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Last year in Connecticut, bankruptcy filings dropped to their lowest level since 2007 at the brink of the recession, according to newly published data by the U.S. Courts, even as the Federal Reserve reported household debt nearing an all-time high.
The framed Serenity Prayer sits on Gary Mendell’s shelf in Norwalk, but long before that it was on his nightstand, helping him face many...
As U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal was in Hartford on Oct. 12 calling for $18 billion in fines against Volkswagen after it admitted to cheating vehicle emissions tests, auto dealers in southwestern Connecticut said they have yet to see an impact on sales.
Even as corporate whistleblower cases grow more prevalent nationally, a decision by Connecticut’s highest court could embolden workers.
Developers are pushing ahead with a plan to build a home improvement store on a portion of the Cytec Industries property on Stamford’s West Side.
Bank of England and other lenders are experimenting anew with the “correspondent” business model.