Wealthy Venezuelans Are Seeking Haven in Madrid."
Something similar is happening in Connecticut. Tax money “invested” by Governor Dannel Malloy in Connecticut businesses is not working to create a welcoming business environment. “Once again, a Connecticut company making a major investment in its digital business has been lured by another state offering tax breaks and the chance to succeed in a big city,” the Hartford Courant tells us. This time it’s United Technologies (UTC), which recently “spun off” Sikorsky, an iconic Connecticut company sold a few months back to Lockheed Martin, headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland – which is more remote than Hartford, Connecticut, for the time being the headquarters of UTC. “United Technologies Corporation is looking to expand into New York City,” according to the Courant story, “UTC Picks New York City For $300 Million Expansion.”