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Connecticut to review Northeast Utilities-Nstar deal

Connecticut to review Northeast Utilities-Nstar deal
Connecticut regulators now say they will consider whether they have authority to approve a massive power company merger between Northeast Utilities in Hartford and Nstar in Boston.

Connecticut’s “Jewish Movers & Shakers For 2010” List Announced By The Connecticut Jewish Ledger
Hartford – The Connecticut Jewish Ledger newspaper today released its list of Connecticut’s “Jewish Movers & Shakers for 2010”. Selected by the newspaper’s editors, this year’s group of 22 accomplished business professionals and community leaders are being recognized for their leadership and the impact they made in the Jewish community in Connecticut during this past year.

Connecticut Booster, Unhappy With New Football Coach, Wants His Million Back
Booster Got Pissed: Connecticut booster Robert G. Burton has asked the university to take his name off the football facility and return his $ 3 million donation. The purported adult was not consulted when Connecticut hired Paul Pasqualoni. His preferred choice? Steve Addazio. [Hartford Courant]

North Carolina Tar Heels, Michigan State Spartans close to aircraft carrier game
North Carolina and Michigan State are closing in on a deal to play a basketball game on an aircraft carrier next season.

North Carolina, Michigan State may play basketball on aircraft carrier in San Diego
The University of North Carolina and Michigan State University would play the game on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

North Carolina, Michigan State finalizing details for game on aircraft carrier next season
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – North Carolina and Michigan State are closing in on a deal to play a basketball game on an aircraft carrier next season. Tar Heels coach Roy Williams said on his radio show Monday night that the teams hope to play on Veteran’s Day in San Diego on a carrier.

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