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FINRA seeks canned Wells Fargo workers

Gregory Seay |

One of the securities-industry's biggest overseers is contacting former registered securities staff of Wells Fargo Bank amid concerns the nation's third-largest bank may have mishandled information...

Malloy: Proposed pension agreement avoids 'fiscal cliff'

Patricia Daddona |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition have reached a deal on the state's contributions to its employee pension systems, pushing some costs more than a decade into...

Ex-Westport trader indicted in RMBS fraud

Gregory Seay |

A former Connecticut bond trader is accused of fraudulently pricing residential mortgage-backed securities that federal investigators say cost lenders and other investors millions in losses.

Bradley working to get Norwegian Air service

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut Airport Authority is in talks with Norwegian Air Shuttle to bring European discount flights to Bradley International Airport, authority Executive Director Kevin Dillon confirmed...

Access Health CT 2017 membership continues to climb

Patricia Daddona |

Access Health CT has enrolled 15,177 new members in qualified health plans since open enrollment began Nov. 1, according to the latest statistics from the state healthcare exchange.

State to electronically audit election results

Patricia Daddona |

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill this week launched a new electronic system that allows towns to audit Connecticut's election results.

Hartford's zoning revamp nets 5 awards

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford's recently revised zoning code has received five awards acknowledging its promotion of economic development and environmental sustainability, Mayor Luke Bronin said.

Insurity Inc. acquires Calif. software company

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford-based Insurity Inc., which specializes in data processing and analytics for property and casualty insurers, has acquired Larkspur, Calif.-based Systema Software for an undisclosed sum.

Ojakian embraced by CSCU regents; contract extended

Patricia Daddona |

The Board of Regents for Higher Education formally named Mark E. Ojakian president of the Connecticut State College and University System (CSCU) and extended his contract another three years.

CT's $327M debt issue detailed

Connecticut added $327.4 million to its outstanding bond debt, but a low interest rate and other favorable terms will save taxpayers millions, the state treasurer says.

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