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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 30 • NUMBER 9 $3.00 March 28, 2022 Taking Flight Despite challenges from pandemic and high oil prices, serial airline entrepreneur David Neeleman is bullish on Bradley Airport. Page 12 Brand Refresh New leaders, partner structure and major tech investment move Max Hospitality restaurant group into the future. Page 23 New Normal In weeks ahead, many in-state companies are expected to implement long-term return-to-office strategies. Page 14 THE LISTS LARGEST MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESSES IN GREATER HARTFORD LARGEST WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES IN GREATER HARTFORD Deal Watch $60 million redevelopment of former Ames headquarters could give Rocky Hill a long- sought town center. Page 8 FOCUS: DEI Check out our special section on diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. Pages 26-33 PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED Andrea Hawkins is the founder of Glastonbury-based Leading Culture Solutions, a consulting firm that's been guiding small businesses through DEI efforts.

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