Hartford Business Journal

October 9, 2017

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 25 • NUMBER 40 $3.00 OCTOBER 9, 2017 HARTFORD BUSINESS JOURNAL Generational Divide As execs age, the future of family owned businesses in the state is under threat. PAGE 6 Newsmaker Matthew Hart, West Hartford town manager. PAGE 3 THE LIST: Commercial contractors in Greater Hartford PAGE 14 PAGE 16 Executive Profile UConn Athletic Director David Benedict is in search of new fans, facilities and revenues to support the state's flagship sports programs. Year-round Attraction Middlefield adventure destination Powder Ridge is revamping its business model to bridge four seasons of activity. Headline Subhead text goes here PAGE 8 Driving Growth Electric car sales accelerate, but advocates worry not enough for Connecticut to achieve its environmental goals. FOCUS: Construction & Transportation PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER

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