Greg Bordonaro

Editor
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Greg Bordonaro is the editor of the Hartford Business Journal. He joined the editorial team in May 2008 after graduating from the University of Connecticut with a degree in journalism and history. Greg has been recognized for his writing and reporting by the Alliance of Area Business Publications as well as the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists. He lives in West Hartford and is enrolled in the University of Hartford’s part-time MBA program.

Bylines

Two CEOs shaping CT economic policy say state's future at stake

Last spring, Bob Patricelli, the serial entrepreneur who recently sold his physician practice management firm Women's Health USA Inc., was facing...

Malloy: CVS to keep Aetna's HQs in Hartford

CVS Health, which announced in December it was acquiring Aetna for $69 billion, said Friday that it will keep the health insurer's headquarters in...

The Hartford CEO: More work needed before insurers make good on $50M pledge

The CEO and Chairman of The Hartford said Friday that his company and two other Hartford insurers are still committed to investing $50 million in the...

HBJ's No. 4 top story of 2017: XL Center's future

Hartford's XL Center got mixed treatment in the bipartisan budget overwhelmingly passed by the state Senate early Thursday.

HBJ's No. 10 top story of 2017: CliniFlow

Last February, state officials hailed the impending move of a New York City-based medical technology investment firm to a distressed Hartford...

In reaction to Brexit, Travelers Cos. creates new Ireland subsidiary

Insurer Travelers Cos., which has major Hartford operations, said Tuesday that its European arm will create a new subsidiary based in Ireland, a move...

MetroHartford Alliance's Wheeler named interim CEO

MetroHartford Alliance investor relations executive Nancy Wheeler has been named interim CEO of MetroHartford Alliance as of Jan. 1.

Webster Bank's Jim Smith: Biz community must speak with 'united voice'

Ahead of the first meeting of a newly formed commission on fiscal stability and economic growth, the group's co-chair – outgoing Webster Bank...

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