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  • Play's still the thing as Mattel tries to inject joy back into toy making

    Play's still the thing as Mattel tries to inject joy back into toy making
    The Hot Wheels photos on a wall at Mattel's design center are riddled with post-it notes: "Cool idea," one says. "Like it," goes a second, "but it's missing something." And another, more bluntly: "Boring." There's little mincing of words by Richard...
  • Diageo bottling plant closing marks end of an era

    Sometime next month, more than 80 years of alcohol production and distribution history will reach what could be its final chapter when Diageo shuts down bottling operations at its Relay site. With last month's news that the bottling of spirits will no...
  • Health Insurance Consolidation Raises Specter Of Layoffs

    Health Insurance Consolidation Raises Specter Of Layoffs
    The possibility of one or more mergers among health insurers such as Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Humana and UnitedHealthcare has people wondering about the L word. Layoffs. Will they happen in Greater Hartford? Would it be better if a Connecticut-based...
  • Layoffs announced at Porter Health Care

    Porter Health Care System has cut approximately 70 staff members for greater efficiency because of new technology and to reduce overlapping job responsibilities. The positions are primarily administrative, support and clerical, as well as some technical...
  • Lawrence + Memorial In Talks With Yale New Haven To Affiliate

    Lawrence + Memorial In Talks With Yale New Haven To Affiliate
    Lawrence + Memorial Hospital is in talks with the Yale New Haven Health System for an affiliation that would keep the New London hospital as a separate operation under the Yale umbrella, the L+M CEO told employees Friday. Bruce Cummings took the...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Need reason to pay by phone? Apple, Google add new features The tech industry has been saying for years that smartphones would make traditional wallets obsolete. But most people still use cash or plastic when they shop in stores. That could...
  • Hartford HealthCare to cut 335 jobs affecting 418 workers

    Cuts in Medicaid spending are forcing Hartford HealthCare to eliminate 335 positions affecting 418 employees, the company told staff members Wednesday. Jeffrey A. Flaks, executive vice president and chief operating officer, said additional state Medicaid...
  • Uber worker ruling highlights the legal troubles of a 'sharing economy'

    Uber worker ruling highlights the legal troubles of a 'sharing economy'
    The Uber business model is pretty simple: People use the ride-hailing app to find a driver to take them where they want to go for a price. But is that driver an Uber employee or an independent contractor? Now, the California Labor Commissioner's...
  • Budget cuts prompt layoffs at Johns Hopkins University

    Budget cuts prompt layoffs at Johns Hopkins University
    Citing lower income from federal grants, Johns Hopkins University quietly laid off 41 administrative staff late last week, according to an item on The Hub, a Hopkins news website. Another 13 staff members were told that their jobs would be reorganized,...
  • City Council wants greater oversight of school spending

    City Council wants greater oversight of school spending
    As the City Council approved the mayor's $2.5 billion operating budget Monday, members called for greater oversight of the Baltimore school system's spending. City Councilwoman Helen Holton, chair of the budget committee, said she wants schools CEO...
  • Social service advocates fear new Connecticut budget cuts

    Groups that provide behavioral health and development disability services, as well as the clients and their families, voiced concern Tuesday that cuts to community-based programs could be revisited to help scale back business tax increases criticized by...