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CT joins $13.5M multistate settlement with Boehringer Ingelheim

John Stearns |

Connecticut is joining 49 other states and the District of Columbia in a $13.5 million settlement with Ridgefield's Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. to resolve allegations it engaged in...

Harvard Pilgrim grants aim to advance telehealth in CT

John Stearns |

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care has awarded $32,000 in grants to the Community eConsult Network (CeCN) to expand the use of electronic specialty consults (e-consults) in Connecticut.

CT company wins up to $9.4M contract for Anthrax testing tech

John Stearns |

Branford's Tangen Biosciences has won a federal contract valued at up to $9.4 million to develop an Anthrax diagnostic test.

St. Louis manufacturer set to acquire Middlefield's Cooper-Atkins

Patricia Daddona |

Middlefield foodservice technology manufacturer Cooper-Atkins is being acquired by Emerson, a St. Louis, Mo., technology company for an undisclosed sum.

The power of hyperlocal media in spreading good news

Carin Buckman |

Many of the upcoming holidays are festivals of light; Christmas, Chanukah, Diwali and Kwanzaa all use light as powerful imagery to reflect goodness, purity and hope. Imagine Edith Wharton's vision...

Municipal broadband effort too risky for ratepayers

Marc Brown |

When we last visited the issue of municipal broadband, the Westerly, Rhode Island town council was weighing a proposal from SiFi Networks to build a $30 million fiber-optic network. The system was to...

Hartford HealthCare’s new logistics center aims to fill beds, reduce wait times

Matt Pilon |

Tucked away in a Newington administrative building, 10 nurses and other staff from Hartford HealthCare are working the phones, coordinating patient transfers to approximately 1,800 inpatient beds...

Five We Watched in 2017

Here is a look back at the five business, nonprofit and higher education leaders we watched in 2017.

House takes initial steps to mitigate CT's cybersecurity risks

Matt Pilon |

Hackers have booked some major successes this year, and no one expects the trend to subside anytime soon.

Survey: Cyber hacking a costly expense for many businesses

Patricia Daddona |

Twenty-nine percent of U.S. businesses experienced a data breach last year, and eight in 10 spent at least $5,000 to respond, according to the latest survey from The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection...

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