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SHU poll: Most CT residents bemoan ‘difficult’ standard of living

Most residents disagreed with the legislature's decision not to raise the state income tax on Connecticut’s wealthiest residents.

Suite Talk: John Pica-Sneeden, executive director of the Connecticut Gay &...

"A lot of the corporations I talk to are very welcoming and very eager to partner with or join with the chamber," said Pica-Sneeden.

Multimillion-dollar aircraft featured as thousands attend Westchester County Airport event

The National Business Aviation Association, which held the event, has about 11,000 corporate members.

Connecticut House of Representatives passes state budget bill

The budget will now go to the Democrat-controlled Senate.

Connecticut single-family home sales continue to slump

April marks the ninth consecutive month of single-family homes sales declining on a year-over-year basis.

Stratus on Hudson apartment building opens in Yonkers

Efforts to develop the site dating from the early 2000s were unsuccessful due to a variety of problems such as bankruptcy, foreclosure, landslides and lawsuits.

Connecticut gained 300 jobs in April

CBIA's Pete Gioia complained the job growth was "lethargic and is subpar" compared with New England.

Margaret Sheahan: White-collar overtime rules

How should Connecticut employers react to the proposed new federal rules on white-collar overtime exemptions?Not with panic, but not with a yawn, either.

Google says CT reaped $5.43B in economic activity from its search...

Connecticut ranked 15th for total economic impact driven by Google's services.

NY and CT AGs seek expanded FDA action on e-cigarettes

The attorneys general are part of a seven-state coalition urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to expand it scheduled enforcement actions against the sale of e-cigarettes.

Rating agency gives mixed analysis on NY and CT’s general obligation...

Connecticut was faulted for "increasing budgetary burdens for debt service, pension contributions, and Medicaid." *** New York “continues to face budgetary pressure, with budget gaps forecast in the general fund, prior to savings from adherence to the 2% spending benchmark.”

Connecticut single-family home sales down for eighth straight month

Single-family home sales are down 7.5% from last year.

Connecticut lost 1,300 jobs in March

"How many more jobs do we have to lose before the legislature changes its direction?" asked CBIA's Pete Gioia.

New poll finds evaporating optimism among Connecticut residents

The poll found 44% of respondents felt the state economy was not improving while 25% said it was.

New York and Connecticut rank low on new study of state...

New York ranked 50th for economic outlook for the sixth consecutive year.