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

CT employers, individuals to face higher health insurance rates in 2018

The Connecticut Insurance Department reduced about half of health insurers' rate requests for 2018 health plans next year, according to figures today...

Perez pleads guilty in bribery case

Former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez was spared a prison sentence as he pleaded guilty Thursday to bribe receiving and first-degree larceny by...

CT occupational illnesses fell 9% in 2015

The number of workplace injuries and illnesses in Connecticut fell by 9 percent in 2015, the latest data available, to 17.1 illnesses per 10,000...

Hartford welcomes UConn back downtown

UConn school officials, city and state leaders and others gathered Wednesday morning at the steps of the Hartford Times building to commemorate the...

Foxwoods unveils new thrill rides to broaden its appeal

Foxwoods Resort Casino on Monday announced its latest push into “ecotourism,” by unveiling two new thrill rides on its resort-campus in...

Hartford area architecture firms announce merger

Hartford's Smith Edwards McCoy Architects said it is joining Farmington-based Quisenberry Arcari Architects.

Otis Elevator President Delpech quits

The top boss at Farmington-based Otis Elevator has resigned to take a new job in Europe, the company announced.

The Hartford posts 2Q loss on pension deal

The Hartford said Thursday it lost $40 million in the second quarter, driven by a charge the company took for transferring more than a quarter of its...

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