Hartford Business Journal

September 16, 2019 — Connecticut's Healthiest Employers

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 32 $3.00 SEPTEMBER 16, 2019 PAGE 6 Center Stage With a $6-million renovation, TheaterWorks is upgrading its lobby, theater and reputation. PAGE 12 Plowshares to Aeroparts In three years, an Italian maker of jet-engine compressor blades has revived a formerly moribund Farmington industrial shop, adding more than 100 jobs and targeting $100 million in annual sales. Check out our special section highlighting companies with forward-thinking wellness programs that are reducing healthcare costs and improving employee health. Newsmakers Yafit Cohn, Chief Sustainability Officer, Travelers Cos. PAGE 3 THE LISTS: Largest power generators in Connecticut and Healthiest employers in Connecticut Big Deals A little-known state corporate-incentive program has quietly doled out hundreds of millions of dollars in sales-tax exemptions. Learn how a massive $1B data-center project ended up in New Britain. PAGE 14 HBJ PHOTO | BILL MORGAN Mark Wick is part of the development group proposing to build — with the help of a major state sales-tax break — a $1 billion data-center project in New Britain, at the site of a former Stanley Works manufacturing plant. PAGE 17

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