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UConn claims to generate $5.3B in economic activity

The Storrs campus had the greatest economic impact by contributing $2.7 billion to state output.

Warren Group finds sales and prices rise in Connecticut’s housing market

The $258,000 single-family home median sales price was a 12-year high for the month of November.

Connecticut and New York top two surveys by moving companies for...

Idaho topped both surveys as the state with the highest level of inbound migration.

New York and Connecticut record declining populations

Forty states and the District of Columbia saw population increases.

Connecticut gained 900 jobs in November

The labor market in the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk corridor shed 900 jobs last month, the largest number for Connecticut’s metro areas.

CT casinos post second consecutive month of higher slot revenue

Last month, Mohegan Sun paid the state $11.4 million and Foxwoods paid $9.5 million.

Suite Talk: Wilder Rumpf, CEO of FinTron Invest

"We plan to donate 5% of net profits to charity and 1% of gross revenue to a student loan forgiveness plan program," said Rumpf.

Connecticut’s median home sale prices hit October highs

The median single-family home sale price was $255,000, a 12-year high for the month of October.

CT Comptroller Lembo projects $31.6M budget deficit for FY 2020

The comptroller insisted the state "must maintain financial discipline."

‘Money Grab’: New Yorkers push back on CT governor’s plan...

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s plan to impose tolls on motorists using I-684 where the highway through Westchester crosses a sliver of Greenwich, Connecticut, hit...

Connecticut considers new goal of 500K electric vehicles by 2030

The draft report highlighted low-income resident as potential electric vehicle buyers.

Gov. Lamont debuts online resource highlighting Connecticut’s opportunity zones

Connecticut has 72 opportunity zones in 27 municipalities.

Rising sales and prices on Connecticut’s homes

The year-to-date median sale price on single-family homes is $264,000.

CT attorney general seeks federal cooperation on achieving clean energy goals

"Connecticut has committed to a carbon free electric grid by 2040, but we can't get there with FERC tying our hands," said Tong.

Connecticut added 3,600 jobs in September

Private-sector employment is up by 10,500 seasonally adjusted jobs over September 2018. The state Department of Labor also revised the August job gain of 2,800 down to a gain of 1,200.