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Cigna CEO’s pay rose 7 percent

David Cordani, CEO of Bloomfield health insurer Cigna, earned an additional $1 million, or 7 percent, in compensation in 2014, Cigna said in a U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission filing.

Harvard Pilgrim names CT head

Health insurer Harvard Pilgrim, which has operations in Hartford and began selling plans in Connecticut last year, has named its executive in charge of Connecticut operations.

Mohegans seek more gaming markets

Brad Kane |

The incoming president of the Mohegan Tribe's gaming division plans to expand into four or five new markets in the next five to 10 years, while significantly lowering the casino's debt, as...

Lawmakers consider changes to CT's prevailing wage

Greg Bordonaro |

The tug-of-war between labor and business over Connecticut's prevailing wage is heating up once again at the State Capitol.

CT companies advocate gay marriage to Supreme Court

Several Connecticut companies have joined forces with corporations across the nation to support gay marriage in a case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Anthem, UnitedHealth chosen to run state health plans

Comptroller Kevin Lembo said Friday that the state has selected Anthem BlueCross and BlueShield and UnitedHealth Group to administer the self-insured medical benefits plan for state employees,...

Hospitals to testify against tax increase

Connecticut hospital executives will try to convince the legislature’s Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee today not to implement Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposed budget.

St. Francis Hospital in a deal-making mode

Greg Bordonaro |

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center CEO Chris Dadlez is in an enviable position compared to many of his peers.

Sprague to head personal lines for The Hartford

The Hartford Financial Services Group said it has promoted Ray Sprague to executive vice president of personal lines, which includes auto and home insurance products.

Hartford Healthcare inks partnership with venture-backed primary care provider

Hartford Healthcare said its employees and their families will receive primary care through the five-hospital system’s new arrangement with Massachusetts-based Iora Health.

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