Founded in 1976 to keep Connecticut’s construction industry competitive through continuing education, The Construction Institute at the University of Hartford is expanding its geographic reach under Nancy Greenwald to keep industry professionals up-to-date.
Connecticut legislators’ 2021 decision to provide tax incentives luring the fast-growing data center sector to the Nutmeg State is paying off in a series of proposals for large-scale server farms.
Bank economists see both credit quality and credit availability weakening over the fourth quarter of this year and the first quarter of 2023 as consumers and businesses find it hard to keep up with the current market conditions.
More small business owners in Connecticut were able to get loans backed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in 2023, increasing by 13 percent compared to last year.
The two adjoining storefronts sit at 51-55 and 57-61 Broadway, on one of the city’s main retail blocks adjoining the Yale University campus that’s also home to the popular “Shops at Yale.”
KeyBank is embracing remote work for some non-branch staff in New Haven and plans to move out of space in an office tower in that city by the end of the year.
These “baskets” were really foil roasting pans creatively wrapped and filled with essential Thanksgiving staples, accompanied by a grocery gift card to purchase a turkey.
JPMorgan Chase is reorganizing its branch network in Greenwich, closing a total of three branches while opening three other branches.