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The Hartford reports 31% drop in profits

The Hartford Financial Services Group said Thursday its first quarter profits fell 31 percent, driven by lower investment income and underwriting results in personal lines and higher catastrophes.

Utilities highlight zero-energy home builders

Builders and buyers of four high-efficiency homes across the state have won the sixth annual CT Zero Energy Challenge run by utilities Eversource and United Illuminating.

C-PACE unveils manufacturer, multi-family perks

There was lots of news out of the Connecticut Green Bank this week, which said it has tapped additional funding sources for its Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program (C-PACE),...

UTC's per-share net up, sales flat

Gregory Seay |

United Technologies Corp. managed a slight uptick in per-share net income that beat Wall Street's estimates in the first quarter despite overall flat sales.

Multi-families still pace CT permits

Gregory Seay |

Permits for new housing construction in Connecticut grew for the second straight month in March, and have eclipsed the first-quarter total from a year ago, new data shows.

Foreclosure and delinquency rates decline

Keith Griffin |

The percentage of foreclosures in the Hartford metropolitan area is dropping but still lags behind national averages. Delinquency rates are down, too

Planned Windsor Locks outlet mall appears dead

Gregory Seay | 1

One of two proposed outlet malls for the Hartford region appears dead.

Shipman & Goodwin Presented with 2016 Corporate Partnership Award

The Boys & Girls Club of Stamford (BGCS) recognized three major advocates, including Hartford law firm Shipman & Goodwin LLP, at the organization's 2016 City Chic...

Expanded homeowners insurance proposal harmful to consumers

Eric J. George | 1

The legislature's Insurance & Real Estate Committee recently proposed a bill that would require anyone who insures a home to purchase a policy with a costly and nationally unprecedented coverage...

W. Hartford's Park Place, West Wynd sell for $9.45M

West Hartford's Park Place West and West Wynd apartments, totaling 106 units, recently sold for a combined $9.45 million, brokers say.

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