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State of Connecticut - Business & Employment Changes Announced in the News Media
  Business & Employment Changes Announced in the News Media - State of Connecticut Last Updated: July 7, 2022
This publication lists start-ups, expansions, staff reductions, and layoffs reported by the media, both current and future. The report provides company name, the number of workers involved, date of the action, the principal product or service of the company, a brief synopsis of the action, and the source and date of the media article. Second Quarter 2022 Business & Employment Changes Announced in the News Media PDF
Startups and Expansions in Second Quarter 2022

Subway planning to move headquarters to Shelton, mayor says

Target planning to open two-floor store in Danbury Fair mall

Dutch company investing $200 million in CT facility, adding 1,000 jobs

Military contractor, shipbuilder and marine equipment provider Birdon buys two Portland marina properties

2 New Starbucks Coming To Bridgeport: Report

BJ's pays $71.6M for refrigerated warehouse in Rocky Hill

East Windsor label-maker Specialty Printing to expand into 330,000-square-foot Windsor building

Finance company Mirador LLC to bring hundreds of jobs to Stamford

Guacamole's Mexican Cuisine opens at Westfield Trumbull mall

Norwalk officials sign off on proposed warehouse

State DOT looks to hire 700 employees, with a focus on engineers

These new supermarkets expected to come soon to Connecticut

Stamford manufacturer Crane to split into two companies

Bubbly's Bubble Tea to re-open in Norwalk after being closed for two years

Layoffs and Staff Reductions in Second Quarter 2022

Connecticut employee retirements top 4,400 as July 1 deadline looms large

Two Chip's Family Restaurant Locations Close Their Doors

Seven People's United bank branches in Connecticut  to close in August

Guilford Walmart to close, one of several stores in the nation being shuttered due to weak sales

After 40 years, Bridgeport Mexican restaurant Taco Loco will close,

Rite Aid closing one of two Cheshire locations

WARN Notices for Second Quarter 2022

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