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Career Path: From grad school dropout to Hollywood acclaim

Photo courtesy of Eric Boulanger

June 6, 2017 - 1:27pm

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Jim Koch

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In-car entertainment startup takes a backseat ride to success

From left to right, CEO Rob Flessner, VP of Sales Michael Dillon and CTO Eugene Kurdzesau testing the Vugo experience. | Photo courtesy of Vugo.

May 9, 2017 - 1:08pm

Career Path: From matchmaking to online puppy shopping

Greg Liberman with his dog Lucy | Photo courtesy of PuppySpot

May 2, 2017 - 4:34pm

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Gloria Kolb

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In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Beverlee Dacey

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Following McMahon, Connecticut women continue SBA winning streak

Carla Bartolucci, founder and president of North Stonington-based Euro-USA Trading Co. and Jovial Foods Inc., has been honored by the U.S. Small Business Association as its 2017 Connecticut Small Business Person of the Year. She is also eligible for the national award that will be given out later this year by SBA Administrator and Greenwich resident Linda McMahon. | Photo courtesy of the U.S. Small Business Administration 

March 22, 2017 - 2:13pm

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Bruce Carlson

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Nuclear option: Millstone says bill pushes electric prices lower; opponents skeptical

Representatives of Millstone Nuclear Power Station say Connecticut electricity prices are likely to drop if it's allowed to compete in a state-run procurement process as outlined in Senate Bill 106. Opponents, including AARP, say the opposite will happen. | Photo by James Mosher for Crain's Connecticut 

March 15, 2017 - 12:45pm

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