It’s hardly surprising that laws surrounding the manufacture, distribution and sale of liquor in Connecticut are among the state’s most complex and exacting, is it?
We referenced the bottom-line complexity of business in Connecticut and nationally in a recent Berdon, Young and Margolis blog post. We noted in our firm’s November 11 entry that most discussions on commercial challenges and opportunities must ultimately acknowledge that “the business realm is just a complicated arena.”
“People doing business know how complex it is.”
First it was an ex-Goldman Sachs principal. A former aerospace executive was added to the mix late last month.
Certain things are inherently complicated.
Good and bad. Up and down. Two steps forward and, well … .
The publication Hartford Business Journal makes a telling comment in a recent article spotlighting the commercial sector in Connecticut and nationally. It centrally notes that industry moves by uber-sized businesses like Amazon, Apple and Walmart garner most of the business ink, but that it is really the country’s small companies that primarily drive economic growth.
The bottom line concerning results from the annual survey administered by Connecticut’s foremost business lobbying group is, well, … what?
Good and bad. A mixed bag. Two steps forward and … .