Hartford Business Journal

February 18, 2019

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 8 $3.00 FEBRUARY 18, 2019 THE LIST: Largest 2018 Export- Import Bank financing deals in Connecticut Newsmakers Derrick Gibbs, CEO, Change Incorporated PAGE 3 Profit Windfall Federal tax cuts have pushed Connecticut banks' earnings to record levels. PAGE 6 PAGE 8 Reporter's Notebook Find out what convinced 35-year- old aerospace manufacturer Forrest Machine Inc. to recently move its Rocky Hill headquarters to Berlin. PAGE 14 Phase 2 The state's bioscience sector has developed a new strategic plan that aims to add 6,000-plus industry jobs over the next decade. PAGE 16 Coding Push As Connecticut faces a technology-worker shortage, momentum is building for a state-mandated K-12 computer-science curriculum. Rebecca Shomo leads Farmington High School's science department, which offers several computer-science courses related to app development and Java programming. HBJ PHOTO | BILL MORGAN

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