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Insurance regulators recoup $1.8M from insurers in 2Q

State insurance regulators ordered health and other insurers who made untimely claim payments or committed other violations to repay policyholders more than $1.3 million in the second quarter, the...

Green Guide publishes Fall edition

This issue of HBJ's sustainable business magazine looks at Pratt & Whitney's operations, examines Bridgeport's green initiatives, features the state's geothermal champion, and talks with Wethersfield...

Malloy appoints two to ed board

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has appointed Erin Benham and Maria Mojica to the State Board of Education, his office announced.

Court approves receiver for Amistad America

The state-backed nonprofit that operates the Freedom Schooner Amistad will be overseen by a receiver, state officials announced.

UConn drops in greenest school's ranking

UConn dropped from first to ninth in the Sierra Club's ranking of the 173 greenest colleges in country.

CT electric suppliers customer satisfaction above average

Connecticut retail electric suppliers rank higher than average in residential customers satisfaction, according to California firm J.D. Power & Associates.

Wallingford firm wins Energy Star award

The U.S. Department of Energy honored Wallingford energy efficiency firm Competitive Resources with the Energy Star Century Club Award.

State awards $1.8M loan, grant to former Marlin factory buyer

The manufacturing company that’s consolidating its New Haven and Massachusetts plants to a former gun factory in North Haven has received a $1.8 million loan and a $250,000 training grant,...

Breaking down Malloy vs. Foley Rd. 2

Chris Healy |

Republican Tom Foley came through his victorious campaign last week over state Senate GOP Leader John McKinney with few bruises or major setbacks. McKinney was gracious in defeat and...

Quinnipiac Poll rises to national prominence with accuracy, targeted results

Brad Kane |

Tom Foley's double-digit Republican primary victory over John McKinney last week wasn't a huge surprise, particularly to those who follow the Quinnipiac Poll.

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