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Port study cites Bridgeport issues

A consultant determined Connecticut should invest more money in New Haven’s and New London’s port facilities than those in Bridgeport.

Verdict: Connecticut middling on business law

A think tank ranked Connecticut in the middle of the pack nationally for its legal environment’s impact on corporations.

Connecticut’s catch increases

Connecticut’s commercial fishing industry saw revenue increase 15 percent last year.

Conn. pries SBD “captive” from Vt.

Connecticut captured its first “captive” insurance entity that is currently based in Vermont.

Thompson Reuters Risk Management state’s first ‘captive’ insurance co.

Connecticut captured its first captive insurance company: Thomson Reuters Risk Management.

Report: Harbor Point ‘extraordinary’

A New York University researcher counts Stamford’s Harbor Point project among the most extraordinary in the nation.

NRDC: Conn. beach water sketchy

Connecticut’s beaches have the worst water quality of any on the Eastern Seaboard, according to a new study.

FuelCell sues Delaware over deal

FuelCell Energy sued Delaware, claiming the state improperly awarded a contract to a rival.

Dynasty trusts, death taxes spur activity

For those who went into business to create a corporate dynasty of sorts, they may get no better chance in their lifetime to pass...