Hartford Business Journal

June 10, 2019

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 23 $3.00 JUNE 10, 2019 Reporter's Notebook Some in-state strip clubs are being targeted by national trademark lawsuits. PAGE 8 THE LISTS: Largest architecture firms in Greater Hartford Newsmakers Stephen Repka, Co-founder and Principal, eBenefits Group Northeast. PAGE 3 PAGE 6 Main-Stage Allure Connecticut theater executives say a tax credit could draw more Broadway tour starts to their performance houses. PAGE 16 Foreign Labor Denial rates for skilled- worker visas are soaring in Connecticut, making it harder for some employers to find STEM talent. PAGE 10 FOCUS: Construction, Design & Architecture Old Industry, New Look Travelers Cos. and the region's other old-line insurers are reimagining their office spaces. FOCUS: HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER Travelers Cos. is in the middle of a major office-space renovation that includes giving employees more natural light and better skyline views. PHOTO | ZOLNIEREK, SHUTTERSTOCK.COM

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