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Alexion's Bell relinquishes CEO role

Cheshire's Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. has named Chief Operating Officer David L. Hallal as CEO, marking the drug maker's second major shakeup since the October death of its chairman, Max Link.

Gigabit coalition receives 11 secret responses

A growing coalition of Connecticut cities and towns that wants to attract gigabit-speed Internet service received 11 responses from providers and investment banks who might be interested in providing...

SCIO survey: Chronic patients avoiding health care because of costs

More than 16 million Americans with chronic health conditions avoided visiting a doctor over the past year because of cost concerns, according to an online survey commissioned by West...

ESPN sees record web traffic in 2014

Bristol sports-entertainment giant ESPN said its mobile apps, web streaming video, and other digital media products amassed just shy of 10 billion visitors in 2014, which is a sports category record,...

Payveris, CU*Answers ink vendor pact

Wethersfield's Payveris will provide its cloud-based online digital payments services to a Michigan data-processing cooperative that serves nearly 200 credit unions nationwide.

CTNext seeks applications for $10,000 startup grants

CTNext, Connecticut’s innovation ecosystem, said it is launching another round of its Entrepreneur Innovation Awards, which will provide grants of up to $10,000 to early-stage companies seeking...

NU spends $200K on grid reliability technology

Northeast Utilities, the parent company of electric utility Connecticut Light & Power, has expanded its agreement with a Toronto technology firm to develop ways to made the power grid more reliable.

Go Green Technologies expands board

Oxford-based Go Green Global Technologies has expanded its board of directors to include a fifth member, a former Goldman, Sachs & Co. executive.

Ansonia manufacturer completes 320-panel solar array

Ansonia submersible pump manufacturer HOMA Pump Technology has installed a 104 kilowatt solar array on top of its headquarters.

UI is 2nd best for customer satisfaction; CL&P 2nd worst

The annual national rankings for electric utility business customer satisfaction ranked United Illuminating as the second best utility of its size in the region while Connecticut Light & Power came...

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