Matt Pilon

News Editor
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Matt Pilon is news editor of the Hartford Business Journal. His core beats include health care and energy. Matt also oversees the HBJ's statewide energy quarterly, Connecticut Green Guide magazine. He has been with HBJ since 2013. Prior to that, he spent several years with HBJ's sister publication Worcester Business Journal. He has also previously reported for the Daily Hampshire Gazette in Massachusetts.

Bylines

OPM: Medicaid rate appeals could imperil hospital tax deal

The state's top budget official warned lawmakers Wednesday that a slate of recent Medicaid rate appeals from two dozen hospitals could put the state...

Millstone challenges UI on cold weather earnings

The parent company of Millstone Power Station says United Illuminating's recent claim that the nuclear plant earned a profit windfall during an...

As winter cold drives up energy bills, tax reform could take bite out of rising utility rates

Corporations and many taxpayers are celebrating the federal tax cuts signed into law around Christmas, with some employers even issuing worker...

Cold snap produces dueling nuke positions

Both sides of a long-running debate over the future of nuclear power in Connecticut are using a recent bout of bone-chilling temperatures to make...

Branford's Thetis partners with UConn Health on bowel disease remedy

A Branford biotech is expanding its collaboration with a UConn Health scientist to further its search for a better treatment for inflammatory bowel...

Despite challenges, Access Health enrollment ticks up

Despite myriad challenges created by the market and federal government, Access Health CT's fifth annual enrollment outperformed last year by 2.3...

Connecticut 's new stranded tax credit program aims to unleash investment

In 2014, Connecticut agreed to let United Technologies Corp. use up to $400 million in “stranded” research and development tax credits to...

Financially wounded, pioneering CT Green Bank has a path forward

Facing the biggest financial threat in its six-year existence, the Connecticut Green Bank will reduce staff, trim deal volumes and pursue new revenue...

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