HARTFORD: Two Connecticut ticket sales company, TicketNetwork and Ticket Galaxy have filed lawsuits against acting New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood.
The company’s are asking for a declaratory judgement against New York, claiming its actions as a “deeply flawed interpretation of New York State Law.”
The filings request that the court issue a declaratory judgement regarding the lawful sale of tickets not yet in the seller’s possession.
In a new report commissioned by American Express shows women across the state are making a big impact on the Nutmeg economy – but the news isn’t entirely good.
Connecticut has an estimated 112,500 women-owned businesses, employing 95,500 and attributing to roughly $16,496,400,000 according to the eighth annual State of Women-Owned Businesses Report. The Amex report is based on analyzing data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Survey of Business Owners and factoring in relative changes in Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The report tracks to 1972, the first time the U.S. Census Bureau provided data on minority- and women-owned businesses.
CHESHIRE: Darter Properties, LLC purchased the 12,875 square foot industrial / flex building at 500 Cornwall Avenue adjacent to its existing property. Darter paid $470m,000 for the space and will use it for expansion.
Darter Properties is owned by Darter Specialties at 470 Cornwall Avenue. The company sells custom specialty items including custom sportswear, school uniforms, banners and signs, promotional items and printed forms.
The company also provides “partners,” with custom websites to sell promotional items under their own brands.
Toby Brimberg of O,R&L Commercial in Branford represented the seller, Cornwall Properties LLC and was the only broker involved in the sale.