Connecticut added 5,400 jobs in March

The state’s unemployment rate is now 8.3%.

United Rentals pays $996M for General Finance Corp.

General Finance has a network of 106 branches and more than 900 employees.

SHU poll: Nearly two-thirds of CT residents support legalizing marijuana

Approval of Gov. Ned Lamont’s job performance rose from 55.9% to 57.3%.

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Somers security company founder says tragedy and taxes led to bankruptcy

“Losing the Con Edison contract equated to a nearly 85% loss of revenue,” Michael Smith says, “so I made the decision to wind down and close Griffin Security.”

First County Advisors founder Dave Metzgar retiring

Succeeding Metzgar will be Charles B. Carroll Jr., who joined First County Advisors’ senior management team in December 2020 following a decade as a director of Sales Partnerships at TD Ameritrade. 

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Synchrony and Gap to shut down credit card partnership

Barclays will pick up Gap's credit card portfolio in May 2022.

Armonk attorney sued four times for allegedly stealing from clients

DeLitta “will be imminently disbarred as an attorney,” Glen Wundeler claims, for “the theft of funds entrusted to her by her clients.”

Connecticut housing market generates double-digit growth

Warren predicted that “we’re in for a red-hot spring and summer market.”

CT publishes guide for starting a skilled trades career

The guide is available in seven languages.

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