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CT insurance commissioner to depart

Matt Pilon |

Insurance Department Commissioner Katharine Wade will depart her role on Dec. 19, three weeks ahead of the inauguration of Gov.-elect Ned Lamont, officials announced Friday.

The Hartford underwrites political risks in emerging markets

Matt Pilon |

The Hartford Financial Services Co. said it's launched new products that cover various credit and political risks for companies operating in emerging markets.

Comptroller issues pharmacy benefits RFP aimed at increasing transparency

Will Healey | Journal Inquirer |

The state comptroller’s office has issued a request for proposals for a new state pharmacy benefits agreement that aims to increase transparency and eliminate “hidden wealth...

Big insurers see opportunities, risks with AI, related tech

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut's insurance industry sees major opportunities and risks with artificial intelligence and other developing technologies.

Infosys bows Goodwin offices, pledges new digital era for CT

Matt Pilon |

Targeting the region's dense healthcare, insurance and manufacturing clusters, Infosys on Wednesday publicly unveiled its new downtown Hartford offices, with one of the India-based tech giant's top...

Federal judge asks CVS, Aetna to justify $69B combination

Joe Cooper |

A federal judge tasked with approving the U.S. Justice department's agreement to allow CVS Health to buyout Hartford-based Aetna for $69 billion has asked the companies to justify their combination.

Simsbury life-policy fraudster gets 30 months in prison

Gregory Seay |

A Simsbury man convicted of scamming the elderly on life insurance will spend 30 months in federal prison for his theft, prosecutors say.

Ratings agency assigns 'A' rating to Aetna's credit outlook

Joe Cooper |

Hartford health insurer Aetna has a strong long-term credit outlook in the wake of being acquired by CVS Health last week for $69 billion, a New Jersey credit rating agency said.

The Hartford acquires 'sharing economy' startup

Matt Pilon |

The Hartford Financial Services Group on Monday announced it has acquired a Unionville-based startup that helps insurers price policies for the “sharing and on-demand economy,” targeting...

Benchmark Senior Living

Even though Benchmark Senior Living runs 56 senior-living communities across seven states, its employee wellness program is personalized to meet individual needs.

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