Hartford Business Journal

June 25, 2018

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 26 • NUMBER 26 $3.00 JUNE 25, 2018 FOCUS: PAGE 10 THE LISTS: Highest-paid women executives in Connecticut Newsmakers Michael Menapace, President, Hartford County Bar Association. PAGE 3 PAGE 6 Fast and Casual Friendly's restaurant chain is pivoting to a quick-service dining model that's growing in popularity. PAGE 16 Branching Out More credit unions are adopting so-called "credit union service organizations" to boost their technology and service offerings and bottom lines. PAGE 14 Tough Haul China's new scrap restrictions are squeezing the state's recycling industry and making it more costly to convert waste into reusable materials. A new pay-equity law aims to close Connecticut's gender wage gap, but not everyone is convinced it will be effective. Women in Business PHOTO | HBJ FILE Workers at the Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority plant in Hartford remove contaminants from a single-stream recyclables conveyor belt. MIRA has slowed the belt of late to try to produce cleaner bales.

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