Hackers may have had access to the names, social security numbers, and other information for up to 80 million Anthem customers since December 10th.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen became ill briefly during a news conference with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in Washington, D.C.
As of today, Northeast Utilities is becoming Eversource Energy.
– A Wisconsin truck driver was killed Wednesday afternoon in an accident at Stanley Access Technologies on Route 6.
United Technologies Corp. on Monday reported fourth-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street expectations but trimmed its forecast for 2015 citing the impact of the strong dollar and pension costs.
United Technologies Corp. has brought its former president of jet engine subsidiary Pratt & Whitney out of retirement and appointed him to a new aerospace business position.
Connecticut’s largest business organization is urging the legislature and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to balance the state budget without tax increases or borrowing and upgrade the state’s roads, highways, rails, and bridges by restricting the Special Transportation Fund to transportation projects.
Jeffrey Geiger, the president of U.S. Navy contractor Electric Boat says it has been difficult to find people with basic science, math and mechanical skills to hire — and says there will be thousands of jobs available in the coming years.
Hartford-based Aetna has announced it is raising the hourly rate it pays its lowest-paid workers.
Two Connecticut movie theaters, in Hartford and Waterbury, are among those screening the film “The Interview” after Sony Pictures Entertainment went ahead with its release.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.