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Coleman-Mitchell returns to DPH as commissioner

Joe Cooper |

A former Connecticut Department of Health (DPH) staffer is returning to the agency as commissioner, according to the governor.

UConn Health: 326,000 could be impacted by recent email breach

Matt Pilon |

UConn Health on Friday disclosed that an unauthorized third party had accessed employee email accounts, potentially breaching the privacy of 326,000 patients and others.

Andrew Mais named insurance commissioner


Andrew N. Mais, an insurance industry regulatory specialist at Deloitte and a former Cablevision talk show host, has been named by Gov. Ned Lamont as the next insurance commissioner, a key regulatory...

Minimum-wage hike scored as bad for business


Raising the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour is likely to cost jobs for those who need them most — workers at the low end of the socioeconomic and job-skills spectrum, business leaders...

SJW to refile regulatory application for $1.1B CT Water buyout

Joe Cooper |

The California water company working to acquire Clinton-based Connecticut Water Service for $1.1 billion said it plans to refile its deal application with state regulators.

CT lawmakers split over Medicare for all


While Sen. Bernie Sanders has made “Medicare for All” a major theme in his bid for the White House, Connecticut lawmakers are split over the idea.

Barnes’ 4Q profits rise on aerospace growth

Joe Cooper |

Bristol aerospace and industrial-parts manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. on Friday said its fourth-quarter earnings returned to black due to growth in its aerospace business.

Industry beaming over Lamont's proposed tax cut for breweries

Joe Cooper |

For a proposed state budget that could generate over $1 billion in new revenues, one industry that may see a tax cut under Gov. Ned Lamont's two-year spending plan is craft breweries.

Brew pub to takeover Hartford's Pratt St. during 'March Madness' games

Joe Cooper |

A pop-up brew pub will canvass Pratt Street in downtown Hartford later next month when the 2019 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament returns to the XL Center.

Union contract for Stop & Shop workers to expire

Joe Cooper |

An existing three-year labor contract between Mass.-based grocery retailer Stop & Shop and its New England workers is set to expire on Saturday.

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