Lorri Baldwin has become the new general manager of Bloomingdale’s White Plains as the company celebrates its 150th anniversary nationwide.
In Connecticut, graduates of universities and colleges face among the biggest loan burdens in the nation at $27,800 on average.
A new report by Ernst & Young paints an unusual picture of Connecticut’s state and local business taxes.
Four years after Connecticut created a new law authorizing “captive” insurance companies here, Thomson Reuters became the first to establish one here
After vetting the securities formed from bad mortgages, Clayton Holdings is now helping banks – and the federal government – work through those loans.
The governor wants to govern Connecticut colleges the same way as Minnesota.