New Haven Biz-March 2021

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newhavenBIZ Goodspeed Musicals tackles financial, artistic challenges. Bill Lee reflects on family-run Lee Co.'s COVID-19 response. Milford-based Splash Car Wash grows through innovation, acquisition. March 2021 • Volume 4 • Number 3 • $4.95 PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER On The Record President John Hopkins wants Post University to play a key role in Waterbury's urban revival efforts. | Page 10 The Lists: • Largest in-state banks • Largest out-of-state banks in Connecticut PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID SPRINGFIELD, MA PERMIT NO. 142 Finding Talent Amid worker shortage, local manufacturers think outside the box to lure new hires. | Page 16 A More Virtual Reality The coronavirus pandemic has shifted banks' branch and technology strategies into high-gear. | Page 18 PHOTO | GARY LEWIS PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED Pennies From Heaven As church properties increasingly close, commercial developers see new opportunities. | Page 14 PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED New Haven's Next Big Bioscience Star? Former Alexion execs raise $182M for Rallybio's rare disease treatments search.

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