Amazon closes stores + hot chicken restaurant expands to CT

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There has been a lot of business news in Connecticut in the past week. If you missed one on your local patch, here’s a roundup of some of the most read stories.

Amazon has announced plans to close 68 stores in the United States, including a location in CT.>>>Learn more.


With spice levels ranging from “No Spice” to “Reaper,” the Los Angeles-based hot chicken franchise has its sights set on eight Connecticut locations. >>> Read more.


The popular ice cream shop is closing its longtime location for a new home. >>> Read more.


A family business that organizes weddings and corporate events hopes to open its bakery in June.>>>Find out more.


The Federal Reserve has paved the way for the takeover and it is estimated that nearly 750 people will be laid off. Here are the new details. >>> Read more.


The proposal is the second time the plan has passed before the commission. >>> Read more.


A new Nardelli’s Grinder Shoppe has officially opened and customers are already enjoying it, according to the franchise owner.>>>Read more.


The restaurant, owned by the celebrity chef, will open later this month.>>>Find out more.


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