeasuresAetna says it's looking for ways to reduce it's operating costs.
Report: Economic Inequality Increasing In ConnecticutEconomic inequality is growing in Connecticut, and a new report says that's putting a huge burden on low-wage workers and minority families. The report from "Connecticut Voices for Children" documented a long-term shift in jobs and wages in the state.
Connecticut REALTORS: Housing Sales Up In MaySingle family home sales rose in the month of May, according to Connecticut Realtors.
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.
CT Gas Prices Likely To Remain LowConnecticut is closing out 2015 with the second lowest gas prices in a decade.
State Economic Growth Disappears A report by University of Connecticut economists says the state's economic growth has evaporated.
Malloy Defends Connecticut EconomyGov. Dannel P. Malloy is defending Connecticut's economy that statistics show is gradually improving.
Study: Millions Generated By Tourism In Connecticut
New Car Sales Up In Connecticut In '14
Budget Advisor Says State's Economy Is Improving A top budget adviser to Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Friday that Connecticut's economy is showing signs of improvement despite a projected $99.5 million revenue shortfall this year and projected $1 billion deficits in each of the next three fiscal years.