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Five CT hospital systems in the red for FY 2015

Greg Bordonaro |

The parent companies of St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and Manchester Memorial and Rockville General hospitals were among at least five Connecticut hospital systems that lost money in fiscal...

Community Health Center enters Hartford

John Stearns |

Middletown-based Community Health Center Inc. has established its first beachhead in Hartford, after reaching a deal to run Connecticut Children's Medical Center's primary care facility on New...

Hospital taps heart-freezing technique to reduce stroke risk

John Stearns |

Danbury Hospital is using a new technique that freezes heart tissue to stop atrial fibrillation, or A-fib, an irregular heartbeat that is a leading cause of stroke.

Most businesses lacking cyber-attack insurance

Keith Griffin |

Almost half of all U.S. companies lack cyber-attack insurance, according to a report released today. That's slightly better than the global average.

Appeal of long-term care insurance declines

New insurance research shows consumers know they probably need long-term care insurance, but they don’t want to buy it.

State-run retirement program passes House

Praise and criticism has followed House passage of a bill that would create a state-run retirement-savings program serving nearly 600,000 private-sector workers in Connecticut without retirement...

Amenta Emma opens NYC office

Keith Griffin |

Amenta Emma has opened its fourth office: a lower West Side location in Manhattan. The new office, at 333 Hudson St., New York, N.Y., joins offices in Hartford, Stamford and Cambridge, Mass.

Expanded homeowners insurance proposal harmful to consumers

Eric J. George |

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...

State must adapt to new fiscal reality

Scott Bates |

It's decision time in Connecticut. The greatest decisions surrounding government policy often come down to whether government has a spending problem or a revenue problem.

Nonprofit Profile: CT Society of Certified Public Accountants

A look at the finances of the nonprofit Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants, as well as other nonprofit news from Greater Hartford.

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