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Connecticut jobless rate falls slightly in August

Connecticut has recovered 81.1 percent of the jobs lost during the March 2008-Feb. 2010 recession.

Connecticut scores poorly (again) in CNBC business survey

The state dropped 10 places in the annual report.

Survey: Connecticut’s small businesses hiring, expanding

Sixty percent of Connecticut businesses with 500 or fewer employees reported that they’re hiring in 2016, according to a new survey by the Connecticut...

Business leaders optimistic, watchful on interest rates

A recent survey shows signs of cautious optimism among business leaders with a strong expectation of an increase in interest rates by Federal Reserve.

Business groups back transportation lockbox

Stamford Chamber of Commerce chief delivers a letter in Hartford.

Dozens of employers sign on to RecruitCT job fair

RecruitCT in Trumbull will feature more than 60 organizations and 780 open jobs.

CBIA gathering elicits tale of two economies in Connecticut

Panelists at the Connecticut Business & Industry Association Economic Summit and Outlook say job creation is up but a budget deficit has not gone away.

Brian Flaherty tapped to head CBIA’s policy arm

The former Nestlé executive was also an eight-term state representative.

CBIA economist says job numbers could crimp credit flow

Several strong jobs reports in a row could spur the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates.

Survey: State’s economy is greatest challenge for businesses

A survey by the Connecticut Business & Industry Association and BlumShapiro shows cautious optimism toward economic growth and job creation.

Businesses, nonprofits take STEM to next level

In Connecticut, students are eager to gain exposure to science, technology, engineering and math.

DOL expands program to avoid layoffs

Shared Work program expands to nonprofits.

State loses 6,000 jobs in August

Five month streak of gains ends.

Doom and gloom cloud CT

Pessimism and negative state views mark leaders’ thoughts.

Transparency bill assailed

Lobbyists and state officials spoke out against a bill that would enact new mechanisms to ensure transparency around Connecticut’s business assistance programs at a March 11 public hearing, calling the measure redundant and harmful to business.