S&P downgrades Hartford's bond ratings

The city of Hartford received more negative financial news Thursday as ratings agency Standard & Poor’s downgraded several of the city’s bond ratings, citing concerns...

UConn Health opens extensive new Farmington research space

UConn Health officially opened 32 new research laboratories and 40 offices at its Farmington campus, an initiative funded by the state's expansive for Bioscience Connecticut efforts.

Eversource holds off on credit reporting pilot

Eversource is delaying a move to implement monthly credit reporting of residential payment activity, part of a proposed one-year pilot program approved by state regulators in May.

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Regulators approve KeyBank/First Niagara merger

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has approved the merger of New York's First Niagara Bank into Ohio-based KeyBank.

Access Health swaps out call-center operator

As the fourth annual Obamacare open enrollment period approaches, Access Health CT (AHCT) said it has signed a contract with a new call-center operator.

CT energy lobbyist charged in N.Y bribery scheme

A Connecticut attorney employed by a power plant developer was one of eight men charged in an alleged New York scheme involving more than $315,000 in bribes to a former aide of Gov. Andrew Cuomo in...

HHS awards $257K to expand CT behavioral health workforce

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded $257,143 to a training program to increase the number of mental-health providers and substance-abuse counselors in Connecticut.

State auditors ask DRS to speed up audits

The state Department of Revenue Services paid nearly $1 million in interest payments on three tax returns held for audits by failing to review the returns and calculate the interest in a timely way,...

Blumenthal, Murphy unveil federal Green Bank legislation

U.S. Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal, along with a fellow senator from Rhode Island, on Thursday introduced federal legislation to create a national green bank.

CT attaches strict terms to Sikorsky's $220M incentive package

Sikorsky Aircraft will stay in Connecticut through 2032 and produce CH-53K helicopters here, incurring penalties if the company and its parent, Lockheed Martin Corp., fail to meet terms of their...

Audit: Comptroller awarded contracts without proper approvals

The state comptroller’s office awarded personal service agreement contracts totaling nearly $5 million that lacked approval from all relevant parties prior to the start of the contract period,...

Study: CT taxpayer burden second highest in nation

Connecticut's debt marks it as the next-to-last fiscally sound state in the country, with a burden of $49,000 per taxpayer, according to Chicago-based Truth In Accounting (TIA), a nonprofit dedicated...

Report: CT ranks 44th in U.S. on highway performance, value

Connecticut ranks 44th in the nation in highway performance and cost-effectiveness, according to the 22nd Annual Highway Report published Thursday by the Reason Foundation.


Largest credit unions in Connecticut

Ranked by assets as of June 30, 2016

RankCredit UnionAssets
1Connecticut State Employees Credit Union$1,751,054,070
2American Eagle Financial Credit Union$1,450,507,251
3Charter Oak Federal Credit Union$966,856,195
4Sikorsky Financial Credit Union$731,356,469
5Connex Credit Union$457,184,609

Source: The National Credit Union Administration

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