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40% of small cos. likely to file insurance claim

Four in 10 small businesses are likely to file property or general liability insurance claims over the next decade, according to an analysis of claims data by The Hartford Financial Services Group.

Colchester retailer gets $1.5M state loan for expansion

Colchester’s S&S Worldwide, which sells educational products and toys, said it has received a $1.5 million state loan that will help it grow its workforce by 40 jobs.

UnitedHealth to acquire Canadian benefits manager for $12.7B

UnitedHealth Group, which has insurance operations in downtown Hartford, said it has agreed to acquire pharmacy benefits manager Catamaran Corp. for approximately $12.7 billion.

Hartford's Gothic Park lands buyer

Gregory Seay |

Gothic Park, one of Hartford's oldest midtown office complexes in the shadow of St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, quietly drew a winning auction bid last week, brokers say.

CHC chosen for Colo. telehealth program

The state’s largest federally qualified health center said it has won a contract from Colorado health officials to develop a pain management telehealth program.

Census: Much of CT lost population last year

Fairfield was the only Connecticut county to gain population from July 2013 to July 2014, the U.S. Census Bureau said this week.

Alexion director departs

Cheshire's Alexion Pharmaceuticals said William Keller has decided to retire from its board of directors after its May annual meeting.

CTfastrak kicks off Saturday

Service on CTfastrak, the state’s $570 million dedicated busway between New Britain and Hartford, kicks off Saturday.

Kaman adds $83M to contracts for bomb fuses, copter parts

Bloomfield’s Kaman Corp. said it has received extensions and modifications to two aerospace contracts valued at a combined $83 million.

STR’s 4Q loss climbs

Enfield’s STR Holdings said its fourth-quarter loss increased more than three-fold, largely due to its income tax bill.

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