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An update on New York’s building service industry wage law

It would appear that New York building owners are exempt from paying live-in superintendents overtime wages -- but that is not the case.

Maplewood finishes 2 senior communities

Maplewood Senior Living has finished construction on its two senior living communities in East Norwalk and Darien.

Greenwich man to lead Webster Private

Webster Financial Corp. hired a BNY Mellon and Goldman Sachs veteran to lead its private banking operations.

From PowerPoint to policy

A task force determined that Connecticut taxes similar businesses “inequitably” on the basis of their corporate structure, and recommended major changes.

Tax panel makes recommendations

A task force determined that Connecticut taxes similar businesses “inequitably” on the basis of their corporate structure, and recommended major changes.

Coldwell Banker expands with Richter

Coldwell Banker is absorbing Century 21 Richter offices in Fairfield, Stratford and Trumbull.

Panel readies report on business tax

On Sept. 27, a panel releases its final report that could have major implications for how Connecticut taxes businesses.

Champions in health care … reform

As January 2014 approaches, do you know the people crafting Connecticut’s new health system?

Help Wanted: Labor chief

If Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s choice for labor commissioner seemed out of sync with his other senior administrative posts – economic development the primary...

Diageo debuts on freezer shelf

Diageo unveiled a new line of frozen cocktail pouches.

Maplewood homes take shape

The ongoing evolution of assisted care is taking shape in Darien and Norwalk, as Maplewood Senior Living readies two new homes in addition to...

Malloy to address entrepreneurs

Gov. Malloy will address entrepreneurs Friday at a CBIA event in Hartford.

Invention intensity?

Inventors are eyeing a one-year transition to a new system for awarding patents.

Small Business Express goes exponential

Amid big demand for a new Small Business Express program, Connecticut may allow larger companies to get incentives.

CEO puts know-how to the test in N.Y.

After absorbing $111 million in charge offs on Long Island, People’s United is expanding again in New York.