In July, the company had told the state that it expected to begin shutting down its Newburgh operations on Oct. 2, but the company recently extended the separation dates for 74 of the affected employees into early 2022.
New York state taxpayers are not receiving a good return on their investment in the state and Connecticut taxpayers are faring only slightly better, according...
Compared to many states, Connecticut has kept is public college and university tuition hikes largely in check according to a new study.
In Connecticut, graduates of universities and colleges face among the biggest loan burdens in the nation at $27,800 on average.
The Connecticut Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA) won Clean Energy States Alliance recognition for a solar leasing program it created.
The Cato Institute flunked Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s tax and spending record in a new report.
Connecticut did not budge on the Tax Foundation’s annual ranking of state business tax climates.
Connecticut increased its support for UConn 6 percent between 2002 and 2010, the second biggest increase among Northeast states after New York.
Northeast Utilities said customers are converting from oil to natural gas heating systems at a record pace.
A new study showed an increase in business tax collections.
While women businesses have multiplied in New York, their economic clout is middle-of-pack nationally according to a recent report.
For Jeffrey Mayer, the dawn of Soluxe Solar arrived with the departure of a New Hampshire company from his Westport house, following the installation...
Connecticut’s beaches have the worst water quality of any on the Eastern Seaboard, according to a new study.
Sturm Ruger took a stake in Kodabow, a crossbow maker in West Chester, Pa.