Steve Abrams, partner in Max Restaurant Group.

Downtown Hartford restaurateurs invest in renovations, eateries to compete

Max Restaurant Group shuttered its flagship property, Max Downtown, this summer for a $1.5 million facelift aimed at modernizing Max's look, broadening its customer demographic and competing with...

ProHealth Physicians Chief Medical Officer Dr. Richard Guerriere said his doctor group has taken a pledge to reduce the number of opioids it prescribes patients.

Insurers, doctors work to curb opioid prescriptions

Health insurers are wielding their significant influence and claims data to address the nation's opioid crisis and are making headway in a key battlefront: encouraging doctors to prescribe fewer...

Loss of landline customers gives Frontier early headaches in CT

Frontier Communications spent $2 billion in 2014 to purchase AT&T's Connecticut wireline business, hoping to stem a longtime cord-cutting trend and gain customers in the competitive internet and...

This week's focus

Ad campaign seeks to rebrand Hartford Club

Q&A talks with Tony Cashman, president and CEO of Glastonbury integrated communications firm Cashman + Katz, about the Hartford Club's ongoing ad campaign and other industry trends.

Hearst bets big on Connecticut's media industry

When pressed about the benefits that will be brought to bear by Hearst's recent purchase of three Connecticut dailies, a magazine and eight weeklies, Hearst Newspapers President Mark Aldam had a...

Q&As from recent editions
Executive Profile

Maier ending well-composed ad career

Bill Maier is still getting used to letting go of the Farmington advertising agency that bears his name — after all, it was his life for 46 years.


Q&A with UConn's Mark Overmyer-Velázquez

The director of UConn's new campus that opened in downtown Hartford Aug. 28 is a professor and musician — and he knows what it takes to help conduct an educational enterprise as an elected...

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