Two decades after experiencing a nearly total loss in Hurricane Andrew, journalist Al Sunshine shares his personal experience and veteran advice to those recovering in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Aetna Inc.’s third-quarter earnings rose 2 percent as lower-than-expected health care use and revenue gains helped the insurer trump Wall Street expectations.
Authorities have arrested a New Jersey man for the third time in four weeks on charges of bilking investors of more than $300,000.
An insurance company says it should not have to pay claims stemming from a Christmas morning fire in Stamford that killed five people because a contractor renovating the house misrepresented the type and scope of work he did.
Connecticut’s falling unemployment rate is having the unintended consequence of leaving many out of work with fewer unemployment benefits.
Health insurer Aetna Inc.’s fourth-quarter net income jumped 73 percent, as it continued to benefit from low use of health care and some key expenses fell.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget director wants Connecticut’s comptroller to delay plans to open up the state’s health insurance program next month to municipal workers.
State lawmakers want to learn more about how the insurance industry responded to the two recent storms to hit Connecticut – the remnants of Hurricane Irene and the October nor’easter.
Aetna says its first-quarter profit rose 4 percent as claims left over from the previous quarter came in lower than the health insurer expected. But it says revenue and enrollment dropped.
Hartford’s city council has voted to begin eminent domain proceedings against the owner of the abandoned Capitol West building.