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Hartford Courant – Economic and demographic changes sweeping across the U.S. and internationally are beyond Connecticut’s control and limit what the state can do to power up growth, a UConn economist told lawmakers Tuesday.
CT Post – Connecticut Attorney General William Tong released Tuesday an unredacted version of the state’s lawsuit against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, revealing emails from 2001 that he said showed company co-owner and former CEO and President Richard Sackler’s “shocking and offensive” disregard for victims of the opioid crisis — an assertion contested by Sackler’s attorney.
CT Post – Connecticut’s expanded lawsuit against Purdue Pharma and its owners positions the state to more aggressively pursue its claims, but does not assure a full redress of its allegations of deceptive marketing and fraudulent finances against the much-maligned OxyContin maker.
Stamford Advocate – Charter Communications and New York officials have reached an agreement for the cable-and-internet giant to stay in the state by expanding its internet service, nine months after state regulators had ordered the firm to leave.
Professor Lucy Gilson, the head of the management department at the School of Business, has been named a Fellow of the Southern Management Association (SMA). The SMA is an affiliate of the Academy of Management and membership consists of more than 1,000 management professors, doctoral students and executives. Election to the Fellowship is based on scholarly achievements, service to the organization, and a history of contribution to the organization.