Hartford Business Journal

February 4, 2019

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 6 $3.00 FEBRUARY 4, 2019 THE LISTS: Largest bioscience/ biotechnology companies in CT and Largest NIH grant winners in CT Newsmakers Neil O'Leary, President, Connecticut Conference of Municipalities; Waterbury Mayor. PAGE 3 Reporter's Notebook The developers of Hartford's Spectra apartments say their focus isn't just on creating new housing. They're trying to build downtown "communities." PAGE 8 PAGE 6 PAGE 16 Cost Competitive As solar prices continue to fall, developers say the state's restrictive siting policies are inhibiting the industry's growth. Broadway Appeal Musical royalties have lifted Hartford Stage's finances in recent years, but other pressures have weighed on its bottom line. PAGE 14 Beyond the Humanities To assert relevance, liberal-arts colleges are adopting skills-training programs and business partnerships. Sonia Cardenas is the vice president of strategic initiatives at Trinity College, which recently inked a training-program partnership with tech giant Infosys. HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER

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