Matt Pilon

News Editor
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Matt Pilon is news editor of the Hartford Business Journal. His core beats include health care and energy. Matt also oversees the HBJ's statewide energy quarterly, Connecticut Green Guide magazine. He has been with HBJ since 2013. Prior to that, he spent several years with HBJ's sister publication Worcester Business Journal. He has also previously reported for the Daily Hampshire Gazette in Massachusetts.

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Hartford, state aim to build bridges with Israel's tech economy

Nearly two dozen Israeli startup executives and government officials, fresh off visits to New York and Philadelphia, made one last stop on their East...

Trash/recycling plant to provide $1M to Hartford

The recently enacted state budget, which provides a restructuring lifeline to the city of Hartford, also requires a recycling and trash-to-energy...

OHCA OKs $73M Hartford HealthCare deal

Hartford HealthCare on Wednesday received the green light from the state Office of Health Care Access to affiliate with Torrington's Charlotte...

DECD to tighten incentive deal oversight for out-of-state companies

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...

Low-income health insurance funding could run dry

Federal funds that help provide health insurance to Connecticut children and pregnant women in low-to-moderate-income families who don't qualify for...

MakerspaceCT hones in on potential home

The founders of a fledgling makerspace organization said they are close to announcing a new Hartford home on Main Street.

Hartford startup Ten Digit targets call-center market

Few people enjoy calling customer service, which can often involve getting put on hold and passed around to different departments.

Worker's comp rates to drop 14%

Worker's compensation insurance rates will be 14 percent lower starting Jan. 1, the Connecticut Insurance Department announced.

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