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World's top insurer ditches $2 billion tobacco investment

CNNMoney |

The world's largest insurer is ditching tobacco assets worth $2 billion, saying it can't continue to invest in an industry that kills six million people per year.

Credit Unions Name Volunteer of the Year

A look at the accolades handed out in Greater Hartford recently.

Horror! TD Bank dumping penny counting coin machines

CNNMoney |

Pennies, America's least loved coin, just got little harder to get rid of. TD Bank is getting rid of its Penny Arcade coin counting machines following questions about their accuracy and apparent...

Survivor Howie serves as banker's banker

John Stearns |

Craig Howie, president and CEO of Bankers' Bank Northeast in Glastonbury since 2013, overcame being struck by a hit-and-run driver while jogging to rise to the top of his profession.

As a ‘back-office’ venue, Hartford ranks high

Gregory Seay | 1

Hartford presents a compelling, money-saving case for companies to install or relocate their “back-office'' operations to the city and state, according to a new report.

House, Senate pass bills affecting wide-ranging CT industries

Matt Pilon | 1

Throughout the legislative session, Hartford Business Journal tracked a host of bills that could impact private industry. Here's a brief overview of six bills awaiting approval by Gov. Dannel P.

Murphy wants to take CT Green Bank model nationwide

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) wants to take Connecticut’s Green Bank program and roll it out on a federal basis. He needs to get previously unsuccessful legislation passed.

360 Federal CU victim of $840K fraud

Gregory Seay |

An Enfield woman has been convicted of embezzling more than $840,000 from the Windsor Locks credit union where she worked as a lending manager, authorities say.

State’s IT job listings dropped in April

Keith Griffin |

Connecticut IT job listings fell in April for a second month in a row, this time down 9.3 percent against the March drop.

Farmington Bank's $5M for W. Mass. small biz

Gregory Seay |

Farmington Bank says it has as much as $5 million in low-interest loans available for qualified new and existing small businesses in western Massachusetts.

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