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Hartford co. paying towards student loans

Foley, a provider of compliance, financial and insurance services for the transportation and employment industries, is establishing a student loan repayment program for its current and future...

Contracts drive up Access Health's FY17 budget

The state's health insurance exchange, Access Health CT, expects higher operating costs in the coming fiscal year, due to new vendor contracts and other expenses.

CT wins on pivotal proxy-access vote

Connecticut’s $29 billion retirement trust fund has flexed its muscles and prompted one of the nation’s leading general hospital healthcare services providers to allow long-term investors...

Glastonbury M&A consultants acquired by Missouri insurance broker

A Glastonbury consultancy with expertise in international mergers and acquisitions has been acquired by the world's largest privately held insurance broker.

Study: ACA fuels insurer mega mergers

John Stearns |

Implementation of the Affordable Care Act has triggered significant change in the health insurance markets — some of which was expected by insurers, and some unanticipated, according to a new...

Malloy's signature allows medical pot for children

John Stearns |

Gov. Dannel Malloy on Tuesday signed a bill allowing Connecticut residents under age 18 who suffer from terminal illness, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis and other debilitating conditions to receive...

CT's uninsured rate falls to 4.9%

Greg Bordonaro |

Connecticut's uninsured rate fell to 4.9 percent in 2015, as more residents gained healthcare coverage through private and public health plans, according to new data released Tuesday by the Centers...

Cyber attacks jumped 21 percent in 2015

A study released today by Hartford Steam Boiler says nine of 10 businesses experienced at least one hacking incident in the past year – an increase of 21 percent over 2104.

Former Aetna exec takes over as Hanover Insurance CEO

SAM BONACCI |

The Hanover Insurance Group announced Monday Joseph M. Zubretsky, a former senior executive at Hartford-based Aetna, will take over as president and CEO beginning in June.

Report lists most common on-the-job injuries

Keith Griffin |

An analysis of more than 1.5 million workers compensation claims filed between 2010 and 2014 from a variety of business sizes and industries shows materials handling mishaps to be the cause of almost...

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