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Study: Fewer CT employers offer health insurance

The number of Connecticut employers who sponsor health insurance for their workers has fallen significantly since 2004, according to a study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Aetna inks sixth reinsurance deal with Cayman Islands subsidiary

Hartford health insurer Aetna said it has signed a three-year $200 million reinsurance agreement with a Cayman Islands subsidiary.

CT auto claims getting pricier

A Connecticut driver filing a car insurance claim today can expect a larger premium increase than was the case a year ago, according to an analysis by Bankrate’s InsuranceQuotes.com.

Cigna to acquire N.J. provider-owned insurance plan

Bloomfield health insurer Cigna said it has agreed to purchase a New Jersey company that offers health plans and helps hospitals form accountable care organizations.

Obamacare buoys Hartford health insurers’ stocks

Paul R. La Monica CNNMoney |

Who says Barack Obama is bad for Corporate America?

CT Children’s still makes long-term investments

Despite recent financial issues, Connecticut Children's balance sheet has remained relatively strong, which has allowed the organization to continue to make long-term investments, even though it's...

CT Children's eyes long-term growth, manages short-term challenges

Greg Bordonaro |

Marty Gavin knows how to take the long view of markets.

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...

Tenet CEO says CT hospital deals could be revived

The CEO of Tenet Healthcare has penned a letter to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy saying that he is open to coming back to the negotiating table to acquire five Connecticut hospitals, but only if the state...

Travelers 4Q profits climbs 5% on underwriting gains

Property casualty insurer Travelers Cos. Inc., which has major operations in Hartford, said its quarterly profits crossed into 10 figures, as premiums and fee income outpaced claims.

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