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CT shares in $28.1M Depakote pact

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut taxpayers will collect a tiny share of a $28.1 million settlement between the federal Medicaid program and the institutional pharmacy unit of CVS Health Corp., authorities say.

Arkansas' Toro named CCSU president

Patricia Daddona |

Zulma R. Toro, interim chancellor at University of Arkansas at Little Rock, starts in January as the first woman president of Central Connecticut State University.

S&P Global: Economic forecast dim in CT

Patricia Daddona |

Dim economic growth projected in Connecticut through 2019, exacerbated by state budget pressures, may damage an otherwise stable credit condition in the state, according to a new...

CT jobless rate falls, but economy sheds jobs in Sept.

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut's unemployment rate for September fell to 5.4 percent despite the state shedding 5,200 jobs during the month.

Hartford HealthCare headache program awarded $250K

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford HealthCare Headache Program has been awarded the first-ever $250,000 Migraine Research Foundation "Impact" Award to further research and treatment for migraines.

Farmington Bank parent profits drop 9.5%

Patricia Daddona |

First Connecticut Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Farmington Bank, posted a 9.5 percent decline in profits in the third quarter, the company said this week.

Travelers' 3Q profits down 23%

Patricia Daddona |

Travelers Cos. Thursday said its third-quarter profits dropped 23 percent, driven in part by higher weather-related losses.

Malloy to FEMA: Help CT cope with crumbling foundations

Patricia Daddona |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has asked federal regulators to assess the damage caused by crumbling foundations in some 43,130 homes in Connecticut after an earlier inquiry failed to get their attention.

Survey: CT insurers leaders in addressing climate change

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford, Lincoln National and seven other insurers with operations in Connecticut earned high-quality ratings for efforts to address climate change, according to a survey analyzed by Ceres, a...

Glastonbury's Somerset Sq. draws $42M sale

Gregory Seay | 1

A New York City commercial landlord says it paid $42 million for Glastonbury's The Shops at Somerset Square.

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