Bob Patricelli has lots of business ideas, especially those relevant to promoting commercial growth in Connecticut.
Let’s see, there’s the former PepsiCo chairman/CEO. And an ex-Goldman Sachs principal. They are augmented by a man termed by the Hartford Courant as a hedge fund “goliath.” His apparent passion and commercial acumen are added to by other proven business performers.
Are established Connecticut business owners and would-be startup entrepreneurs under undue stress in an uncertain commercial climate?
As a national news report recently noted, Connecticut's liquor laws have been challenged by a major business chain as being "out of step with the 21st century."
It happened, and then it … unhappened?
We noted in our immediately preceding blog post that employee-linked challenges are an apex concern for most employers in Connecticut and nationally.
We note on our website at the experienced Connecticut business law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis a fundamental point concerning the commercial universe.
In a word, good.