On an exclusive Connecticut peninsula, where signs warn outsiders to stay off private roads, eight multimillion-dollar homes with sprawling yards along Long Island Sound are poised to become eligible for taxpayer-funded disaster aid.
Title professionals say their top challenge is too many responsibilities with not enough time to perform those responsibilities, according to a new report.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says proposed health insurance rate increases in Connecticut are unaffordable.
The University of New Haven received a $4 million National Science Foundation grant to create Connecticut’s first CyberCorps Scholarship for Service program.
Insurity Inc., one of the leading software platforms for the property and casualty insurance industry, announced it is being acquired for an undisclosed sum by private investment firm GI Partners, a middle-market alternative asset manager.
A Pennsylvania-based insurer was recently fined $152,000 for breaches of Connecticut insurance laws.
The entity overseeing distribution of state funds to help Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations has ceased authorizing new foundation construction work until it receives a payment from the state Department of Housing.
Covr Financial Technologies, an insurtech firm in the life insurance space, has opened its corporate office in the NassauRe building in downtown Hartford.
A Shelton insurance agency is joining a Bangor, Maine-based independent insurance provider.
Illinois-based Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has scooped up a Connecticut insurance firm.
Connecticut still has one of the highest property tax rates in the country, according to a new study.
Roughly half the nation’s business economists say they think the U.S. economy will slip into recession by the end of next year, and three-fourths envision such a downturn beginning by the end of 2021.
Gov. Ned Lamont today announced Friday he is nominating Andrew N. Mais of Wilton to serve as commissioner of the Connecticut Insurance Department.
A Hartford reinsurance company is launching a new insurtech incubator in the city.
The Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. on Monday reported fourth-quarter net income of $196 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier.
Passing paid family and medical leave legislation tops the list of Connecticut Democrats’ list of priorities for 2019.
The captive insurance company set up by the state to help homeowners with concrete foundations contaminated by a mineral that causes them to crumble will start paying claims out this week.
The Connecticut Insurance Department says it recovered nearly $8 million for policyholders and taxpayers in 2018 by helping individuals, families and employers with their claims and complaints.
Two Connecticut insurance companies will provide supplemental financial assistance to current and former policyholders who file claims and receive awards to remediate their crumbling concrete foundations.
As Gov.-elect Ned Lamont prepares to take office on Wednesday, business groups are looking to the new administration for policies that improve Connecticut’s competitive climate.