Gov. Dannel Malloy appointed Michael Cantor of West Hartford, Conn., to serve as chairman of Connecticut Innovations, the quasi-public agency charged with making strategic capital and other investments that encourage the development of high-tech industries within Connecticut.

Created by the General Assembly in 1989 and originally funded through state bond money, Connecticut Innovations has relied on returns from its investments to support its operations and new programs since 1995.

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