Hartford Business Journal

January 8, 2018

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 26 • NUMBER 4 $3.00 JANUARY 8, 2018 PAGE 8 FOCUS: Professional Services Avoiding Liability Amid growing scandals, employment lawyers say more Connecticut companies are putting sexual harassment training on the front burner. THE LISTS: Largest accounting firms and insurance companies in Greater Hartford and Largest lobbying firms in CT Newsmakers Mary Kay Fenton, chair of the Connecticut Business & Industry Association. PAGE 3 PAGE 6 PAGE 16 Cashing In Connecticut has adopted a new stranded tax credit program that aims to unleash millions of dollars in private investment. Airfield Outsourcing In an effort to cut costs, the Connecticut Airport Authority is looking to hire a private operator to manage some of the state's general aviation airports. Energy Deficiency After major state budget cuts, Connecticut's pioneering Green Bank is financially wounded, but has a path forward. PAGE 14

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