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Continuing flight from New York City and ambitious plans to improve Connecticut's rail system bode well for the future, although one local economics professor wonders if it will truly last.
Bruhl discusses what he sees as the county’s strengths, the Business Council’s hopes for the state’s incoming governor – and how the state needs to look beyond its borders for more opportunities.
Originally focused on the fast-growing city’s downtown area, it has since expanded to include all of Stamford.
The governor said that Connecticut’s long-term financial obligations to state employees remain a key problem, with 82 cents of every dollar the state collects going to pensions.
Frustration over a lack of detail leaves observers hopeful but wary.
The program’s mission is to work more closely with regional groups to help support Connecticut’s $14 billion tourism industry.
The Business Council of Fairfield County recently hosted several legislative leaders as part of breakfast forum dedicated to addressing the state's budget crisis.
The Business Council of Fairfield County will honor dozens of county and companies large and small for their initiatives to promote the health of their employees.
Joseph Tracey, Executive Vice President and Special Advisor to the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, will provide an in-depth look at the tristate economic outlook with special emphasis on Fairfield County.
Talk of a Connecticut exodus has swirled for years, but analysts paint a less bleak picture with a closer look behind the numbers.
The area’s skilled workforce will continue to draw new companies in spite of potential challenges, says The Business Council of Fairfield County's chief.
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