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  • Preserve Wallace Stevens' Hartford Home

    Preserve Wallace Stevens' Hartford Home
    'The house was quiet and the world was calm …" Or so said Wallace Stevens. Clearly the world is anything but calm. And yet the house, it's true, is quiet: Stevens' home at 118 Westerly Terrace in the Hartford's West End will soon go on the...
  • Should Hartford Buy Wallace Stevens' House?

    Hartford has to love Wallace Stevens. He was an internationally acclaimed poet who was also the vice president of a local insurance company. He would walk from his home at 118 Westerly Terrace in the West End to the offices of the Hartford Financial...
  • The Hartford Plans To Move 700 Workers From Simsbury To Hartford

    The Hartford Plans To Move 700 Workers From Simsbury To  Hartford
    HARTFORD — The Hartford plans to relocate 700 workers from its Simsbury offices to its headquarters on Hartford's Asylum Hill in a deal that has been in the works for months. The Hartford Financial Services Group made the announcement Wednesday....
  • Travelers Estimates $650 Million In Sandy Losses, After Tax, Reinsurance

     Travelers Estimates $650 Million In Sandy Losses, After Tax, Reinsurance
    Hurricane Sandy is estimated to cost The Travelers Cos. $650 million after the company accounts for tax and reinsurance. Reinsurance is insurance for insurers, covering insured costs if the dollar amount reaches a certain level. Before tax and...
  • Stocks rally as consumers spend freely

     
    The stock market is rallying today thanks to U.S. consumers. The Dow Jones industrial average rose more than 200 points as better-than-expected consumer spending raised hopes that the U.S. economy isn’t about to slide into a new recession....
  • The Hartford Will Break Apart, Raising Questions About Jobs

    The Hartford Will Break Apart, Raising Questions About Jobs
    Connecticut's largest employer in the insurance industry, The Hartford, is breaking apart. The Asylum Hill company that dates to 1810 enjoyed relative calm from the time it was spun off by ITT Corp. in 1995 to its near collapse in 2008, a period when...
  • Hartford Ceo Ayer To Retire By End Of Year

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Hartford Financial Services Group's Chairman and Chief Executive Ramani Ayer is retiring by the end of the year. The 62-year-old Ayer has been with the company for 36 years, 12 years of them as CEO. In 2008, Ayer received...
  • Kirk: Kennedy ally, champion, 'caretaker'

     
    by Mark Silva The newest, but only temporary, member of the U.S. Senate will be sworn in this afternoon. Vice President Joe Biden, a longtime friend of the late Sen. Edward M. Kenmedy and former colleague, will preside over the......
  • Thousands of small banks still waiting for rescue program

    The Treasury Department has come under fire from members of Congress for not ensuring that the capital injections lead to more lending. The ICBA also argues that healthy smaller banks are more likely to use government money to make loans than are big...
  • Hartford

    Hartford
    ORIGINS: Settled in 1633 as a Dutch trading post called House of Hope. Founded in 1635 by a group of settlers from Massachusetts led by the Rev. Thomas Hooker. NAME: Originally called Newtown, it was named Hartford in 1637 after Hertford, England. DID...