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Eversource holds off on credit reporting pilot

Patricia Daddona |

Eversource is delaying a move to implement monthly credit reporting of residential payment activity, part of a proposed one-year pilot program approved by state regulators in May.

Regulators approve KeyBank/First Niagara merger

Patricia Daddona |

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has approved the merger of New York's First Niagara Bank into Ohio-based KeyBank.

Access Health swaps out call-center operator

Matt Pilon |

As the fourth annual Obamacare open enrollment period approaches, Access Health CT (AHCT) said it has signed a contract with a new call-center operator.

UConn Health opens extensive new Farmington research space

Patricia Daddona |

UConn Health officially opened 32 new research laboratories and 40 offices at its Farmington campus, an initiative funded by the state's expansive for Bioscience Connecticut efforts.

S&P downgrades Hartford's bond ratings

Greg Bordonaro | 1

The city of Hartford received more negative financial news Thursday as ratings agency Standard & Poor’s downgraded several of the city’s bond ratings, citing concerns...

CT energy lobbyist charged in N.Y bribery scheme

Matt Pilon |

A Connecticut attorney employed by a power plant developer was one of eight men charged in an alleged New York scheme involving more than $315,000 in bribes to a former aide of Gov. Andrew Cuomo in...

HHS awards $257K to expand CT behavioral health workforce

Patricia Daddona |

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded $257,143 to a training program to increase the number of mental-health providers and substance-abuse counselors in Connecticut.

State auditors ask DRS to speed up audits

Patricia Daddona |

The state Department of Revenue Services paid nearly $1 million in interest payments on three tax returns held for audits by failing to review the returns and calculate the interest in a timely way,...

Blumenthal, Murphy unveil federal Green Bank legislation

Matt Pilon |

U.S. Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal, along with a fellow senator from Rhode Island, on Thursday introduced federal legislation to create a national green bank.

CT attaches strict terms to Sikorsky's $220M incentive package

Patricia Daddona |

Sikorsky Aircraft will stay in Connecticut through 2032 and produce CH-53K helicopters here, incurring penalties if the company and its parent, Lockheed Martin Corp., fail to meet terms of their...

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