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When state regulators approved Connecticut’s two most recent hospital mergers and acquisitions, both deals came with major strings attached.
Two Connecticut students are among thousands sharing in a multi-state, $168 million settlement involving abusive college-loan practices at failed for-profit educator ITT Technical Institute, authorities say.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced Friday Elin Swanson Katz, Connecticut’s consumer counsel since 2011, is leaving her post to pursue a technology-development opportunity, effective July 5.
Hecheng Chen has a plan.
“Don’t fall into the trap of thinking like a customer. If you do, you’re done!” This warning has been pounded into the heads of salespeople — and it will follow them until their last day on the job.
“First, do no harm.” It’s the famed Hippocratic Oath that medical students know well as they pursue a career in medicine. But just about everyone else knows what it means as well, including elected officials.
“The Ultimate Start-Up Guide: Marketing Lessons, War Stories and Hard-Won Advice … ” by Tom Hogan and Carol Broadbent (Career Press, $16.99).
College-bound low-income Connecticut graduates in 2020 will have access to additional scholarships under a partnership between the state and the College Board.
The state’s community colleges will have to cut their budgets by a collective $12.5 million next year under a $1.29 billion budget endorsed Thursday by the Board of Regent’s finance committee.
When Paul Holzer moved from a middle-class school district to a wealthy one in high school, he was struck by how closely linked achievement appeared to be with opportunity, and the power teachers have in fostering growth.
Connecticut manufacturers came away from the recently ended legislative session with mixed results. But they did notch two wins, including one that will make it easier for them to recruit young talent and the appointment of a cabinet-level ombudsman for their sector.
German machine-tool maker Trumpf Inc., which has extensive operations in Farmington, leased 141,000 square feet of industrial space in Newington. Landlord Vernel Company L.P., of Redding, leased space in the 183,000-square-foot edifice built in 1960 at 81-85 Alumni Road, Hartford broker Colliers International said.
Q&A talks with Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve Cannabis Corp., a Florida-based cannabis company.
There’s a revolution going on in health care these days. No, we’re not talking about the mega mergers like CVS and Aetna, or the recently announced “Haven,” the joint venture between Amazon, J.P. Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway.
Cromwell financial-technology firm Payveris LLC says it’s raised $7 million in venture funding to accelerate development of its cloud-based software and client acquisition.
The tribal operators of Mohegan Sun have officially taken over operations of two casinos and an entertainment complex currently under development in Canada.
United Technologies Corporation took the lead Wednesday in rebutting suggestions that its post-merger headquarters move to Massachusetts reflected poorly on Connecticut. So it wasn’t exactly damage control that brought Gov. Ned Lamont and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz to Augie & Ray’s.
The largest association of cities and towns in the state says the recently concluded legislative session was a net positive for its municipal members.
A New York-based physical therapy provider has entered the Connecticut market after acquiring two local practices and their seven locations.
Connecticut continues to be lauded for its healthcare strengths. A report released Wednesday by the Commonwealth Fund, a healthcare foundation and think tank, ranked Connecticut fifth in the nation for state health system performance among all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
The new commissioner of the state’s Department of Energy & Environmental Protection hopes to streamline application processes for environmental permits for commercial construction projects in Connecticut.
Target will employ nearly 100 workers when the discount chain debuts in late summer its first Connecticut new-format store in West Hartford’s Bishops Corner retail corridor.
Connecticut is not the only one worried about United Technologies Corp.’s proposed megamerger with Massachusetts-based Raytheon Co.
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