Infosys confirms Goodwin Square lease in downtown Hartford

India-based information technology and outsourcing provider Infosys has confirmed it leased three floors in downtown's Goodwin Square building.

United Bank’s 3Q net flat

Hartford community lender United Financial Bancorp Inc. posted flat third-quarter earnings.

MGM Springfield gaming nets $27M in first month

MGM Springfield raked in almost $27 million in gaming revenue in its first month, generating more than $6.7 million in taxes, according to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.

 
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200 students to attend pro-manufacturing event

State and manufacturing officials will educate more than 200 middle school students Wednesday on the opportunities in manufacturing.

CT gets 2 of Dunkin's reimagined stores

Two new Connecticut Dunkin' Donuts restaurants opening Thursday in Simsbury and Wallingford will feature restyled store designs, employee uniforms and service amenities.

Housing inequality can be both cause and effect of poverty in wealthy CT

Though wealth inequality — the differences between different households' income, stocks, property, and other assets and debts — is one of the chief forces of division in modern society,...

Vermont native wins 25th Hartford Marathon

About 11,000 athletes slogged through the Eversource Hartford Marathon on Saturday, fending off cold and rainy conditions during the 25th annual race.

Wallingford firm acquires CT duct-sealing contractor

Wallingford-based CMC Energy Services said its acquired a fellow Connecticut company that offers services in the building efficiency market.

Competitive pressures weighing on Mohegan, Foxwoods' slot revenues

Connecticut's tribal casino operators saw their slot revenues decline for a third consecutive month in September as they face new competitive pressure from MGM's recently opened Springfield gaming...

FedEx adding 1,000 Middletown jobs for holidays

FedEx Ground, which recently opened a 600,000-square-foot distribution hub in Middletown, says it's adding 1,000 workers there for the holiday season.

In a state of great wealth, all the health care some can afford

Up until Sally Grossman became pregnant in 2012 at the age of 30, she had been trying to live without health care. Struggling to get her interior painting business going, Grossman routinely...

$1M donation launches Boys & Girls Club of Hartford’s new fundraiser

Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford (BGCH) announced a new fundraising campaign Friday aimed at financing a new facility in the Capital City’s South End.

Bristol attorney, former councilwoman admits to defrauding clients

A Bristol attorney and former city council member has admitted to defrauding clients out of more than $169,400, with a portion used to finance her husband's startup radio station, prosecutors say.

 
 
 
Lists

Largest employee-benefits consultants in Greater Hartford

Ranked by number of local licensed employee-benefits consultants as of Sept. 2018

RankFirmNo. of local consultants
1Willis Towers Watson, Hartford100
2USI Consulting Group, Glastonbury79
3OneDigital Health and Benefits, Farmington38
4Milliman Inc., Windsor36
5Mercer Health and Benefits, Hartford35

Source: Each firm via survey


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