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Comptroller Lembo expands surplus projection to $470.5M

Lembo warned first-time buyers might be priced out of the housing market.

Connecticut added 500 jobs in April

The state's 8.1% unemployment rate was greater than the 6.1% national rate.

Comptroller Lembo: $249.8M surplus for state, but challenges persist

"Lower income earners are still struggling," said Lembo.

Connecticut added 5,400 jobs in March

The state’s unemployment rate is now 8.3%.

Mastercard: U.S. retail spending up 26.3% from last year

Grocery was the only retail sector with lower sales from one year earlier.

Report finds Connecticut’s independent colleges pump $15.4B into the state

The schools collectively employ nearly 30,000 people statewide.

CT Comptroller Lembo forecasts $131.4M surplus, but seeks more federal aid

“Positive economic signs, both nationally and here in Connecticut, are cause for optimism,” he said.

Suite Talk: Margaret Nunziato, executive director of Westchester Independent Living Center

"We have multiple programs that assist people with work readiness," Nunziato said.

Suite Talk: Michael Romita, president and CEO, Westchester County Association

"I don't want to see New York City crater," said Romita.

Banker John Traynor predicts economy will ‘rebound strongly’

Traynor stated President Biden is concerned about raising corporate taxes too high.

New study cites Connecticut as a best state for retirement, albeit...

Iowa and West Virginia tied for first place, Alaska ranked last.

Ray Dalio: U.S. on ‘brink of terrible civil war’

"Good words and spirit aren't enough," Dalio stated.

Suite Talk: Mary G. Gardiner, founding partner at The Blue Sandstone...

"First and foremost, we really care about the families that we work with," said Gardiner.

Connecticut lost 1,600 jobs in November

the Danbury area recorded an increase of 800 jobs in November.

Suite Talk: Michael Baston, president of Rockland Community College

"The most important priority is to stay healthy and to stay hopeful," said Baston.