Hartford Business Journal

April 8, 2019

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 14 $3.00 APRIL 8, 2019 Reporter's Notebook Some manufacturers say tolls will raise their costs and hurt their ability to recruit talent. PAGE 8 THE LISTS: Top residential mortgage lenders for Connecticut Newsmakers Tenesha Grant, Director of Women's Services, Community Renewal Team. PAGE 3 PAGE 10 PAGE 16 Funding Crunch Some local nonprofits are seeing fewer donations in the wake of federal tax law changes. Gaylord Specialty Healthcare physical therapist Jill Hellstrand assists patient Vincent McManus. Gaylord is part of the shrinking corps of long- term acute-care hospitals nationwide. The industry is facing scrutiny for its high costs. Value Proposition With their costs under fire, long-term care hospitals in CT, elsewhere are fighting back. PAGE 14 HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER FOCUS: Startups & Entrepreneurs A new batch of global technology startups is in Hartford aiming to transform the insurance industry.

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