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Sen. Fasano blasts potential tuition increases at UConn

“For years, UConn’s spending on questionable priorities with little oversight has been out of control," said the Republican state senator.

Henkel wins CT Building Congress award for renovations to Trumbull facility

Henkel performed a total interior renovation of the pre-existing building at 4 Trefoil Drive to house its expanded laundry and home care R&D group, based at neighboring 30 Trefoil Drive.

FuelCell Energy wins bid to provide green power to state

The Danbury firm will supply 14.8 megawatts of power from its fuel cell facility in Derby and 7.4 megawatts from another in Hartford.

Norwalk’s Winchester Interconnect acquires Chinese tech firm

Winchester said the acquisition increases its capabilities in Asia and adds to its existing product offerings in the medical and life sciences market.

Politics update: Ganim in, Lauretti out of gubernatorial race

Both political parties’ primaries will be held on Aug. 14; the general election will take place on Nov. 6.

Former CT Post building in Bridgeport sells for $1.15 million

The property consists of a 57,870-square-foot, four-story brick building built in 1928 with an attached parking garage on 0.64 acres.

Murphy leads group of U.S. senators seeking improvements for shellfish farmers

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., spearheaded a letter to leaders of the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee advocating for better insurance options for shellfish farmers and the aquaculture industry.

BTX Global Logistics announces new world HQ in Shelton

BTX is a full-service transportation and logistics organization specializing in time-sensitive, heavy-weight freight and integrated solutions for customers around the world.

Stamford firm Rizing acquires Chicago SAP company

The combined entity now has more Professionally Certified SAP SuccessFactors consultants worldwide than any other SAP SuccessFactors services firm, according to Rizing.

CT Labor Dept.: Unemployment down in 90 percent of municipalities

Within Fairfield County, both Redding and Wilton had the lowest unemployment rate in 2017 at 3.6 percent, followed closely by Ridgefield and Westport, both at 3.7 percent.

Developer makes fifth pitch for Hunters Ridge project in Newtown

In its latest proposal, developer 79 Church Hill Road LLC seeks to build a single six-story building consisting of 141 rental apartments, 43 of which would be designated as affordable housing.

PDC marks 50 years under leadership of Konstantin family

PDC designs and manufactures packaging machinery for products made by the likes of Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Unilever, Pfizer, Del Monte and Diageo.

Stamford Harbor development rolls on; Hinckley Boat Yard latest addition

Over 200 residential rental units are under construction at Harbor Landing, a mixed-use waterfront development; its first occupants are scheduled to move in on June 15.

Suite Talk: Cory Gubner of RHYS

"Knowing that there are outside forces that can drive perceptions in the business, rightly or wrongly," is one of real estate's biggest challenges, Gubner said. "Sometimes people will hear certain things and overreact, even when the actual facts haven’t necessarily changed."

Malloy vetoes bill expanding apprenticeship tax credit; legislators mull override vote

In an unusual move, the governor’s fellow Democrat, House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz, called on the General Assembly to override Malloy's actions when it reconvenes in the coming weeks.