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  • Key NCAA question: Will No. 4 seeds storm the Final Four?

    How we know that this NCAA tournament isn't like any other NCAA tournament: According to Las Vegas oddsmakers, the second- and third-favorite teams are Michigan State and Louisville, who aren't No. 1 seeds. Or No. 2, or even No. 3. They're No. 4 seeds....
  • China unveils pilot rules, paves way for firms to issue preferred shares for first time

    SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's securities regulator on Friday issued rules for a pilot programme allowing listed companies to issue preferred shares, paving the way for the long-awaited scheme to be launched soon in what the regulator called a major...
  • Regulators Halt 'Enhanced Tree Trimming' Until Review Is Completed

    Regulators Halt 'Enhanced Tree Trimming' Until Review Is Completed
    The aggressive utility tree trimming that has begun in towns across the state has been put on hold by regulators until they complete their ongoing investigation of the practice. "We need a time out to balance competing needs," Arthur H. House, chairman...
  • Eight teams in the NCAA tourney, four more earn invites tonight

    Eight teams in the NCAA tourney, four more earn invites tonight
    Three more automatic berths to the NCAA tournament were awarded on Monday night with Delaware, Manhattan and Wofford getting tickets to the Big Dance. Delaware rallied to beat William & Mary 75-74 to win the Colonial Athletic Conference giving the...
  • No Matter Where They Play, The Huskies Will Be Tough To Beat

    No Matter Where They Play, The Huskies Will Be Tough To Beat
    UNCASVILLE — Greatness has no boundaries. Greatness needs no favors. As the UConn women pulled further and further away from an over-matched No. 3 Louisville women's basketball team on Monday night at Mohegan Sun Arena it grew more and more...
  • Nuclear plant safety improves despite lapses, watchdog group says

    U.S. commercial nuclear power plants had 10 serious incidents in 2013 that could have resulted in damage to nuclear reactors, but the industry's overall safety record improved, the Union of Concerned Scientists said Friday. The Washington-based watchdog...
  • Yale-New Haven, Tenet Sign Partnership Deal

    Yale-New Haven Health Systems and Tenet Healthcare Corp. announced Thursday that they have officially formed a partnership. Last year, Tenet, a for-profit corporation based in Dallas, and Yale-New Haven signed a letter of intent to form a partnership....
  • Natural gas is bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. [Commentary]

    Natural gas is bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. [Commentary]
    Maryland Congressman Steny Hoyer has tirelessly promoted his "Make It in America" campaign, an initiative to advance policies to help the country regain its role as a leading global manufacturer. For too long, we have seen American businesses relocate...
  • $49M Cut From CL&P's $414M Request For Storm Costs

    $49M Cut From CL&P's $414M Request For Storm Costs
    Regulators on Monday cut nearly $50 million from Connecticut Light & Power's request to recoup $414 million it paid during five major storms, according to a draft decision released late Monday. But of the many reasons to reduce costs, regulators passed...
  • Loss To No. 7 Cincinnati Might Not Be Too Damaging To UConn

    Loss To No. 7 Cincinnati Might Not Be Too Damaging To UConn
    ORLANDO, Fla. — The Huskies left the cold and the snow behind in Cincinnati and, with their margin for error dwindling, needed to leave the disappointment of their loss to the Bearcats back there, too. UConn's chances of catching Cincinnati in...
  • State report: Boxing regulators ran dysfunctional agency

    State report: Boxing regulators ran dysfunctional agency
    As the top public officials in Illinois boxing, Ron Puccillo and Joel Campuzano were charged with making sure the state's professional fighters played by the rules. But a state investigation reveals that the two operated more like the owners of a...