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A 33-year-old Brookfield Avenue woman was arrested on a warrant early Wednesday after she was spotted by police walking near her home.
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4 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
The bankruptcy judge overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy case on Wednesday suspended a hearing on a $350 million post-petition financing to end interest-rate swaps, urging the city to renegotiate the deal.
8 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Three former Irish bank executives, including the ex-chief executive of one of the country's largest lenders, have been charged with conspiracy to defraud in the run-up to the country's banking crisis, a court heard on Wednesday.
8 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
11 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
U.S. private-sector activity continued to expand in December as service-sector growth picked up and hiring increased, an industry report showed on Wednesday.
Jim Coffey, of Milford, takes his dog Tobey for a snowy walk along West River Street in downtown Milford, Conn.
Bank of New York Mellon should be ordered to return about $337 million to Sentinel Management Group Inc, a U.S. futures broker that went bankrupt in 2007, according to a court filing made by the bankruptcy trustee.
Schools often double as polling places such as the Dr. F. H. Mayberry School in East Hartford, which gives students, at those that remain open, a good lesson in civics.
American Airlines Group Inc and its insurers have agreed to pay $135 million to Cantor Fitzgerald to settle the financial services company's lawsuit over business and property losses suffered in the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, in which 658 of its employees were killed.
The foundation that controls Danish oil and shipping group A.P. Moller-Maersk is to transfer its stake in the business to a new holding company to boost the group's financial flexibility.
"Dashing through the snow" and "sleigh bells ring" aren't just lyrics, they're actual experiences in Connecticut in the winter.
A top official with the United Auto Workers said the American labor union wants to eliminate the two-tier wage system that pays new automotive workers at a lower rate than veterans.
German public sector lender HSH Nordbank confirmed it is setting aside 127 million euros to cover possible tax liabilities following an internal probe into suspected tax avoidance by clients.
A survey by Scotch Tape found that one in four Americans puts off wrapping gifts until a day or two before the holiday, and about the same number admit experiencing gift wrapping disasters when they finally get around to the task.
The U.S. current account deficit was the smallest in four years in the third quarter as exports increased and more income was earned abroad, a government report showed on Tuesday.
Tom Hayes, a former UBS and Citigroup trader, on Tuesday pleaded not guilty in a London court to charges that he had sought to manipulate Libor benchmark interest rates with employees from around 10 leading banks and brokerages.
Leaving the spotlight of the European Central Bank for a back-office position in a German ministry that pays a fraction of the salary might look at first glance like professional suicide for Joerg Asmussen.
The European Union has reached a preliminary deal on forcing companies to change their accountants on a regular basis to improve book-keeping quality, the bloc's presidency Lithuania said on Tuesday.