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  • The Hartford's Earnings Fall Short Of Analysts' Expectations

    The Hartford Financial Services Group on Wednesday reported second-quarter earnings that fell short of analysts' expectations. The company's net loss for the quarter was $467 million, or $1.00 per diluted share, compared with a net loss of $190 million,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Annual Labor Day Concert Set For Sept. 1

    The Hartford Pops Band will perform a free musical program for all ages at the twenty-third annual Labor Day Weekend Concert in West Hartford on Sept. 1 from 5-7 p.m. on the grounds of the Town Hall at 50 South Main St. Concert-goers are asked to bring...
  • The Hartford Closes On Japan Annuity Business, Says Large Dividends Could Follow

    The Hartford Financial Services Group said Tuesday it has closed its sale of the company's Japan annuity business to Orix Life Insurance Corp., which could mean larger dividends for The Hartford's shareholders in the future. The sale results in a $1.4...
  • The Hartford To Sell Its U.K. Variable Annuity Business For $285 Million

    The Hartford said Thursday that it has an agreement to sell a small sliver of its variable annuity business — the part in the United Kingdom — for $285 million to a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. This is part of a plan by The Hartford...
  • The Hartford Reorganizes Mutual Funds Business As Part Of Transformation

    As a small maneuver in a major transformation at The Hartford, the property-casualty insurer is reorganizing its Mutual Funds business. Some support services for the Mutual Funds unit will be moved from Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Co. to...
  • 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...
  • Dodgers still fighting over Paul Shuey's salary

     
    There might be no greater evidence of Frank McCourt's litigious stewardship of the Dodgers than this: Paul Shuey has not thrown a pitch for the Dodgers in eight years, and the team still is fighting with an insurance company about......