Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is telling representatives of the insurance industry they have “a partner” in Connecticut.
Connecticut Light and Power says it will seek a 5.9 percent rate increase from state regulators as it works to replace aging infrastructure and improve reliability.
Connecticut-based Sikorsky Aircraft, which has built the Presidential “Marine One” for the U.S. Navy since the 1950s has been chosen to build the next fleet of presidential helicopters.
Rockville Bank has completed its merger with United Bank and will lose the name it has used for 156-years.
The Connecticut Senate has given final legislative approval to a deal allowing United Technologies Corp. to use up to $400 million in unused tax credits, so long as UTC makes up to $500 million in upgrades and expansions and hires more workers.
A labor union for 2,200 workers at submarine maker Electric Boat has agreed to a new, five-year contract that includes annual pay raises of 3 percent or more.
Aetna’s first-quarter net income soared 36 percent, fueled by gains from a multi-billion-dollar acquisition, and the health insurer hiked its 2014 earnings forecast above Wall Street estimates.
An Ovation guitar factory in the western Connecticut hills that has produced instruments for music legends from Paul Simon to Cat Stevens to Glen Campbell will be closing after 47 years.
A Massachusetts-based not-for-profit health plan is moving into Connecticut this summer.
United Technologies Corp. reported Tuesday its first-quarter profit dropped 4 percent as slightly higher revenue was offset by restructuring costs, asset sales and currency exchange rates.
Fire destroyed the nineteenth century Bevin Brothers bell manufacturing plant in East Hampton.