How Toyota used NASCAR to sway loyal American car buyers

One year into its NASCAR Sprint Cup experiment, Toyota took new driver Kyle Busch on a tour of its offices and plants. Not in Honshu or Hokkaido, but rather California, Texas and Kentucky.

Analysis: Jeff Bezos's space company just made a dramatic breakthrough

Jeff Bezos's space company landed the first stage of its New Shepard space vehicle this week in a breakthrough that could help dramatically lower the cost of spaceflight.

UAW, tribes on opposite sides of U.S. labor bill

A bill that would exempt Indian tribes from federal labor law likely would have little impact on southeastern Connecticut’s reservations, where the casino-owning Mashantucket Pequots and Mohegans have adopted their own labor laws.




Retailers win statewide recognition

Retailers with locations in southeastern Connecticut were among those recognized this month during the annual Connecticut Retail Merchants Association awards luncheon.

Mohegans apply for South Korean casino license

The authority's plans call for an eventual investment of $5 billion as the project unfolds over 20 years.

Charter Oak Federal Credit Union donates 700 pounds of food

Charter Oak Federal Credit Union has donated more than 700 pounds of food and $3,000 to the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center in New London to assist with Thanksgiving holiday food distribution efforts.


Chicago protesters block high-end Magnificent Mile store entrances

The Latest: Groups protesting Chicago teen's killing by officer block entrances to stores

$160 billion Pfizer, Allergan deals forms world's largest drugmaker

Pfizer, Allergan reach $160 billion deal, creating the world's biggest drugmaker by sales





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