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  • Wyman Says: SustiNet is dead... Dead I tell you... DEAD!

    Think Charles Dickens’ The Christmas Carol; “Marley was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner…You will...
  • Employers Open Doors To Children While Power Outage Closes Schools

    Children folded paper into origami frogs, twisted green and yellow tissue paper into flowers, danced on a nearby stage and donned cowboy hats and tiaras during acting lessons by employees of Hartford Stage. This is no after-school program or day care....
  • Hartford Mired In Office Vacancies While Other Cities Make Gains

    Hartford Mired In Office Vacancies While Other Cities Make Gains
    Downtowns in Providence, Springfield and other New England cities gained traction last year in their assault on office vacancies left over from the recession, as employers cautiously began leasing space in greater numbers. But downtown Hartford is still...
  • $5.6B deal positions Aetna for changing health care market

    $5.6B deal positions Aetna for changing health care market
    Aetna's plans announced Monday to acquire Coventry Health Care Inc. for $5.6 billion could catapult the insurance giant to the front of an industry race to capitalize on Obamacare and the health needs of aging baby boomers. The deal, subject to...
  • Free counseling in wake of Perry Hall High Shooting

    Cigna's behavioral health unit is offering free telephone counseling to Baltimore County residents in wake of the school shooting at Perry Hall High on Monday. The counseling is for those having a hard time coping with the shooting and will be offered...
  • A Building Products Company Joins State's First Five Program

    A Building Products Company Joins State's First Five Program
    A new international construction technology and materials firm will bring 408 jobs to the state, filling a North Haven building emptied when a Canadian printing company closed operations in 2008. Sustainable Building Solutions, introduced Wednesday by...
  • Deloitte To Expand In Stamford As Latest Addition To State's First Five Program

    Deloitte To Expand In Stamford As Latest Addition To State's First Five Program
    — Deloitte, a giant international accounting, consulting and financial advising firm, will receive between $9 million and $14.5 million in state tax dollars to expand its workforce in Connecticut over the next 61/2 years, the governor announced...
  • State Seeks Captive Insurers; Boasts New Rules, Tax Credit, Knowledgeable Labor Market Jobs

    Connecticut wants to attract captive insurance companies, hoping the state's unrivaled labor market of people in the industry will work to its advantage -- along with a tax credit.     In October, the state legislature refined regulations and approved a...
  • World's Largest Hedge Fund To Get Up To $115M In State Assistance

    World's Largest Hedge Fund To Get Up To $115M In State Assistance
    The world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates of Westport, announced an ambitious expansion plan Wednesday that includes building a new headquarters and nearly doubling its staff in the next decade, all with generous state help — up to $115...
  • Howard Hughes Corp. buys former Ryland Group headquarters in Columbia

    Howard Hughes Corp. buys former Ryland Group headquarters in Columbia
    As a further sign of its investment in the revitalization of Columbia's town center, the Howard Hughes Corp. last week acquired the former Ryland Group headquarters, a nine-story office building next to The Mall in Columbia and close to land where...
  • The doctor's in-box

    The doctor's in-box
    The doctor-patient relationship is moving online. With 68% of American adults now using the Internet to search for healthcare information, it's no surprise that many also want digital access to their doctor. Whether they have that option will depend...