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What CFOs need to know to start AI deployment
The numbers sound promising. PwC estimates that artificial intelligence (AI) could contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the global economy in 2030. In Singapore, 86% of the 150 CFOs recruitment agency Robert Half surveyed earlier this year...
Future workplaces should offer an improved ‘human experience’
Employers should think less about new technology and more about improving the “human experience” when considering the future of work, according to a workplace culture expert. Bruce Daisley, EMEA vice-president at Twitter, said organisations...
With outlook bleak for public option, lawmakers shift to new 2020 health care agenda
A day after the legislative session ended and still reeling from the defeat of a sweeping public option bill, lawmakers and Gov. Ned Lamont vowed in June to revive the health care overhaul next year. But as the General Assembly gets closer to...
Stanley+Techstar’s Demo Day bolsters Hartford as a budding venue for tech startups
A nervous excitement filled the air at Hartford’s Bushnell Theater Monday, as CEOs from 10 startups involved in Stanley+Techstars Accelerator mingled with more established members of the business community, before pitching their companies...
OHS HealthscoreCT Gets a Cost Estimator for Medical Care
The Connecticut Office of Health Strategy (OHS), joined by Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz, Senator Matt Lesser, co-chair, and Senator Kevin Kelly, ranking member, of the legislature’s Insurance and Real Estate Committee, today launched the...
Build now, pay later? It’s not going to be that easy.
As Gov. Ned Lamont fishes for legislative support for his new transportation plan, he’s dangling some juicy bait: hundreds of millions in low-interest federal loans that can rebuild infrastructure and jump-start Connecticut’s economy now — but...
Struggling To Retain Millennials And Gen Z? Here Are 4 Reasons Why
If you’re struggling to retain Millennial and Gen Z employees, you’re not alone. Millennials and Gen Z are far more critical and demanding of their employers than previous generations. This is partially due to the current job market, where...
Labor applauds the Greenwich governor it helped elect
Connecticut’s millionaire governor delivered a populist message Friday in his first appearance before the AFL-CIO since taking office, highlighting first-term victories on their behalf and asking them to pressure Democratic legislators to back a...
Developer Breaks Ground On New Energy Efficient Data Hub
Manufacturing by Stanley Black & Decker ended in the buildings on Curtis Street about 30 years ago, but the buildings were too well-built to be torn down and will shortly become home to a $1 billion energy and data center. The reinforced...
‘Earn As You Go’: Connecticut’s Chief Economic Development Officer Proposes New Tool
David Lehman has been on the job as Connecticut’s economic development commissioner for seven months and he has big plans to change the state’s approach to growing jobs and the economy. No longer will the state lead with upfront grants or loans...