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Women's Health President Bernstein helps doctors keep focus on patients

Patricia Daddona Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Last April, Nancy Bernstein, president and chief operating officer of Avon-based Women's Health USA, led the company to complete a partnership with Women's Health Texas, and the association is...

This Ala. city mirrors Hartford's redevelopment ambitions

Gregory Seay |

Hartford isn't the only U.S. city that has bet big on a minor-league baseball stadium to spur redevelopment.

Amid hospital-tax debate, frustrated CEO defends his and other healthcare executives' pay

Matt Pilon |

It's not often you'll find well-paid executives comfortable talking about how much they make. Bristol Hospital CEO Kurt Barwis, who's earned upwards of $1 million in annual wages and benefits in...

Committee advances health insurance 'public option' bill

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut small businesses would be able to join the state's health insurance plan, under a piece of legislation that just received a favorable committee vote.

Cigna, Anthem, await multi-billion-dollar decision after bitter court fight

ANA RADELAT | CT Mirror |

Cigna and Anthem have battled for nearly two years, each seeking billions of dollars in damages in a bitter breakup after a failed merger. Now a chancery court judge in Delaware is about to decide...

Walgreens and CVS are 2019's stock market losers

CNN BUSINESS |

This has been a brutal year for the big drug store companies.

CT Convention Center scores first state-sanctioned MMA bouts

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's first state-sanctioned pro mixed martial arts (MMA) event is coming to downtown Hartford later this month.

Lamont: ‘As a small-business person…’

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT Mirror |

Gov. Ned Lamont stressed his small-business background Friday in pushing back at a proposal by labor Democrats to require payment of the minimum wage to trainees and then offering support for the...

Audit identifies 77 ineligible dependents on city’s health plan

Joe Cooper |

An audit of the city of Hartford's healthcare program found 77 employee dependents that were not eligible to use its medical benefits package.

Connecticut legislators unveil public option for health insurance

JENNA CARLESSO and KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT Mirror |

Connecticut lawmakers are joining other states that have unveiled proposals to expand government-run health coverage, with plans to extend state health benefits to small businesses and nonprofits,...

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