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CONNECTICUT'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 32 • NUMBER 4 $3.00 FEBRUARY 19, 2024 Politics & Policy As CT preps for increase in beverage container recycling, grocers worry they'll be inundated with cans and bottles. Page 8 Regulatory Overreach? Fintechs urge action after new banking regulations drive 'earned wage access' services from CT. Page 24 Building A Pipeline CT has an engineer shortage; some colleges are working to address the need. Page 12 Technology & Innovation Cheshire company builds broadcast stages, mobile sets for ESPN, MLB Network and Court TV; after recent sale, it has even higher ambitions. Page 6 FOCUS: Banking & Finance Out-of-state banks eye continued expansion in CT. Page 22 HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER Seizing Opportunity Amid post-pandemic rebound, Max Hospitality eyes growth with expanded Hartford presence, new golf simulator concept. Page 14 Max Hospitality CEO and President Scott Smith (left) with Vice President Steve Abrams in their newest downtown Hartford location, Bar Max.

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