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Achillion inks $225M licensing deal

Achillion Pharmaceuticals said it has signed a global licensing agreement with a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson to develop and commercialize three of the New Haven company’s hepatitis C...

Cyber concerns rise in Travelers biz-risk survey

Nine of 10 businesses list cyber risks and data breaches among their top five concerns, according to the 2015 Travelers Business Risk Index.

Hartford genotype pioneer’s new product faces payer headwinds

Gregory Seay |

In his latest bid to expand Genomas Inc.'s roster of genetics-based testing for personalized care, Hartford physician-entrepreneur Gualberto Ruano has found health insurers still playing the role of...

Protein Sciences gets FDA approval for N.Y. facility

Meriden’s Protein Sciences said it has received a license from federal drug regulators to manufacture its influenza vaccine at its facility in Pearl River, N.Y.

Pratt signs first customer for new big data play

East Hartford aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney has landed its first customer for a new aftermarket data system designed to increase jet engine performance and decrease maintenance costs.

Trinity, edX to globally offer online courses

Hartford's Trinity College this fall will begin offering a pair of online courses to pupils around the globe.

Insurity acquires Canadian software firm

Hartford-based insurance IT provider Insurity said it has acquired a Montreal, Quebec insurance software maker.

Eversource last in customer satisfaction

Hartford/Boston utility Eversource Energy scored last in a national ranking for customer satisfaction among investor-owned utilities, according to a report released Tuesday.

CT spending $38M on two efficiency projects

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The State Bond Commission on Tuesday authorized the use of $38 million to pay for two energy efficiency projects at the Connecticut Valley Hospital and several Department of Motor Vehicles offices.

UConn to launch digital-workforce program

A new training program for those interested in the digital media industry starts in July at UConn's Stamford campus, officials said.

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