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Millennials don’t want to work in economy driving fields

When it comes to key industries driving the U.S. economy, most Millennials aren’t interested. They would rather work in the arts, technology or education.

Partnership recoups $1M in fraudulent unemployment benefits

A partnership between the state Department of Labor and the Division of Criminal Justice has resulted in more than $1 million in unemployment insurance compensation benefits being recovered.

Insurance broker going to prison for $10.4M Aetna theft

A Vermont insurance broker is going to prison for three years after being convicted of stealing $10.4 million from Aetna. The broker collected premiums but never paid them to the insurer.

Two CT hospital execs make list of nonprofit hospital CEOs to know

Becker's Hospital Review, a monthly publication offering business and legal news and analysis relating to hospitals and health systems, has named two Connecticut hospital leaders in its 2015 edition...

CONMED to acquire Milford’s SurgiQuest Inc. for $265M

Utica, N.Y.-based medical technology company CONMED Corp. on Monday announced a definitive agreement to pay $265 million to acquire privately-held SurgiQuest Inc., which makes access technologies for...

Meriden company’s influenza vaccine approved in Mexico

Meriden-based Protein Sciences Corp.said today that a Mexican manufacturer that is licensed to sell its eggless flu vaccine has obtained regulatory approval to begin selling Flublok in Mexico to...

CT faces daunting transportation issues

Q&A talks about the costs of Connecticut's decaying transportation infrastructure and opportunities to fix it.

Hospital CEOs grapple with ‘broken system,’ funding worries

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If you have concerns about the healthcare system, it may or may not comfort you to know Connecticut hospital CEOs also have plenty of worries.

New pay rules force homecare agencies to re-think business model

Matt Pilon |

A new federal rule extending greater workplace pay protections to home health and personal care workers is forcing homecare agencies to raise rates.

Former Citigroup CEO: Big banks don't work

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John Reed, former CEO of Citigroup, says large banks like the one he used to run are now "inherently unstable and unworkable."

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