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In brief

News and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Sikorsky in line for new U.S., Aussie deals

Sikorsky could receive $3.3 billion in Pentagon contracts in fiscal 2012.

Minnesota a model for college governance

The governor wants to govern Connecticut colleges the same way as Minnesota.

Malloy to overhaul taxes, government

Governor proposes a radical restructuring of state government.

Malloy treads line on unions

As Connecticut unions dropped members, they gained a major voice in state government.

Health care and insurance in brief

Health and insurance news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Health in brief

Health news and notes from around New York

Worker development at crossroads

The governor bypassed work-force development experts in favor of a union boss at the helm of the department of labor.

With tax credits, health reform arrives

Businesses are eyeing their first tangible benefit under health reform – tax credits.

Business news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Native computer pioneer dies Perhaps Fairfield County’s greatest export to the computer age died on Feb. 6, after Digital Equipment Corp. founder Kenneth H. Olsen...

Training wheels in motion?

Training budgets were flat in 2010 but could be rebounding.

Carving out jobs

Gov. Dannel Malloy makes a choice for the voice of labor and job growth in the state.

Technology in brief

Technology news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Law in brief

Legal news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut

Good tax policy drives state revenues

As policymakers look for solutions to the state’s fiscal crisis, it’s important to understand how good tax policy drives, not deprives, state revenues.