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Trade fights loom over G20 meeting in Argentina


Frictions over global trade are likely to escalate as finance chiefs of the Group of 20 nations arrive in Buenos Aires on Monday.

Caterpillar could cut nearly 900 jobs


Caterpillar (CAT) could eliminate nearly 900 jobs in the US and Central America, the company said on Friday.

Microsoft fired about 20 employees for harassment in one year


Microsoft fired roughly 20 employees for sexual harassment complaints filed in the course of a single year, according to a memo from the company's top human resources executive.

Hartford InsurTech taps Clyde & Co. as legal partner


Hartford’s InsurTech Hub, which is working to woo startups to the Capital City that can work with the region’s insurers, announced Thursday it is forming a new collaboration with...

Everything is shrinking at GE except its massive debt


Almost everything about General Electric is getting smaller. That includes its business empire, its profits and, of course, its stock price.

How CT wooed Infosys to Hartford


Infosys, an India-based information technology company undergoing a major expansion in the U.S., named Hartford on Wednesday as one of its new technology-and-innovation hubs, promising an estimated...

Global IT giant Infosys to bring 1,000 jobs to Hartford

Matt Pilon |

With the help of up to $14 million in state grants, India-based information technology and outsourcing provider Infosys will open a facility in Hartford that will employ 1,000 people within the next...

CTHealthLink, DSS agreement seen as benefit to Medicaid patients, doctors

John Stearns |

A new data-sharing agreement between Connecticut's Medicaid provider and a statewide health information network aims to help Medicare beneficiaries and healthcare providers more easily exchange...

Cigna tapping Amazon's Alexa to help define insurance terminology

John Stearns |

Bloomfield health insurer Cigna is entering the voice-control space with the launch of an “Answers by Cigna” service for Amazon Alexa, aimed at personalizing and simplifying health...

UHart, UConn collab on insurtech courses

Matt Pilon |

Hartford has recently upped its efforts at becoming a hub for insurance technology, and now two of the city's colleges are working together to craft undergraduate and graduate insurtech curricula.

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