Author: Greg Bordonaro

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Ahead of the first meeting of a newly formed commission on fiscal stability and economic growth, the group's co-chair – outgoing Webster Bank CEO and... [Read More]
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MetroHartford Alliance investor relations executive Nancy Wheeler has been named interim CEO of MetroHartford Alliance as of Jan. 1. [Read More]
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Oz Griebel, who's been a stalwart in the Greater Hartford business community for years as CEO of the MetroHartford Alliance, will run for governor in... [Read More]
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After a month and a half of acrimonious contract negotiations that led to calls for possible legislative intervention, Hartford HealthCare and Anthem announced a new... [Read More]
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The former top executive of a now defunct Connecticut insurance company has found a new home leading an association that represents the state's community health... [Read More]
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The state's economic development agency said it has made changes to the way it vets out-of-state businesses that seek economic incentives, following a deal in... [Read More]
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Last February, state officials hailed the impending move of a New York City-based medical technology investment firm to a distressed Hartford corridor, where the company... [Read More]
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In a letter to donors and alumni, UConn President Susan Herbst Thursday warned of an impending hiring freeze, a delay in major construction projects and... [Read More]
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The state's top business lobby said Thursday the bipartisan $41.3 billion budget approved by the Senate is a good first step to fixing Connecticut's long-term... [Read More]
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Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc., one of the state's largest bioscience companies that announced earlier this year it was moving its headquarters to Boston, said Thursday it... [Read More]
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Hartford's XL Center got mixed treatment in the bipartisan budget overwhelmingly passed by the state Senate early Thursday. [Read More]
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The city of Hartford Monday fired Centerplan, the original developer of Dunkin' Donuts Park, from the planned development around the minor league baseball stadium. [Read More]
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The Connecticut Insurance Department reduced about half of health insurers' rate requests for 2018 health plans next year, according to figures today from the department. [Read More]
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Former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez was spared a prison sentence as he pleaded guilty Thursday to bribe receiving and first-degree larceny by extortion, according to... [Read More]
The number of workplace injuries and illnesses in Connecticut fell by 9 percent in 2015, the latest data available, to 17.1 illnesses per 10,000 workers... [Read More]
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UConn school officials, city and state leaders and others gathered Wednesday morning at the steps of the Hartford Times building to commemorate the long-awaited opening... [Read More]
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Foxwoods Resort Casino on Monday announced its latest push into "ecotourism," by unveiling two new thrill rides on its resort-campus in Mashantucket. [Read More]
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Hartford's Smith Edwards McCoy Architects said it is joining Farmington-based Quisenberry Arcari Architects. [Read More]
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The top boss at Farmington-based Otis Elevator has resigned to take a new job in Europe, the company announced. [Read More]
The Hartford said Thursday it lost $40 million in the second quarter, driven by a charge the company took for transferring more than a quarter... [Read More]
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