Small Business

CT Startups Edge Into Cluttered Market With Diabetes Apps

September 26, 2016
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CT Startups Edge Into Cluttered Market With Diabetes Apps

By Sujata Srinivasan When Adam Berger, 29, who has Type 1 diabetes, decided to get a sandwich from a deli, he first ran it by his mobile application ezbds, which he launched in Stamford two years ago.The app told him that in the past when he’d eaten that particular sandwich from the same deli,...

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Drug Treatment Centers Fined, Placed On Probation

February 21, 2015
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Drug Treatment Centers Fined, Placed On Probation

By: Cara Rosner A company that runs substance abuse treatment centers in New Haven and Bridgeport has been fined $10,000 and each facility has been placed on probation for two years after state health inspectors found various violations at the sites. New Era Rehabilitation Center Inc. faces the disciplinary action following unannounced inspections that...

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How To Apply For Super Storm Sandy Disaster Assistance

November 8, 2012
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Governor Dannel P. Malloy has released a useful fact sheet for Connecticut residents seeking information on how to apply for federal disaster assistance resulting from Storm Sandy.  The fact sheet provides step-by-step details on how the FEMA application process works and can be downloaded at www.ct.gov/sandy. “Right now, one of our top priorities following...

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Your Company’s Big Credit Card Problem

August 20, 2012
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Small businesses are turning to consumer cards because they have more protections than business cards. Small business owners say consumer cards are better for carrying balances for longer-term business investments, because the credit lines and the interest rates are not subject to arbitrary changes, as the interest rates on business cards are. Forty-nine percent...

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