CT regulator OKs CVS-Aetna deal

CVS Health's proposed $69 billion acquisition of Hartford-based Aetna has taken another step towards the finish line, as the Connecticut Insurance Department approved the deal.

Central CT hospitals dissolve urology joint venture

A urology services joint venture owned by three major hospitals is dissolving, according to a recent filing with state regulators.

DPH: High school students' vape use at 14.7%

More high school students are using electronic nicotine devices known as vapes than ever before, according to the state Department of Public Health (DPH).

Wheeler Clinic notches $4.3M in grants

Wheeler Clinic says it recently won three federal grants worth over $4.3 million to support several healthcare initiatives at their locations in Hartford, New Britain and Plainville.

UConn athletics extends IMG partnership in $93M deal

UConn announced Wednesday it inked a 15-year extension worth up to $93 million for IMG to continue as its exclusive multimedia partner through 2033.

House Speaker Aresimowicz launches tourism blue ribbon panel

House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz (D-Berlin) launched a new panel Tuesday aimed at boosting Connecticut's $14.7 billion tourism industry.

Windsor’s Konica Minolta to lay off another 219

Business-equipment vendor Konica Minolta, which is closing its two Windsor locations, says it will lay off another 219 workers in December, according to a Department of Labor filing.

Downtown Hartford developer Marc Levine dies

Marc S. Levine, whose redevelopment of several downtown Hartford commercial buildings paved the way to more people calling the center city home, died Tuesday, according to his online obituary in the Hartford Courant. He was...

CT Convention & Sports Bureau president Phelps to retire

H. Scott Phelps, president of the Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau (CTCSB), on Tuesday announced he will retire at year-end after leading the organization that helps market dozens of statewide venues since 2014.

GE is a confusing maze. Will the new boss cut the complexity?

The sharp decline of General Electric was masked by complexity that concealed the decay at the 126-year-old company.