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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

“The important thing is for policymakers to do things that will continue this growth and, if possible, accelerate it and not do damage,” says economist Pete Gioia. bit.ly/2Q4OlBY #ctbudget #cteconomy

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State added 1,500 jobs in October, led by financial activities and professional and business services, Post-recession jobs recovery at 90%, unemployment rate unchanged at 4.2%. bit.ly/2MU6sWu pic.twitter.com/9UlMM7tCNU

3 days ago
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Second quarter #cteconomy growth was driven by the real estate, information, professional services, and #manufacturing sectors, while the finance and insurance sector contracted. cour.at/2ONhHAa

3 days ago
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We laughed, we cried (at least for James the Intern), we laughed some more. Thank you, @1lasooz for sharing your invaluable insights on #leadership! bit.ly/2Pub771

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