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Cigna and Anthem trade charges of sabotage

Ana Radelat | CT Mirror |

In a vicious legal battle laid out in court papers unsealed Friday, Cigna accuses Anthem of undermining its business by stealing confidential information and soliciting its customers.

Ex-state state psychiatrist fined for violating ethics code

Patricia Daddona | 2

Glastonbury resident Leonard Lev, a former principal psychiatrist at Connecticut Valley Hospital in Middletown, has paid a $3,500 penalty for violating state law by using state resources for personal...

As Soper departs, Mohegan discloses Pa. casino irregularities probe

Patricia Daddona |

As the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority searches to replace its president and CEO, Bobby Soper, federal regulators are investigating financial irregularities at the Mohegan's Pennsylvania casino.

CT insurance regulators recover $7.5M

Patricia Daddona |

In handling claims and complaints, the Connecticut Insurance Department recovered $7.5 million in 2016, the bulk of that for policyholders.

Breakup of Cigna, Anthem deal leads to $15B court battle

Patricia Daddona |

Cigna Corp. said Tuesday it is suing its merger partner Anthem Inc. in U.S. District Court for nearly $15 billion as the Bloomfield-based insurer tries to get out of the $54 billion deal, which was...

Ex-Webster manager guilty of embezzling

Gregory Seay |

A former Webster Bank branch manager has been convicted of embezzling at least $535,000 from elderly accountholders and faces up to 30 years in prison, federal prosecutors say.

State banking regulators recover nearly $4M for CT

Patricia Daddona |

The Connecticut Department of Banking recovered $3.8 million in restitution for consumers and investors in 2016, Commissioner Jorge Perez said Tuesday.

Webster Bank sues ex-ballpark developer, others for nearly $6M

Patricia Daddona |

Waterbury-based Webster Bank is suing Centerplan Construction Co., the former builder of Dunkin' Donuts Park, for allegedly partially defaulting on three separate loans totaling more than $10.2...

Serial burglar guilty in CT 'butts' heist

Gregory Seay |

A New Jersey man was convicted Monday for the theft six years ago of cigarettes worth retail about $500,000 from a Wethersfield warehouse, federal prosecutors say.

CT BBB: Nonprofits beware 'W-2' scam

Gregory Seay |

The Connecticut Better Business Bureau (CT BBB) and the IRS are warning nonprofits to avoid a tax-form scam that previously targeted only businesses.

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