China.org– Although it is in the early stage of development, the broad application prospects of blockchain technology, combined with a new tech wave including artificial intelligence and virtual reality, are highly and widely anticipated by many U.S. experts.
Hartford Business Journal– Q&A talks with UConn Business School professor Timothy Folta and University of Hartford Barney School of Business clinical instructor Ken Goldstein about the schools’ joint insurtech program.
Stamford Advocate– Bank of America is planning to open next month its 115,000-square-foot center in the downtown financial hub at 600 Washington Blvd., the company confirmed this week to Hearst Connecticut Media.
Maekyoung Economy Daily Newspaper– While the world is in the process of innovation competition, it is said that South Korea is glad that it has participated in this competition. It is at the Academy of Mangement (AOM), which is being held in Chicago, USA, from the 10th.
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Connecticut by the Numbers– Nine Connecticut communities are among the best in the nation for starting a small business, according to student loan company LendEdu, which has produced a list of the 500 Best Cities to Start a Small Business in the U.S.