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St. Francis CEO: Merger ‘just the beginning’

St. Francis Care Inc.’s approved merger with Trinity Health is a game-changer that will benefit patients, the community and employees, St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center CEO Chris Dadlez...

Report backs value of community health workers for patient health, cost; supports CT action

Connecticut should establish a process for certifying community health workers, along with training and experience requirements, to better document worker’s skills for potential employers and...

CT manufacturers start Farmington innovation event

Three Connecticut manufacturing heavyweights have partnered with Tunxis Community College and industry officials to start the first Greater Hartford Mini-Maker Faire.

CT sending fire crew to Montana wildfires

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection on Thursday will send a 20-person fire crew to Montana to help the U.S. Forest Service fight wildfires.

CT marketing firms roll out British gin

Marketing firms in Avon and Westport are working with a provider of gin from the United Kingdom to roll out the alcoholic drink in the U.S.

Milford medical firm to merge with Philly company

Milford medical information provider Cardiopulmonary Corp. on Wednesday announced it will merge with Philadelphia medical device firm Nuvon sometime in the next two months.

SS&C buys Boston firm

Windsor financial software services provider SS&C Technologies Holdings announced it has acquired Boston investor communications firm Varden Technologies.

New Britain conditionally lands new pro baseball team

The city of New Britain won’t be without professional baseball for long after all.

State approves St. Francis Hospital-Trinity merger

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center parent St. Francis Care Inc. has received regulatory approval from the state and the Vatican to merge with a Michigan health system.

FuelCell negotiating $24M federal contract

Danbury clean energy manufacturer FuelCell Energy on Tuesday announced it had been selected to perform as $23.7 million carbon capture project for the U.S. Department of Energy, pending a negotiation...

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