Hartford Business Journal

November 25, 2019

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 38 $3.00 NOVEMBER 25, 2019 Amid perpetual M&A activity, one local bank CEO pledges "we will absolutely not be acquired." PAGE 8 Auto Pilot The state has a plan to test self- driving buses on CTfastrak in 2020. PAGE 17 The Domicile Effect Trying to avoid CT taxes by becoming a part-time resident? It's harder than you think. PAGE 14 HBJ PHOTO | GREG BORDONARO Shipman & Goodwin attorney Lou Schatz represents Connecticut residents who changed their permanent address to another state, and then got caught up in a tax audit or litigation. FOCUS: BANKING & FINANCE

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